- By Shoko Hidaka

Blue Morning, Vol. 2

  • Title: Blue Morning, Vol. 2
  • Author: Shoko Hidaka
  • ISBN: 9781421555539
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • Blue Morning Vol I will serve you my entire life In exchange you bring the Kuze family the rank of count or higher The young viscount Akihito agrees to this condition laid out by his butler Katsuragi who is thus for

    I will serve you my entire life In exchange, you bring the Kuze family the rank of count or higher The young viscount Akihito agrees to this condition laid out by his butler Katsuragi, who is thus forced into his arms But no matter how deep their affair goes, Katsuragi s attitude towards him remains cold Akihito is plunged into a turmoil of fierce emotions, as frustra I will serve you my entire life In exchange, you bring the Kuze family the rank of count or higher The young viscount Akihito agrees to this condition laid out by his butler Katsuragi, who is thus forced into his arms But no matter how deep their affair goes, Katsuragi s attitude towards him remains cold Akihito is plunged into a turmoil of fierce emotions, as frustrated by this unyielding distance as he is driven to violent passion by his butler s cleverness and beauty The situation reaches a breaking point when master and servant are invited to a party at the Marquise Moriyama s.

    1 thought on “Blue Morning, Vol. 2

    1. "I'll do whatever you ask me to. So long as I can be with you. I Will do anything." -- AkihitoPractically GAHHH!! *_* when I read this line So, as long as Katsuragi agree to remain by his side forever, Akihito will do anything. Be it to gain a title higher than Earl to fulfill Katsuragi's obsession or even marry the woman that chosen by Katsuragi."I haven't grown into the man he dreamed of me becoming. He may crave a child to train to be the next family head." -- AkihitoAkihito's expression when [...]

    2. Ugh this is such a good BL manga! I just adore the artwork and the storyline! Everything in this manga seemed to fit well into place! My favourite bit in this volume was more-or-less the ending. Such passionate sex! love it!

    3. I think the story picked up a bit in volume 2, thank goodness. The first half (nearly tw0-thirds) is extremely boring. There's a lot of convoluted family secrecy going on that just makes no sense to me (too many characters, and too many vague situations that are referenced but never actually explained), and the author seems intent on giving the reader a history lesson in post-WWII era Japan. The focus is really on history and there is very, very little romance (or any interaction between the lea [...]

    4. Jilid ini diawali dengan adegan Katsuragi menepis tangan Akihito di pagi hari di atas ranjang. Terus, diakhiri dengan Katsuragi mencari-cari dan menggenggam tangan Akihito di pagi hari di atas ranjang. Sempurna. Dari adegan awal dan akhir ini aja udah keliatan perkembangan hubungan mereka berdua.Tapi, masih belum mau mengakui. Ih, geregetan. Geregetan. Frustrasi gue ngeliatin mereka berdua.

    5. At least twice as intelligently plotted as volume 1. This is becoming the kind of soap opera I enjoy reading.

    6. As Akihito ages, we see him becoming more and more like Katsuragi. This is due, in large part, to the fact that Akihito wants to be with Katsuragi, and feels that he will not stick with him if his views are much different.We also see Katsuragi battling with his emotions to figure out how he actually feels about Akihito. While Akihito is strong-willed and stubborn, and seems to follow his heart when it comes to love, Katsuragi's mind seems more focused on politics and peerage instead. When will K [...]

    7. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Shoko Hidaka's Restoration era (Turn of the Century) story continues in book 2 of Blue Morning.As book one was very much about Akihito coming to the Kuze mansion and asuming the position of Viscount, book two is an exploration of Katsurgi - the enigmatic butler of the Kuze household. We learn more about his motivations and especially history - with quite a few surprises. Akihito's friend, Ishizaki, and Katsuragi's family will come mo [...]

    8. this was just where do i start? it's not often you get a yaoi series where all the elements are in perfect balance - the romance, the art, and the actual plot (usually there's too much or too little). it helps that i've just finished reading a book about Meiji/Taisho Tokyo, so i have a fair idea of the social context, but the story makes it clear enough. (i can't find anything in English that gives a date, but the Western clothes in the party scenes put it somewhere around the end of Meiji or be [...]

    9. "I said that doesn't matter, didn't I?! I've said it so many times! It doesn't matter to me! Whoever you are Whatever you are Titles, status, position, none of it matters. I just I just want to be with you. How many times do I have to say it?" - AkihitoOkay, I'm soooo loving the starcrossed lovers spin her. I KNOW Katsuragi HAS to have some romantic feeling doe Akihito. No question! And I soooo want to know Katsuragi's big secret. I'm not that interested in the financial plot of this series's to [...]

    10. "Ein melancholischer Morgen" continues to be true to its title. Why does mature so often equal depressing? This is a bittersweet story about two characters trapped in their respective societal roles. The art is beautiful, and I really like Shoko Hidaka's way of storytelling. As BL manga go, hers are among the best being published in German at the moment (why, oh why, is there no Hyouta Fujiyama *sigh*), and while this is not a happy book, it's still a very good read.

    11. I'm really enjoying this series! I think the graphics are well done and the story is very interesting. Now I'll have to buy the next 3 books in the series to see what happens next.

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