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Bond(z) (Yaoi)
     

Bond(z) (Yaoi)

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by Toko Kawai
 
It isn't unheard of to sleep with your friends after having too much to drink. However, when that friend happens to be a guy as well and you both happen to have girlfriends, things can get a little messy. In a moment of drunken youth gone wild, Tomo and Keita crossed the boundaries of being close friends to being lovers. Neither expected

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It isn't unheard of to sleep with your friends after having too much to drink. However, when that friend happens to be a guy as well and you both happen to have girlfriends, things can get a little messy. In a moment of drunken youth gone wild, Tomo and Keita crossed the boundaries of being close friends to being lovers. Neither expected such a fiery obsession to ignite after a single night of passion or the pleasure to escalate after each subsequent encounter. Keeping the relationship hidden from their girlfriends, the two embark on a journey to find the limits of human passion.

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Passion begets obsession in Bond(z), a compilation of yaoi love stories that explore the hardships two men face when they fall in love. In the opening story, Tomo and Keita are reunited and begin to rekindle the brief but passionate love affair that they started one sweltering summer two years earlier. Tomo finds his feelings for Keita bordering on obsession, and the two men struggle to deal with both their blossoming love and the secret they keep from their girlfriends. Similar themes are explored in subsequent stories, as the characters must overcome obstacles to pursue an intimate relationship with another man. Themes of obsession intermingle with the question of whether two men should be in a romantic relationship. Yaoi fan favorite Kawai, creator of the popular title Our Everlasting, brings her flair for creating sexy, believable characters with complex problems to Bond(z). Her lean, distinctive art style is appealing. The book does contain graphic sexual situations and is rated 18+. (Apr.)

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781934129005
Publisher:
801 Media, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/07/2007
Edition description:
Not Appropriate For Children
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.20(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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Bond(z) (Yaoi) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
InsertManiacLaughterHere More than 1 year ago
The characters were very interesting, and the art was fairly well draw, thought a little sloppy in a few places. Probably my favorite story is the last one, Sakura.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I love all the Touko Kawaii mangas, & I like this one specially because it was the first one of her that I've read. The artwork is amazing, Kawaii uses an unic style that makes her stand out from anothers mangaka's, one that you can easily recognize when you see the cover. The plot is amazing, too. I confess that everytime that I talk about this specific manga, I always describe it as 'one of the most erotic mangas that I've ever read 'and I've read a lot'', and I say this not because there're sex scenes 'well, they *have* sex, but Kawaii's not explicit about it' but because of the.. situations that're described there. Anyway, if you like yaoi manga, you should totally buy this. I can asure you, you will like what you'll see '