Object of Desire #2020

Object of Desire By Tomoko Noguchi Object of Desire When one is looking for love where can she find it Problems arise as Kako finds herself as an object of desire for men all around Can she ever break what men are after and find real love
  • Title: Object of Desire
  • Author: Tomoko Noguchi
  • ISBN: 9781934496497
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
  • Object of Desire By Tomoko Noguchi When one is looking for love, where can she find it Problems arise as Kako finds herself as an object of desire for men all around Can she ever break what men are after and find real love
    Object of Desire By Tomoko Noguchi
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    1. This is absolutely worth a read All the stories were very good, maybe not entirely realistic, but very entertaining All of them are smutty, but they lead to love in a non fluffy manner Oil and Water is my favorite Its about a very masculine girl who doesn t express emotion well, but is very smart and admired, and a guy who is a good looking goof than anything else They have an odd relationship, since the guy doesn t understand if she really likes him The story right after, called Lemon, I think [...]


    2. 2.5 5I really want to love these josei, smutty books But yet again, I am disappointed.The art was weak and I didn t like it The characters were one dimensional and didn t stand out, and I didn t particularly like any of them The stories were weak.I didn t like any of the smut, even The stories were unimpressive, as were the characters, and so I didn t enjoy reading any of it I wanted it to be over.Meh Read at my blog, Geeky Reading


    3. This was a great series of oneshots, especially the first 2 I really didn t care for the Maid one nor the Summer Exchange Student, though If you get the chance, read the Afterward It s hilarious that even the mangaka realized all the male characters were a holes and that she promised only create male characters she could bring home to her daughters moving forward.


    4. This little stand alone volume was a good one It s rated M and it s very smutty, but I thought did it well But the art wasn t up to my standard It was a bit sloppy and I was expecting it to look like the cover But other than that great read




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