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Viewfinder, Tome 4 : you're my love prize in captivity (Finder #4)

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Après le face à face entre Asami et Feilong, Takaba est fait prisonnier dans les geôles chinoises du seigneur de Hong Kong. Cherchant à s'échapper, il se retrouve confronté à un Feilong qu'il ne soupçonnait pas. Mais malgré les brimades et humiliations que lui a fait subir le yakuza, Takaba ne cesse de penser à Asami et aux blessures qu'il a reçues en tentant de le sauver. ...more
Paperback, 194 pages
Published February 10th 2011 by Asuka (first published June 8th 2007)
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This is the last volume in the series, as far as I know, but it ends with a huge cliffhanger. It irks me a bit that we'll never find out how it ended, even though Ayano Yamane promised her readers answers in the next volume - that never came to be.

I liked this volume better than the last one, although it was rather funny that Feilong needed Akihito to talk some sense into him - Akihito isn't really the poster boy for maturity, after all. But it's true that until now, no one mustered the courage

This series is super sexy.
And addictive, I can't stop reading the whole series all day, and I think I will read it again.
And re-read it again, as many time as I could!
Tully Vincent
Cliffhanger ending! But this was outstanding.
At the end of Volume 3, Asami was shot protecting Takaba. Fei Long was also shot, and escaped taking Takaba to Hong Kong as a hostage. V4 picks up in Hong Kong where Fei Long is recovering, and has just been reminded he has a prisoner. This story is much darker, as Fei Long threatens to sell Takaba into slavery and addiction if he doesn’t obey. Needless to say, there is non-consensual (and explicit) sex in the story. Much of the plot takes place in Hong Kong as we follow Takaba’s sad state and h ...more
Γιώτα Παπαδημακοπούλου
Το vol.4, αποτελείται από 7 βασικά κεφάλαια, τα οποία και μας μεταφέρουν στο Hong Kong, εκεί όπου ο Fei Long έχει επιστρέψει στη βάση του, με τον Akihito να βρίσκεται υπό την αιχμαλωσία του, περνώντας δύσκολες στιγμές, φτάνοντας στο σημείο να τον υπηρετεί ως σεξουαλικός σκλάβος, προκειμένου να προστατέψει τη ζωή του, δίνοντας τον Asami τον χρόνο που χρειάζεται ώστε να τον σώσει. Ενόσω ο Fei Long προσπαθεί να "εκπαιδεύσει" τον Akihito, ο τελευταίος, δεν καταλαβαίνει για ποιον λόγο δύο άντρες, πρέ ...more
Nyie Rombeng
whooaaa..... ternyata seru bnget adegan pertempuran tembak menembak antara asami&fei long dlm menyelamatkan takaba dri drama penculikan ni. betapa simpatinya asami pda takaba krna dia msih membutuhkan takaba disisinya.lain dgn takaba yg msih shock dgn drama pnyelamatan tu,that's pity! Disamping powerless&weakness nya takaba,q salut dgn kepribadian yg dimilikinya:fearless,high risk decision,stiff&attractive sesuai dgn profesi yg ditekuninya.walau pada akhirnya takaba hrus terjerumus d ...more
Feb 27, 2015 Jetaime marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Is this about a girl finding a book that was read to her during childhood?
I don't really know why, but for some reason I really like this manga! I didn't expect to like it so much after reading the first volume but for some reason I do!
Matters go from bad to worse for Akihito. Every man he meets seems to want nothing more than to bed him!

While the mob violence continues almost unabated, sweet emotions crop up in the most unexpected places. The story characters are complex and multilayered and the action is almost continual, making this another nerve-wracking entry in the struggle between two warring factions and two powerful men. Strong and heady stuff indeed.
I am so hyped up after this. I want to read more.
Poor Akihito, kidnapped and doubting if Asami will come after him. Why did Fei Long want Akihito? Loving Asami by proxy? Ended on a cliffhanger.
Am I the only one who found the scenes between Feilong and Akihito smoking hot? Something's not right with me...
Bit of a filler, not my fav but still an enjoyable read.
Definitely one for re-reading.
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