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Yuuwaku no hitsuji

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Alvere is a jaded aristocrat, Nicolae a naive young priest. Their paths cross when fate throws Nicolae in front of Alvere's carriage, and the nobleman finds himself entranced with Nicolae's beauty and purity. Nicolae believes he can offer Alvere solace in God, but this wolf in sheep's clothing wants nothing to do with God, and everything to do with Nicolae.
Mass Market Paperback, Japanese Edition, 60 pages
Published October 19th 2005 by Shinko Sha
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Teresa
Dec 17, 2015 Teresa rated it liked it
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So in terms of plot we got a bored, oversexed aristocrat (aren't they all?) in some western country in the 1700's. He's bored and happens upon the most naive young priest in he history of fiction and decides to screw with him both mentally and physically. But of course they somehow fall in love you know how these things go.

The art is pretty damn good. What stands out to me is the clothing (lots of great fabric movement and texture), Albert's hair and the architecture. The art style of the actual
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前田 紅葉


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