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Exotic and Delicious Fate by Ryoku Tsunoda
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Mar 01, 12

Read in September, 2010

Oh to have the problems of the rich, the only thin is that Miyagi, future uke, doesn't know he is. He was raised by his mother who died and in the end he had to quit school and find a way to support himself. While working at a bar Kazuki, the manager of a high class traditional restaurant, offers him a job. Eight years later Miyagi has made manager.

Enter new hottie chef Kasuga who immediately starts sexually harassing Miyagi. Miyagi fends him off with a few well placed words until the manager of the sister restaurant, Tachibana, shows up and cruelly attacks Miyagi's lack of schooling and parentage. While off guard Kasuga pressing his advantage and they become jerking buddies.

Miyagi had harbored secret desires for Kazuki who saved him but was crushed when he elder man told him that he was like a son to him. Turning to Kasuga, he finds out that the chef has been sent over by Tachibana in order to get him to quit his job. It turns out that he is brothers with Tachibana. His father owns both restaurants and had told Kazuki to get him a job after his mother died.

Betrayed on all sides what is our little uke to do?
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