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Butterflies, Flowers, Vol. 1 by Yuki Yoshihara
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Feb 17, 2010

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bookshelves: manga, mature-sex-nudity, josei
Read in February, 2010 — I own a copy

** spoiler alert ** Weird one, here. Basic story - an aristocratic family loses their wealth and suddenly has to struggle to make ends meet. At the time of their "financial demise," they had to let go of all butlers and maids. There was a sad parting between 7-yr old Choko Kuze and the son of her family's driver, Cha-chan. Flash forward 13 years where a young Choko has just gotten an office job and, in a weird twist, her new boss turns out to be her childhood friend Cha-chan! And, even weirder, he's mean to her as a boss but then wants to call her m'lady and serve her off hours. A very weird master/servant tone throughout, even when the story implies that the young pair might have genuine feelings for each other. Kind of creepy. Not sure I'll read any more of this one...
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