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Retsujou PARADOX – Banken wa Yoru Kiba wo Muku Manga

Manga: Retsujou PARADOX – Banken wa Yoru Kiba wo Muku, 劣情PARADOX ~番犬は夜、牙をむく~, Carnal Desire Paradox: The Guard Dog Gets Feisty At Night

Author: SILVA

Genres: Drama, Politics

Released: 2017

Status in Country of Origin: Completed

Scanlator: N/A

Summary: You’ve been holding in your carnal desires for so long, your body has become pitiful…

The next target of Seiji Kiriya, a private investigator, is Hiroki Yano, the go-getting secretary of a powerful politician who has “special information.” To get the information he needs, Seiji succeeds in becoming Hiroki’s “friend in bed.” As they consummate their passion-filled physical relationship over and over again, Seiji realizes that Hiroki has feelings for a special someone and starts to get jealous. In comparison, Hiroki has a secret he can’t tell Seiji, becoming overwhelmed with feelings for his new friend…

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Note: This is a personal opinion, it does not reflect YaoiOtaku’s official position towards the manga.

Another manga worth reading! It has a decent storyline, gorgeous art, a “healthy” amount of smexy scenes and a happy ending!

I liked that the drama featured in this manga was not about Hiroki and Seiji’s relationship – much – but highlighting more on the conflict behind the scenes. It has a good suspense and despite having some clichés which no yaoi manga could go without, it wasn’t too predictable. In other words, it’s not boring.

I get that a lot of people read yaoi for the smutty scenes – and trust me, there are enough of them in this manga – but for those who are looking for something with good content, you should give this manga a try.

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A former otaku, I have retired from manga and anime and found my love in M/M novels. I have a soft spot for angst with happily ever after, but a little critical on cliches. I like uncomplicated stories, a little hint of mystery and crime as well as something that is not too heavy on the drama.

I read and write mostly in English. Unfortunately, since I started late with my English studies, I am still working on it. I'm pretty much well versed in context, but don't count too much on my grammar.