Blue Morning Manga Volume 2
About Blue Morning Manga Volume 2
Blue Morning volume 2 features story and art by Shouko Hidaka.
"I will serve you my entire life. In exchange, you bring the Kuze family the rank of count or higher." The young viscount Akihito agrees to this condition laid out by his butler Katsuragi, who is thus forced into his arms. But no matter how deep their affair goes, Katsuragi's attitude towards him remains cold.
Akihito is plunged into a turmoil of fierce emotions, as frustrated by this unyielding distance as he is driven to violent passion by his butler's cleverness and beauty. The situation reaches a breaking point when master and servant are invited to a party at the Marquise Moriyama's.
Ratings & Reviews
Where's the love?
There's a lot of convoluted family secrecy going on that just makes no sense to me (too many characters, and too many vague situations that are referenced but never actually explained), and the author seems intent on giving the reader a history lesson in post-WWII era Japan. The focus is really on history and there is very, very little romance (or any interaction between the leads).
By the end of this volume, I still had no idea what the family scheme is all about. I really don't understand what is going on and don't care... I just want to see more romance and less senseless rambling about the era.