Ten Count Manga Volume 1
About Ten Count Manga Volume 1
Ten Count features story and art by Rihito Takari.
Corporate secretary Shirotani suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder. One day he meets Kurose, a therapist who offers to take him through a ten-step program to cure him of his compulsion. As the two go through each of the ten steps, Shirotani's attraction to his counselor grows.
Ratings & Reviews
Love the story, even though its mild BL and not at all yaoi. The front image is definitely a bit deceiving in that regard but I was surprised at how good the story was.
love this series
The other reviewer must not have read the whole series. I'm telling you right now that it is not just mild BL. It's rated 18+ for a VERY good reason. The first volume is just a little more mellow. Honestly, it's a really good series. Very sexy and angsty, you will not be disappointed.
OCD never looked this good
by TheOtaku -
I was pleasantly surprised with Ten Count. I am looking forward to further character development between Kurose and Shirotani. This first volume is slow paced, but I liked it even more for that. Can't wait to read volume 2!
Definitely recommend this manga, in the first few volumes the story is slow in regards to romance but it shows a lot of character development for the main character as the story goes on. It is yaoi, but not until later in the story, which in my opinion it shows a more realistic view of their relationship.
A Good Story About a Bishie with OCD
by PATRICIA -
Beautiful art, sympathetic main character. Can't wait to read the rest of this.
by ALICIA -
It's adult content so look out! This start to the series doesn't contain explicit content, but lets you get to know the characters and develop their relationship. I think the story is interesting which is why I chose it. I enjoy reading things that give you something to think about.
I didn't get what I expected with this book. The cover is so suggestive but the contents contain a real story line and plot, mild sex, and a whole lot of attitude! Loved it though, the plot is engaging and I got sucked in easily.