After using family connections to land a job at a major cosmetics company, Kaitani has finally found work that will help him prove his worth! But Fujiwara, Kaitani’s drop-dead handsome but arrogant boss, is mercilessly focused on crushing Kaitani’s enthusiasm for a brand-new product line. When Kaitani quickly charges ahead with a plan to take advantage of a chink in FujiwaAfter using family connections to land a job at a major cosmetics company, Kaitani has finally found work that will help him prove his worth! But Fujiwara, Kaitani’s drop-dead handsome but arrogant boss, is mercilessly focused on crushing Kaitani’s enthusiasm for a brand-new product line. When Kaitani quickly charges ahead with a plan to take advantage of a chink in Fujiwara’s armor, fierce emotions with dragon-like strength rear up and lay claim to Kaitani’s heart! Can he fight hard and long enough to get the message across to his snobbish boss, or will this battle end with a devastating body count?...
|Title||:||The Man Who Doesn't Take Off His Clothes 2|
|Number of Pages||:||242 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Man Who Doesn't Take Off His Clothes 2 Reviews
Review originally published at mangaupdates.com in January, 2009.Narise Konohara has a talent in making rough, unlike-able characters endearing and understandable. In a touching way, she reveals slowly and intelligently why they have arrived at the persons they are in the present. The surface of her characters: the pain, the joy, the fear, the preferences and they way they react or make choices, are all explainable by their past histories. The future of her characters is challenged and changed when someone throws a wrench into their smoothly running machines. That is what happens with Kaitani and Fujiwara. (Although, Kaitani's 'machine' is a quite a bit more random and rattly and has to be thumped occasionally to make it chug along.)Kaitani is immature and hot headed, causing him to make a few decisions that are dramatically, desperately over-the-top, but he is balanced with his large-hearted, affectionate, quick to realize his mistakes and not ashamed to ask for forgiveness components. His forcefulness was a fire! Fujiwara seemed so uptight and haughty, but it was only armour he had developed over the years that allowed him to not fall apart, to stay strong and become successful. Alas, it has also given him a very cold, very untouchable and sadly lonely life with meaningless relationships and a shallow perception of romantic love.The first volume was hilarious! Kaitani and Fujiwara are both so extreme and their hatred for each other oozes off the pages, but it's fun to read because I could relate to both of their choices and feelings. The second volume continues on seamlessly from the first. In fact, the two novels do not stand alone. The secondary characters complement and fill out the story, rather than detract, but they are definitely secondary. Yuichi (from Don't Worry Mama is one advice-giving friend.I found the second volume lacking in cohesion. It seemed like the story and the characters' emotions were under done. There were a few follow up scenes that should have been extremely intense in emotion, based on the preceding elements. They seemed out of tune, or anti-crescendo somehow.It was an enjoyable read with a little something to chew on along with the lusty fantasy.
***Български***Харесах тази част повече от първата, главно защото има повече сексуални сцени (въпреки че първата част като цяло разви героите повече). Въпреки това и в тази книга героите претърпяха някакво развитие, за което съм доволна. Книгата беше перфектният завършек на хубава история.***English***I liked this volume more than the first one mainly because this one has more sex scenes (although the other volume really revealed the characters more). In this one I think they are developing so I'm happy about that. Perfect ending for a perfect novel.
It was ok, just not what I was expecting after reading utsukushii and hako no naka. I did think it was better than the cold series tho.
I really enjoyed this volume. I was glad to find out how it ended.