Shy Intentions

Shy Intentions Miyuki a middle school art teacher was shy about love until he met furniture designer Kaoru But why now that the two have come together body and soul and become essential to one another does Miyuk

  • Title: Shy Intentions
  • Author: Shouko Takaku
  • ISBN: 9781569705674
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Miyuki, a middle school art teacher, was shy about love until he met furniture designer Kaoru But why, now that the two have come together body and soul and become essential to one another, does Miyuki feel and anxious

    One thought on “Shy Intentions”

    1. I've come to the realization that all the characters in all the books look the exact same.This tells the story of a couple of lovers and how they met and how they grew to love each other. It was very quick and it surprises me that all this yaoi characters are able to just pick out of a crowd who else is of the same inclination.It was only .50 at a book sale, not completely a waste of time or money, but it's only going to be something on the shelf rather than something that I recommend to other p [...]

    2. Enjoyed reading. Liked how these two met in the hospital while visiting family members that where there. They slowly built a relationship out of those visits. In this book it takes them time to realize their feelings. Even though they are dating it takes awhile for them to recognize what they really feel which I liked since it wasn't one where they fell in love immediately more realistic then most yaoi.

    3. A very sweet and romantic story, simply about two men slowly falling in love with each other. I could have done without the jealousy drama, but it wasn't badly done, so it was okay. There were quite a few really memorable moments, and the relationship was nicely balanced. Really, really sweet and gentle, I loved it.

    4. One of the more 'romantic' yaoi I've read, which is nice since I've read too many lately that have reluctant or overly-embarrassed partners.

    5. Re-reading: 10/14/16- TK. I wonder if the title is actually meant to be "Sly Intentions" because the plot involves some sneakiness.

    6. I have to say this one of the more romantic yaoi I've read. I don't really find them very romantic but this one had a sweet supportive partner. Kind of a nice change.

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