Sooho has loved Merry since Merry was a tiny baby, vowing to protect him from the dark secrets connecting their two families. Now both adults, Sooho has become the CEO of his ruthless family's company, while Merry has grown up innocent and pure on a rural island. When Merry's dying mother asks Sooho to take her son to the city with him and give him a better life, Sooho's once-brotherly feelings for the younger man quickly evolve into something far more passionate. Merry grows to love him deeply in return, but an uncertain future awaits them when Sooho is blackmailed into a loveless marriage. He swears to Merry that nothing will change between them, but can his young paramour truly be happy in a relationship where he is now legally nothing more than a boy concubine?
Honestly the art put me off so much I couldn't get into the story. It's the first time I've been this put off by the art style. Why is the bottom so wildly feminine, it's stereotyped so heavily, even down to the arch of his back when he's sitting down. Don't get me wrong, I love many different forms and expressions of characters, but this just seems so forced, completely stripping the impact the character could make on the story.
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