Manga Review: Desire Sensibility
Desire Sensibility by Souta Narazaki
Publisher: DMP June
Genre: Contemporary, Yaoi, Romance
Themes: Co-workers, Supervisor-employee, first gay love
Rating: Mature 18+
Volumes: 1 Volume
(Note: Picture taken with my iPhone camera of a book from my manga library.)
Mitsuhara Kosugi is a part-time employee at a customer service call center. Nariaki Ogata is Kosugi’s supervisor and his crush. Kosugi is hyper aware of Ogata but doesn’t know how to confess his feelings until the threat of Ogata transferring makes him act.
Kissing, groping, suggestive positions, pressed bodies
Kosugi and Ogata are an odd couple — opposites. Kosugi is emotional and messy while Ogata is cool, calm, and neat. It was fun watching Kosugi panicking over every little thing where Ogata was concerned.
Kaminuma another supervisor helped a lot with bringing Kosugi and Ogata together even though he spent most of the book hitting on Kosugi. I wouldn’t mind seeing Kaminuma in a story of his own. I could see him falling for someone who cleans up his playboy ways. That is the usual manga troupe for guys like him.