[Kaoru] Mr. Idiot!
[Kazuki] Stop calling me and idiot!
[Kaoru] You look like an idiot to me.
Bit of mixed feelings about this one. In the mangas I read from the series you can't tell, but Chiharu has some issues. On the surface he seems to be a serious and strong man, driven by work and his love for Kazuki. But with a bit of background, he's a disturbed and disturbing man. He can't control himself when it comes to Kazuki and he can seriously hurt him. I think Kazuki is already affected, but he doesn't know it.
And, dude, the fangirling... There's no such thing as employees
in a company all falling at one guy's feet. There's no one ever so hot or so likeable to warant that kind of reaction, real or not.
Going back to the story, Chiharu and Kazuki's relationship didn't start well, but I'm glad we didn't get the graphic side of it and that the characters didn't try to make excuses or to justify what happened. Chiharu was wrong and everyone knew that. I'm really glad the manga didn't gloss over it.
I was glad to see Kaoru here (having read ...Virgin Love already I am familiar with him), but he was made to look so mean for the first half of the story. I was so glad when he came back to his usual true self and his actual intentions were revealed.
About the art, I have nothing new to add. What I said in my review to Happy Yarou Wedding♡ is valid here too. Going forward I'll mention if there's something that stands out to me, but otherwise, as before, the art is okay, not great, but I'm here for the plot more than the art.