Darling wa Namamono ni Tsuki
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Darling wa Namamono ni Tsuki

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Synonyms: My Darling, My Flesh
Japanese: ダーリンは生モノにつき


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 40
Status: Finished
Published: May 8, 1997 to , 2001
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, JoseiJosei
Authors: Yoshihara, Yuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Petit Comic


Score: 7.391 (scored by 18571,857 users)
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Ranked: #33952
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Popularity: #3627
Members: 3,731
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Setsuko, a daughter of a transsexual man who runs a cross-dressing host bar, meets, falls in love with and then marries the handsome Dr. Tanabe. Tanabe is normal, quiet and highly skilled at everything, while Setsuko is wildly different. Most of the series is comprised of the couple struggling first to have and then maintain their sex life and love each other. (This is definitely a series for 18+ however.)

(Source: ANN)


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Nov 24, 2015
Jerakor (All reviews)
This is a comedic slice of life about a married couple, focusing on their active sex life. Also, there is a lot of sex and sex-jokes in this manga, so be warned.

The little plot that there is happens in the first couple chapters: OL has trouble feeling aroused; she meets doctor whose touch instantly arouses her; she eventually confesses to him, and they get married almost immediately. They proceed to have lots of arguments and lots of make-up sex, and I think none of the plot-arcs last more than three chapters.

The art is bad. The two leads mostly look like stereotyped josei read more

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