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Aijin Kankei

Aijin Kankei

Alternative Titles

English: A Question of Pride
Japanese: 愛人関係

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 3
Status: Finished
Published: 2004
Genres: Romance, Josei
Authors: Hara, Noriko (Art), Reid, Michelle (Story)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 6.421 (scored by 176 users)
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Ranked: #134622
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Popularity: #14808
Members: 286
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Synopsis

She was much more than his secretary Theirs seemed the perfect boss-secretary relationship. He was all hard-nosed business; she was efficient and anticipated his every need.

But the roles Max and Clea played so well in the office underwent a radical change after hours. Then they were passionate lovers--a situation Clea found both fulfilling and agonizing.

For while Max was capable of turning his passion on and off at will, Clea, with her youth and idealism, had fallen inescapably in love. She either had to hide her feelings or get out. Suddenly, unexpected circumstances gave her no choice.

(Source: fictiondb)

Background

Aijin Kankei was published digitally in English as A Question of Pride by Harlequin Comics on July 27, 2011.

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More reviewsReviews

Jun 30, 2017
kamui90 (All reviews)
Harlequin manga, so you know what to expect if you read several stories.
Story: 7/10
Would put this one in a pile of good Harlequin manga; I can't say it's typical, but the "plot" is used countless of times.
It's somewhat refreshing story, where the heroine, although extremely stubborn, is not your typical HQ heroine. I came to love the story when hero's mother showed up, "the voice of reason," basically telling them they were both fools, which made me laugh hard.
To sum it up in one sentence: the hero and the heroine play the game "who is more stubborn."
Characters: 6/10
Max: A playboy who has read more

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