It's okay to suspend disbelief when reading shojo smut. Sometimes you're only in the mood for bishies and smexiness - not heavy philosophical mind-benders. But in the very least there has to be some structure, continuity, and some foundation for character development. This manga was missing all of that.
A cute girl has a reservation at what appears to be a fancy butler cafe. Her server, the super bishounen, touches her and shivers go up her spine - and from that moment she knows that they are destined to be together.
Problem #1: There is no flow with the manga panels. The jumping and scattered way
of telling the story feels like an amateur manga-ka mistake.
Problem #2: No initial sign of character development. I get that there's only 2 chapters, but at 50 pages each there should be something. These guys are hot - but thats about it.
Problem #3: After close to 100 pages, the story doesnt go past the "he touched me and it makes me faint!" aspect. Even when you suspend your disbelief, that's still rather silly.
Can't recommend this one..... there's better shojo smut out there.