Jousei Tsubakiya is a rich law school student. Motoki Sakurai is the most popular guy in the education department. Together, they're the hottest guys around, and totally irresistible to ladies. After a party with no hot girls, with both of them drunk, they decide to go to a love hotel...! It was supposed to be a lark, but to Motoki's surprise, Jousei gets a hard-on. Motoki starts to give him a hand job and ends up getting hard, too. His curiosity piqued, things start to escalate until reason goes out the window, and before you know it, they've done the deed...!
These party legends are facing an existential crisis! Their relationship starts to morph, but is it love, or friendship...?
Bousou Ryman, Hentai-kei (Mad Men, Hentai-kei)
Bijo to Yajuu (Beauty and the Beast)
This literary work contains copious amounts of scenes which detail the (unsuccessful) acts of two males which they perform to preserve their genetic code (i.e. it's way more perverted than average). Seriously, they do it in every chapter. Whereas the average yaoi contains one or two scenes like this per volume, here the chapters are literally called "Turn 1", "Turn 2" etc. What I really liked, though, was the fact that it didn't turn into unnecessary and gratuitous "attempts to remain in the gene pool". The main concept is that the two most handsome and cool guys at university (who are also best friends) spend
a nice night with a different girl every night, but when they realize that said girl doesn't meet their tastes, the two gentlemen turn to eachother. Ok, maybe this is too shocking for some (not for me :3), but this results in a lot of comical situations compared to the average work of this genre (and it has lots of good jokes besides this, too), considering that Motoki (the uke) feels like he plays the role of a girl, and can't get used to this concept, especially with his best friend, and this only gets weirder when Motoki becomes impotent, but let's not get into that. Oh, and of course, there's a lot of emotional drama near the end, this is attempting to be a romantic story after all.
8/10 - I think it's pretty enjoyable.