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Sehr zu Morinagas Leidwesen herrscht zwischen ihm und Soichi tote Hose, denn dieser weigert sich, seinen wöchentlichen "Pflichten" nachzukommen! Heiß wird es erst, als ein Unbekannter Soichi zu tyrannisieren beginnt und sogar dessen Haus abfackelt. Und als Morinaga von dem Feuer eingekesselt zu werden droht, stürzt sich Soichi heldenhaft in die Flammen!...

Title : Verliebter Tyrann 4
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ISBN : 9783865806703
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 196 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Verliebter Tyrann 4 Reviews

  • MaDoReader
    2019-06-09 09:59

    Ay Senpaiiiiiiii, que te empezamos a ver el plumero ;)

  • Mal
    2019-06-06 14:25

    This frame gives me life.

  • Gabriela
    2019-06-09 11:22

    Por Dios, no esperaba para nada eso del senpai...Kanako, amo a esa niña xD

  • Trinity McKay
    2019-06-26 12:03

    read the English translation.

  • Jessie H.
    2019-05-26 15:17

    2.5-3/5 Stars

  • Yue
    2019-06-01 09:18

    So Sempai acts like a tyrant (again) against a boy, who takes revenge by harming him and his house. Morinaga, very worried, moves in with Sempai and his little sister. Sempai thinks his intentions are others and does not want to (who could blame him?) but Morinaga wins over and lives with them (and even with all the times Sempai threatened him, Mori kisses Sempai!).The house gets on fire, while Sempai is on school. Mori gets trapped in the fire, and Sempai comes to save him... only that, being the tyrant he is, he kicks poor Mori in the face while there is a fire going! This is the way of Sempai to show that he is worried.So they spend the night in a hotel, where Mori tries to comfort... only by "hugging" him while they are laying in bed. But he cannot help getting excited. We have to give him credit for this, cause he tried REALLY hard. And surprisingly, is Sempai the one that gives the first step. He kisses Mori, hurray! And a very hot scene comes then...They finally move out together, with a condition: Sempai will have his own room with a key... he cannot trust Mori! I like this manga so much. Sempai is really a tyrant, but he is so passionate. You can tell he has feelings for Mori, only that he cannot admit it nor show it. Mori has to be so persuasive and patient to get his heart.

  • Derekica Snake
    2019-06-10 10:00

    The further love misadventures of Tatsumi and Morinaga.The artwork is dreamy, the bishies are bishiful but this might not be for everyone because there is a whole lot of dub-con and frustrated plotting of non-con. There are times in this story that you want to reach out and grab Tatsumi by the ponytail and rattle him around a bit. (However, he would kick you in the face!)The romance does move along a bit further this time. Tatsumi is terrorized by a stalker who keeps escalating his pranks up to full on arson. Morinaga had saved Tatsumi's little sister from a package bomb and was staying over when the fire breaks out. He gets her out but then gets trapped himself. Tatsumi comes to the rescue but beats the crap out of him first then drags his whupped ass out to safety. Later at a hotel, Tatsumi gives Morinaga the green light by saying "Do you want to do it?" Not exactly romantic but it leads up to really inspiring moments of tenderness. (insert yaoi, yaoi, yaoi, here)Now the house is gone, Tatsumi and Morinaga end up living in the same apartment with only a flimsy bedroon door lock between them.Waiting for the next volume.

  • Marsha
    2019-06-16 14:04

    Morinaga inches his way slowly but surely into Tatsumi’s life...and his house! But Tatsumi’s continued denial of any romantic feeling makes it a tense household—at least for Morinaga. The younger man’s optimism in the face of his friend’s steadfast stubbornness is sweet to read. But unexpected pranks from a vicious stalker may prove to be more trouble than either of them can handle. This new plot development gives both men a chance to get closer and makes for a dramatic storyline. It’s an exciting and gripping twist as Morinaga and Tatsumi seek to protect their home and each other. Danger can make a great excuse for characters to get closer and the writer doesn’t disappoint.

  • Kati
    2019-06-21 09:05

    Better than vol. 3. We see at least some development though even after 4 volumes, their relationship remains basically the same. I mean, after everything that they went through, you would expect that they would either break up for real or get at least somehow together - I'm not saying that they should abandon their issues but come on, it's the "same old, same old" thing all over again: Morinaga is horny and tries to drag Soichi into bed against his will, Soichi smacks him bloody and yells at him and they go back to status quo. It's starting to get really boring.

  • scarlettraces
    2019-05-31 10:11

    largely setup for the copious amounts of smut coming up. there is also more drama than usual, if you don't count Morinaga getting consistently smacked in the face (although weighed in the yaoi scale it's still fairly minor - there's a fire but no yakuza torturing people in abandoned warehouses). this edges out the silliness somewhat, but don't worry, it comes back in spades in vol 6.

  • Laura Franco
    2019-06-18 10:14

    An adorable story! Really peculiar. The characters are relatable and different. And I love their personality developement throughout the series! And the story arcs are captivating. It isn't perfect - it's probably a 4.5 rather than a 5 but honestly, it's one of my favorites so I'm biased!

  • Annelise Lestrange
    2019-06-01 13:14

    Review originally posted on The Book Adventures of Annelise Lestrange :)For a full review of this series up to volume 9, please click here.

  • Kimi
    2019-06-07 11:21

    :) The story just keeps getting better and better.

  • Christina
    2019-05-30 11:01

    I can't seem to stop reading one volume after the next. They just keep getting better.

  • Shiversixupi
    2019-06-15 09:01


  • Usagi Tsukino
    2019-06-11 12:28

    This review is for the italian edition.