Seme/Uke

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Title: Seme/Uke

Author: Kain Guru

Graphic Designer: Kain Guru

Category: Romance, Drama, Boy’s Love, Mature

Synopsis:

Over the past three weeks of this hell that is St. Catherine’s Boarding School, which Ren Kato was probably stuck at until he graduated two years from now, he had slowly fallen in love with this wolf, Kensuke Takahashi.

Now Kato wondered where to go from here. He had never had a relationship with a girl, let alone a boy. All of his experiences growing up—the TV he watched, the songs he listened to, his parents, conversations with friends, classmates, schooling, society in general—were heterosexually-oriented.

Boys simply are not taught to love other boys, and in fact, mostly they were taught not to love other boys. Kato figured he could muddle through a relationship with a girl by what he knew and help he could have gotten from his parents and others, but he was at a loss as to what to do with Takahashi. He began to worry if this was really a good idea or not.

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This is Book Two of Special Property. It is strongly suggested for readers to start with Book 1, simply entitled “Special Property.”

Please note that this book is currently being developed and written so updates will be periodic but expect, at least, multiple chapters per week, as time allows. I still have to work full-time.

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Table of Contents :

Chapter 1. What Now?
Chapter 2. Return of the Enemy
Chapter 3. Ex-girlfriend
Chapter 4. My Sick Wolf
Chapter 5. Daichi Xan
Chapter 6. Arguments About Swapping
Chapter 7. An Evening Conversation
Chapter 8. Morning Wood
Chapter 9. Uninvited Company
Chapter 10. Kyūdō
Chapter 11. Fifth Date, But Who’s Counting?
Chapter 12. The Game of Life
Chapter 13. Afternoon Concert
Chapter 14. Trying to Cage a Wild Wolf
Chapter 15. Fireworks
Chapter 16. Uke/Uke
Chapter 17. Slow Down
Chapter 18. First Rule
Chapter 19. Conversing with Handa
Chapter 20. New English Sensei
Chapter 21. First Contact
Chapter 22. A Moment of Your Time
Chapter 23. This Ain’t Over

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This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

Also, I personally and legally own a copy of the cover image for this book and content herein. Please do not plagiarize my works without consent.

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Special thanks to my editor E Xandros for continuing to work with me and keeping me on track with all the details of this story.