Still reeling from Katsuragi's confession, Akihito attends Marquise Moriyama's evening ball. There he comes face-to-face with his late father's half brother, Naotsugu. Though Katsuragi arranged the meeting with the intention of helping both Akihito and the Kuze family name, Akihito decides against giving the family over to Naotsugu, bringing Akihito to the unsettling realization that he may not fully trust Katsuragi. Meanwhile, Katsuragi meets with Marquise Moriyama and boldly demands recompense for all that he has done. -- VIZ Media
Akihito reunites with Katsuragi, vowing to never let go of his hand. When Katsuragi uncharacteristically complains about their situation, albeit mildly, Akihito is more determined than ever to settle the wrongs of the past. Later, Katsuragi confronts Ishizaki. Enraged, Ishizaki chastises him for overstepping his bounds in the management of his plant, putting Katsuragi’s position as his head clerk at risk! -- VIZ Media
Sungeun is a reckless, scatter-brained woman who is living as a man after she was raped. Yoono is a terse, distant man who can't shake off the lingering image of his late brother. Yoohyun was much more than a teacher or a brother. He was an irreplaceable mentor to both. From the loss of a very special person in each of their lives comes their pure and poignant love story... A predestined love. A love like blue snow.
At only ten years of age, Akihito Kuze suddenly inherits the Kuze viscountship after his father’s death. The family's capable butler, Tomoyuki Katsuragi, takes over the task of raising the boy, serving as his tutor. However, the handsome and intelligent Katsuragi, well respected even among the aristocracy, remains cool towards his charge. Akihito finds himself relentlessly drawn to Katsuragi, frustrated by the distance between them and driven to discover the reasons why. -- VIZ Media
A certain unlikely hero... August 31. The day Accelerator meets a strange girl in a back alley and he's sure he's seen her somewhere before. The day Mikoto Misaka finds herself asked on a date by a very pleasant young man. That same day, Touma Kamijou awakes with an especially unlucky feeling. The reason: He's just realized he has completely forgotten to do any of his summer homework. Three characters, three stories, and one last day of summer vacation!
“I will serve you my entire life. In exchange, you bring the Kuze family the rank of count or higher.” The young viscount Akihito agrees to this condition laid out by his butler Katsuragi, who is thus forced into his arms. But no matter how deep their affair goes, Katsuragi’s attitude towards him remains cold. Akihito is plunged into a turmoil of fierce emotions, as frustrated by this unyielding distance as he is driven to violent passion by his butler’s cleverness and beauty. The situation reaches a breaking point when master and servant are invited to a party at the Marquise Moriyama’s. -- VIZ Media
In Kamakura, where traces of Akihito’s predecessor still linger, the days until Akihito’s departure for England pass mired in memories of conflict and misunderstandings. Having confronted his past, Katsuragi finally reveals his true feelings, telling Akihito that two years away is too long. When Akihito hands him a ticket to accompany him to England, will Katsuragi throw caution to the wind or are his ties to the Kuze house too strong? -- VIZ Media
Release on 2020-03-23 | by William D Brewer,Hester Davenport,Julia A Shaffer
Author: William D Brewer,Hester Davenport,Julia A Shaffer
Category: Literary Criticism
Regularly the subject of cartoonists and satirical novelists, Mary Robinson achieved public notoriety as the mistress of the young Prince of Wales (George IV). Her association with figures such as William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft, and comparisons with Charlotte Smith, make her a serious figure for scholarly research.