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Title(s): Watashi no Yaban na Geboku
私の野蛮な下僕
My Wild Servant
Author(s): NARUMI Yutta
Artist(s): NARUMI Yutta
Genres: Smut, Yaoi
Start Date: 2009
Status: Completed
Summary:
Chapter 1 From Attractive Fascinante:
TouyaÂ’s caretaker was sick and got the grandson, Okutera You, as his replacement. Okutera was a rash and arrogant guy. But he showed his gentleness when he comforted the sad Touya. Touya gradually fell in love with him. In the end, who was the master?

Chapter 2-3:
Tama, an actor, meets his step-brother on a shoot. Katsuki ran away when their parents found out that Tama and Katsuki were in a relationship. Tama still loves Katsuki, but something is keeping Katsuki from accepting his brother again.

Chapter 4:
A doctor is willing to do anything for his lover.

Chapter 5:
Story between an Av actor and director.

Chapter 6:
Salaryman gets attacked by his drunken kouhai.

Chapter 7:
continues chapter 1
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