New books have arrived at Akadot, and guess what? They’re in print! That means they take up real space on your shelf, are made of real paper, and, well, are here to bring you real yaoi action! Whether you’re in the mood to catch up on everyone’s favorite “men’s health” doctor, or would rather read about adorable boys on their ways in and out of college, we’ve got you covered. For real. (Well, the books are for real. The men, sadly, are not. Someone really needs to fix that.)
Adorable Iori is off to Tokyo for university, and he’s got to find a place to live! When he quickly sniffs out a sweet (but strange) deal on an apartment with an older roommate, he can’t believe his good luck. But will Iori soon discover that life in the city has plenty of other surprises in store?
Caramel concocts a perfect parfait of delicious romantic tension, hopeful daydreaming…and plenty of homemade pudding! Can a busy, bossy exec and a bubbly student successfully share a home? And just why is one of ‘em so scared of the dark?
Now that Dr. Chihiro Saikawa has the stunning Ayumi all to himself, he can’t wait to bring him unbelievable pleasure! But what happens when a new hospital intern shows up with an incredible gift all his own? Will Ayumi measure up…or meekly surrender his position?
I’ve Seen It All matches a gifted physician with his ideal mate in a case study for passionate romance! When the stresses and strains of a life in medicine begin to take their toll, this sweet couple must quickly rise to the occasion…or risk losing their once-in-a-lifetime connection!
Mizuha can’t accept control of a massive company a year after college graduation…can he? His interviewer—the sly, seductive secretary Satake—seems to think he’s the perfect candidate for the job. Is Mizuha’s humdrum life about to get unbelievably exciting?
Love Makes Everything Right proves that surprisingly great fortune sometimes lands right in your lap! Can a young man negotiate the ins and outs of business deals and a budding romance? When the time comes to sign on the dotted line, you’ve got to be in total control.