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Saihoshi the Guardian, Volume 1 by KOSEN

Saihoshi the Guardian, Volume 1


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I almost didn't get this book because the reviews were so lackluster. I'm glad I did anyway. I bought and enjoyed "Stallion" by Kosen and decided to try Saihoshi. The first story about the guardian is very good and the artistry is pleasing. Yes, it was irritating that the guardian story was only about half the book (as the other stories were not nearly as good). BUT, this does happen in Japanese manga. Saihoshi did end in a cliffhanger, but the second Volume is already available. Some readers may be put off by the Americanized left to right layout (as I was), but don't let that deter you if you enjoy Yaoi and are looking for something new. Is Saihoshi the best Yaoi out there? Certainly not. Did I enjoy reading it? Yes. ( )
  jshillingford | Jun 20, 2007 |
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The dainty Prince Anel must travel without military escort to a neighboring kingdom where tensions run high. Sastre, an honorable Guardian, is brought in to be Anel's only protection for the journey. Anel is enchanted by his noble bodyguard, but Sastre becomes more interested in Kaleth, the spirited servant and lover of Prince Anel. Kaleth is forced to disguise himself as the prince to be a decoy for his enemies and proceeds to stir up unfamiliar feelings in the heart of the austere Guardian. Sastre finds himself torn between duty and desire.

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