Dragon and Crow 1

This two volume fast paced pulp yaoi novel is an adventure filled journey with many twists and turns involving love struck men, martial arts, dancing, casinos, hotels, an amazing Manhattan loft, the NPA, the FBI, the Yakuza and a healthy dose of graphic smex In this Volume One, we meet twenty three year old graphic artist Michael Black, a Native American student of ShotokThis two volume fast paced pulp yaoi novel is an adventure filled journey with many twists and turns involving love struck men, martial arts, dancing, casinos, hotels, an amazing Manhattan loft, the NPA, the FBI, the Yakuza and a healthy dose of graphic smex In this Volume One, we meet twenty three year old graphic artist Michael Black, a Native American student of Shotokan karate and learn of how his life gets turned upside down and inside out by a mysterious stranger whom ambushes him at the dojo he attends, one evening.Note This is Part One of a 2 part story.Publisher s Note This book contains sexual content, explicit language and situations that some readers may find objectionable male male sexual practices.Genres Yaoi, Boy s Love, M M Romance, Gay
Dragon and Crow This two volume fast paced pulp yaoi novel is an adventure filled journey with many twists and turns involving love struck men martial arts dancing casinos hotels an amazing Manhattan loft the N

  • Title: Dragon and Crow 1
  • Author: Alex A. Akira
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. To all of you yaoi lovers, I found the right book for you. For those of you who are completely lost and wondering what the hell that is, yaoi focuses on homoerotic male relationships that are usually written by female authors. It is more commonly known as Boys' Love. You should also know that yaoi novels usually take more than one novel to complete. Basically, if you want to know the ending, you will have to buy both volumes of this novel. I must also warn you that this novel is self published. [...]

    2. 3.75 starsMichael Black is looking forward to getting his brown belt, something he has worked hard to achieve. With a past filled with loss and pain and with no family of his own, he's tired of playing the field and longs to find someone to love. Although he entertains thoughts of a relationship with his Sensei, Ichiro, he believes that his crush is unrequited so he doesn't pursuit it and only takes part in meaningless hook-ups.Then one night while at the dojo he encounters the stranger that wil [...]

    3. 2.5 stars The Good: You know, I liked thepremiseof this it’s based around a family-owned Shotokan dojo and some of it’s young martial artist hot-shots. There is one cool smack-down in the dojo at the beginning of the story. There are elements of mystery, Yakuza drama, and an enigmatic MC with multiple personality disorder. Nowthatwas interesting and, ohLOVE the cover!The Bad: This is only my second yaoi read if you count Derekica Snake’s Cake, and just like that book I have to say I strugg [...]

    4. To recount the action of Dragon & Crow (2 vols.) in just a few words: Kyoshi, now a teenager once attacked as a young boy, returns to wreak vengeance on those who caused his anguish. The nature of the attack, and the consequences for the child and the adult he becomes, are complex and heart-wrenching. The story of the Dragon (Kyoshi) and the Crow (Michael) is the story of how two strong and unusual young men work together to bring about justice and to forge a strong bond of love.While bowing [...]

    5. I'll have to post this review also for the second book because they need to be read in line!I really, really enjoyed the two Dragon & Crow books or let's say the whole Dragon & Crow story very much. Good thing, they were released at the same time or I'd have gnawed my nails off waiting after the first one. ;-)It was a very captivating read, very diverse, never a dull moment and very well written - all of it ;-)! I even got quite emotional at times but I will not put in spoilers here. The [...]

    6. Dojo Boys: Dragon and Crow is an engaging read, recommended to me by respected author and friend, Andrew Ashling. Alex Akira has written a complex story of romance, abuse and lives of Dojo training. The first of a two book series, Dragon and Crow is an entanglement of dance, karate, crime detective, child abuse and revenge, all played out within a complexity of character(s).Alex does a respectable and believable job of developing a very complex, multi-personality character which the story revolv [...]

    7. Heart racing and hands clammy. I'm not even at the gym. So much smexy action that makes my head swoon with "oh".I'll provide a better review once I've calmed down and finished the book. For now, I'm just enjoying.The writing really gets you pumping.

    8. I have to say it is a very good book. It is fast paced, and the love story was great. I loved the main Characters a lot. I am now reading the second book. It was a very enjoyable read.

    9. Original Post: Blog Tour, eARC Review, Excerpt & #Giveaway: Dragon & Crow 1 (Dojo Boys #2) by Alex. A. AkiraReview by: multitaskingmommaMy Rating: 4 of 5 StarsOne of my guilty pleasures is to read yaoi. Why? Because only a handful can grab my attention and when they do, I really, really enjoy them. Thing is, this can be a difficult genre for those unused to it. It can be a trudging read if written badly. Fortunately for Dojo Boys, it was well written, though on the heavy side. Why? Well, [...]

    10. Twenty-three year old Michael Black is about to have his life turned upside-down by Kiyoshi - the quiet, shy young man his Sensei Ichiro has left in his charge. Kiyoshi has a secret, however, in the form of multiple personalities. Michael finds himself falling for Kiyoshi - but can Michael learn to love all of him, including the tragic past that left Kiyoshi this way?If you've read any of Akira's other novels, you know you're in for a yaoi novel with all the tropes. While there was less over-the [...]

    11. I have never been an excerpt of Yaoi, cause, as for fanfiction, my background is not that but “classical” romances; I have read Yaoi at the beginning, cause, at the time there wasn’t much choice, but then truly Yaoi romances remained an exception in the majority of new releases. So take my saying on this novel with this preamble: I think this was a quite interesting Yaoi novel, where the author tried to mix western and eastern approaches without betraying one or the other side.Michael Blac [...]

    12. I'm actually shocked that I didn't leave a written review for this book earlier. Perhaps I didn't feel entitled because I helped edit the 2015 version and felt too close to it. Regardless, I rated it 5* and it deserves a review.I thoroughly enjoyed reading (and editing) D&C1 and 2. I loved the Yaoi style--lots of action, over-the-top drama, and hot, hot young men. The plot moves along at a quick pace and although believability is a stretch at times--it's yaoi after all--in the context of the [...]

    13. I have no words. It's so unfuckingbelievable it is that good. I love beautiful Asian kick-ass gay men! That's all I can say. My brain is dead.

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