Candy Color Paradox Vol. 1 by Isaku Natsume

3
(1 customer review)

Satoshi Onoe prides himself on his good writing and ethical reporting for the weekly magazine he writes for. But when the stakeout teams are shuffled around, he ends up being paired up with Motoharu Kaburagi, an ill-mannered photographer who’s nothing but trouble. Onoe despises Kaburagi’s haphazard and unethical reporting methods, and the two constantly fight. But as they spend more time together, Kaburagi’s two-faced attitude makes Onoe begin to see him in a different light.

CreatorIsaku Natsume
Japanese Title飴色パラドックス
Japanese Title (Romaji)Ameiro Paradox
Japanese PublisherShinshokan
English PublisherSuBLime

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1 review for Candy Color Paradox Vol. 1 by Isaku Natsume

  1. midgeyu

    There’s nothing especially special about this workplace romance, but it does what it does well. I appreciate its balance of light-heartedness with the occasional more serious moments. It’s also always nice to find a long-ish BL series where you can follow the couple through the development of their relationship. Onoe can be a bit immature at times, which sometimes makes it hard to buy him as as a working professional, but it balances out well enough over the course of the series with his pride in his work to not bother me. I also appreciate the insight into an industry that I never really thought about much before. Anyway, if you’re looking for a workplace romance that isn’t your typical generic office setting, give this a shot.

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