Dear My Boy by Saki

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Young Master Motoi lost his mother at a young age, just after Sumiya, a butler to the Nikaido Family, had been assigned to care for the Young Master. As a result, Young Master Motoi becomes attached to Sumiya and eventually asks him to wear a maid’s dress. Sumiya kindly complies with the Young Master’s wishes up until Motoi is sent to boarding school. The first few days were hard for Sumiya, and then those days turned to weeks, then months, and after seven years apart, Young Master Motoi comes back, but he is definitely not as “”Young”” as he used to be! What will come of Young Master Motoi’s homecoming? Will the Master/Servant pair be as attached to the hip as they once were… or more?

CreatorSaki
Japanese Title
Japanese Title (Romaji)Dear My Boy
Japanese PublisherHOME-Sha
English Publisherfutekiya

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1 review for Dear My Boy by Saki

  1. guety

    Both relationships in this manga are pretty cliché and the story isn’t really deep or anything, but it’s cute and the art is nice so it’s fine. Sometimes you just need a simple, cute story with some spicy scenes and this manga provides just that. The characters are pretty cute, particularly the ukes.

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