User Reviews For: Addicted to His Touch
This is so interesting. Art is really nice. The story flow is really good too. These characters are so developed that I'm hooked on finding out how their relationship will evolve. So far we're getting insight into the mc's dilemma of coming to terms with his new awakening. I like how Makato isn't as big of a pushover as I thought he'd be. This is very original and I like it!
Ok, wow. This took a turn I did not expect. I thought this would be an interesting story about a straight guy falling for a gay guy and becoming "addicted" to his touch in that "I'm so in love with you" way. Nope!! Without giving too much away, this got dark and unnerving. Very stalker-obsession-crazy unnerving. Can't decide if I'll keep reading it, but beware if you don't like stalker-level obsession and unhealthy relationship dynamics. Like, I want to know what happens.... But at the same time, I just dont want to read it because of how disturbing it's gotten.
Maybe some what of a Spoiler.... I read all that has come out thus far, and they been engaging, it leaves you wanting to know what going to happen next. I also love the art work. However, I do fear the story line is taking a turn in a Direction I don't care for personally. I do not enjoy psycho stalker type story lines which I fear is what this is turning into. I know I would like a heads up when a story line is about stalkers or forced sex when possible so I can avoid them. So take my review based on that, cause like I said otherwise it is engaging with good art, which is why I gave it 5 stars. I am invested into this so I hope it turns back around. Will edit or add a New review if it dose.
I found the story interesting, but the ending was very sad. It seems like Kei becomes a victim of Makoto (Munchausen Syndrome) & that's too bad, I wish it would have ended better for him.
Could have been better... interesting premises, however it only lightly touched the surface and never addressed the interesting issues of the characters' traumatic background... and never ever approached the topic of overcoming and healing... and so it felt incomplete because you leave the characters in a disturbed state and I found it frustrating...like you have there all the roots for a deep psychological story but you can only read the prologue...
While I initially enjoyed the story, it turned a bit too dark & twisted towards the end with very little foreshadowing. The idea of a straight guy coming to terms with his sexuality was developed nicely; however Makoto's motivation is still a mystery. There's an allusion to something in his past, but no explanations and too many questions. I'm wishing now I had rented it for the 48 hours, because I doubt I will read this again. I'm not a fan of overly possessive partners, especially since the ending was too neatly wrapped out.
Surprisingly dark development. Really playfull.
I give the artist for the manga props, as well as the one who developed the story line (if it is a different person). It's a story that keeps you interested, wanting to know more, and also has a surprising twist. A good read!