The flower maidens of Moonlight Garden are desired by all, as they are known to provide sexual pleasures beyond the imagination. The story follows Dohwa, a young flower maiden who has not yet “bloomed.” She creates potions in the hopes of escaping her fate at the brothel. One night, she is caught stealing ingredients for her potions by Lady Hyewon, the new mistress of the Garden. But it turns out Dohwa isn’t the only one with an objective. Lady Hyewon harbors a few terrible secrets of her own.
Yet again, the year went by in a flash, or at least that’s how it feels to me. And in old YuriReviews fashion, we’ll of course talk about our highlights of this oh so short year, so let’s just get right to it.
I feel like, compared to 2015, 2016 had a noticeably larger amount of yuri content to offer to us, especially when it comes to Visual Novels. FLOWERS, Kindred Spirits on the Roof, and Nurse Love Addiction, just to name some big titles here. But that’s the thing, despite having them and numerous others, it doesn’t just stop there. There are actually even more in the making right now, and that is a situation that has never, ever been there before. Continue reading
Title: What Does The Fox Say?
Author: Team Gaji
Genre: Drama, Romance, Yuri, Adult
Just as more or less promised in the last “Don’t Know What To Read Next” post, here’s the hopefully long-awaited review of this Manhwa~
Despite the weird sounding title that might lead your mind to some very specific places and one very specific song, this manga—or manhwa—deals with nothing more and nothing less than sex, romance, and sexy office ladies. Quite promising, I know.
The story starts off with newcomer Ju Sungji getting introduced to her coworkers in her new workplace, a game development company. Her beauty and cold initial appearance leave her standing out quite a lot on her first day alone. However, as we’re slowly getting to know her better, we’ll see that that’s not all there is to her. Especially whenever their stern and quite beautiful team manager Sung Sumin shows up, we get to see her act drastically different.