I saw a copy of this manga volume while browsing the shelves at my local library. I decided to check it out and give it a try.
Chouko is the main character of Butterflies, Flowers. Her family had been wealthy until Chouko's father failed in his investments and had to send the servants away. A decade after the family lost its wealth, Chouko's father owns a small ramen shop. Chouko applies for a job at a large real estate firm, and it turns out her boss is the son of her family's former chauffeur. While he acts like a tyrant to her at the workplace, her boss has actually had a crush on her since they were young. The manga follows this romantic conflict.
Butterflies, Flowers was an OK manga, but it's not a series I'm going to go out of my way to track down more volumes of. However, if I ever come across the next volume at the library, I might check it out just to see if the story progresses or not. With the subject matter involved, this series is not meant for younger readers. I would personally recommend Butterflies, Flowers to manga readers who are 18 years of age and older.
I wrote this review after checking out a copy of this manga volume through the King County Library System.
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