Six months after Junya and Uzuki truly got back together, they were still juggling their lives in two different worlds, boinking each other crazy every chance they got, then Uzuki's world clashed into Junya's in an unexpected way.
Plot wise, it's weaker here than the first book. I still didn't feel the Yakuza world that much except from what Junya thought looking at his lover - and it mostly focused on look and wardrobes; the "crisis" was mediocre at best - I was hoping for more bloodbath than these; the sex got overblown. Despite the though guy act Junya showed, I thought he turned wishy-washy.
...and I'm disappointed there's no much Iwatsuki appearance here. Oh well...