I was especially excited about the release of this manga because I enjoy Konohara Narise's story telling and Ogura Muku's art, so I thought their combination would create a great read. I was not disappointed.
Togame, the adult video film maker, and Yorozu, the high school student who works in a love hotel, clash with each other due to their own presumptions about the other's character. Yorozu distrusts Togame because of his occupation and the fact that he is gay, while Togame views Yorozu as a brat. However, over the course of this volume, they gradually begin to learn more about each other.
Volume 1 is where both characters get closer together from being, well, complete strangers, so they have not had sex yet. Also, Yorozu is not 18 yet, and Togame, despite assumptions, is a responsible adult and doesn't force him into it. The relationship between Togame and Yorozu develops slowly, and by the end of the volume, there are many things unsaid between them that have to be confronted.
One interesting thing that I think will be a problem later on is Yorozu's motive for starting a relationship with Togame. This is something I definitely want to see addressed in volume 2.
Overall, it is a beautifully portrayed manga. I recommend it to readers who enjoy slow-pace story line with gradually developing relationships.