Il Gatto Sul G Volumes
Atsushi Ikeda is your typical "nice guy." He's so nice, he even has this habit of bringing stray cats home. But even he is quite unprepared for what turns up at his doorstep one day...a cut and bloodied young man. The injured boy turns out to be famous violinist, Riya Narukawa. He decides to look after the young musician, even giving him a key to his apartment in case Riya needs a place of refuge. But Riya has been on his own most of his life and is quite unsure as to how to react to Atsushi's acts of kindness. Worse, Riya actually has another personality within him that is not so frail and timid as his other self. Listen to the duet of Atsushi and Riya as the seeds of attraction begin to blossom between them.
In Volume 2, the crescendo builds as “Black” Riya becomes more dominant and, if he has his way, would erase “White” Riya from existence. But whichever personality surfaces, kind and compassionate Atsushi is ready to burst into a torch song for Riya, after realizing that he is in love with the confused young man. Upperclassman Kousaka, however, is set in derailing the symphony that is Atsushi’s and Riya’s relationship. Kousaka, you see, has feelings for Riya as well. Will the concert end with a standing ovation or is Il Gatto Sul G. a one hit wonder?
In this final volume of the Il Gatto saga, things come to a head when White Riya becomes aware of his other personality, while the otherwise self-assured Black Riya is fast becoming lost in the confusion. Meanwhile, White is being drawn to spend the night with his violent sempai Kousaka. But on the other hand, Black is trying to seduce the gentle and protective Atsushi.
Only one Riya will be left standing in the end. But who will it be? Black or White?