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Fake is a seven-volume shounen-ai series by the manga-ka, Sanami Matoh. The story focuses on a romance between Randy "Ryo" Maclean and Dee Laytner, two New York City detectives from the fictitious 27th precinct. An anime version of the fifth act from the second manga is also available, in the form of an OVA. The one-off sequel "Like, like love" is only available in Japan as a part of an art book by Sanami Matoh. On May 12, 2007, the manga Fake "Second Season", a sequel, premiered in a new Japanese magazine called Hug.

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Dee & Ryo

From the first day Randy arrived at the 27th Precinct he has had nothing but trouble, his new partner, Dee Laytner has no sense of 'personal space' and insists on calling him by his Japanese name, Ryo. While on their first investigation the two meet a street punk named Bikky. When Dee and Bikky are kidnapped, it is up to Ryo to come to their rescue and all on the first day on the job! It soon becomes apparent that Ryo has taken a shine to Bikky and offers to take him in, much to Dee's protesting. Which brings us back to the 'trouble' that is Dee, who unashamedly molests Ryo by kissing him and in public no less! And Ryo isn't exactly receptive to Dee's advances; in fact, he doesn't really know how to respond or where to turn...

The prime focus of "Fake", is on the developing attraction between Dee and Ryo who also find themselves involved in in-depth cases that just so happen to delve in each characters' past showing us how they manage to struggle with those memories and what effect it has on their relationship and others that are close to them.

Dee and Ryo -the relationship between these characters is what really draws you in, Dee is very charismatic, confident, boisterous and proudly bisexual... whereas Ryo is more serious and sensitive a polar opposite personality wise. This could be considered a cliché pushy seme-passive-uke relationship, but Ryo is anything but and defiantly no "Sandra Dee", which coincidently is a standing joke throughout the manga. Dee also has a somewhat softer side, which comes into play with both Ryo and Bikky (Ryo's foster son).

You will definitely be asking yourself so many questions by the end of the first volume- When/how would they get together? Will they do more than kiss? Can Dee convince Ryo, a supposed "straight" guy, that love between two men is possible; enough to break what protective wall Ryo has built around his heart? Obviously they are both attracted to one another, but only Dee is more than willing to show it.