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Love★Com Vol. 7: Love★Com, Volume 7

Love★Com Volume 7

Love★Com, Volume 7
Risa is sick of having her emotions yanked back and forth by her feelings for Ôtani, so she decides once and for all to just be friends. But when she tells Ôtani that she's getting over him, he freaks out and tells her not to! Has the comedy duo turned into a couple?
Aya Nakahara
177 Pages
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Risa and Ôtani are totally dating! But it's totally weird. Risa is so used to treating Ôtani like a friend that she has no idea how to act like a girlfriend. Luckily, Ôtani knows just where to go to save a failing date. Could this be happily ever after? Not if Risa's new rival has anything to say about it!
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