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Hana-Kimi Vol. 3: Men At Work

Hana-Kimi Volume 3

Men At Work
Izumi, his friend Nakatsu and our crossdressing heroine Mizuki are hired to work at a beach chalet run by the family of weird school nurse Dr. Umeda! But when Kagurazaka--Izumi's high-jump rival--shows up with his two younger sisters in tow, the job gets personal! Kagurazaka's attractive sister Tamami has a crush on Izumi too, and she sees Izumi's classmate Mizuki as a way to find out about the object of her affections. And then someone realizes that Mizuki's actually a girl...
Hisaya Nakajo
199 Pages
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You've read Volume 3. Now check out Volume 4!

Hana-Kimi Vol. 4: Clothes Make The Man

Clothes Make The Man

Hana-Kimi Vol. 4

All-male Osaka High School is holding its annual war of the dorms, and for the students, there is no escape!Unfortunately, even though she'd be happy to just compete in the 500-meter relay, Mizuki is forced to enter the Cross-Dressing Pageant...and pretend to be a boy pretending to be a girl! Worse still, a rival dorm targets Mizuki as a threat to their athletic supremacy! Can dorm chief Minami Nanba make winners out of this class while dealing with his own secret traumas? Plus a bonus story, The Thirsty Moon!
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