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Hana-Kimi Vol. 21: Chasing Dreams

Hana-Kimi Volume 21

Chasing Dreams
Love is in the air at Osaka High School--bittersweet and true, as Nakao confesses his feelings for Minami, and Noe receives a Valentine's Day chocolate from a girl. While the whole gang goes to the bowling alley, Mizuki finds some time alone with Sano. How much longer can she pretend to be a boy? How much longer can she hide who she is...and who she loves?
Hisaya Nakajo
183 Pages
$6.99

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Hana-Kimi Vol. 22: Out of the Closet?

Out of the Closet?

Hana-Kimi Vol. 22

When Mizuki is almost caught changing clothes, the school goes wild with rumors about a mysterious girl on campus! Can our heroine keep her secret, or will she be outed and separated from Sano, just when their relationship is blossoming?
191 Pages
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