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I"s Vol. 12: Room 305

I"s Volume 12

Room 305
Teratani has invited the group to celebrate graduation by staying at his family's resort hotel. He even arranges to have Ichitaka share a room with Iori. Although finally alone together, the young couple find themselves awash in a mixture of love, bashfulness and embarrassment. Just when it seems they might be able to relax and enjoy themselves, trouble appears in the form of uninvited guests, bringing new dangers that threaten to destroy Ichitaka's chance at happiness and Iori's budding acting career in a single stroke! Now Ichitaka must find a way to salvage both.
Masakazu Katsura
189 Pages
$6.99

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I"s Vol. 13: Living Alone

Living Alone

I"s Vol. 13

After graduating high school, Ichitaka and Iori begin a new stage of life. Iori's career gets increasingly busy when she lands a role on a television drama. Meanwhile, Ichitaka takes a big step of his own--moving out of his parents' house and into his own apartment. With the luxury of freedom comes a new surprise--next door to him lives the pretty young Aso. Now while Iori struggles with the pressures of training, performing and success, Ichitaka must struggle with a new temptation. Will Iori and Ichitaka grow further apart, as they both fear, or will love keep them together?
189 Pages
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