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Boys Over Flowers Vol. 19: Boys Over Flowers, Volume 19

Boys Over Flowers Volume 19

Boys Over Flowers, Volume 19
When Tsukushi is left homeless, she has no choice but to become a maid in the mansion of her on-and-off boyfriend, Tsukasa. Not only that, but she becomes his own personal maid! Her duties include the dreaded task of waking him up in the morning, a job normally left to three people. Then Tsukasa orders her to come to his room unseen at midnight, causing Tsukushi to panic. Will this pull them closer together or push them further apart?!
Yoko Kamio
183 Pages
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Boys Over Flowers Vol. 20: Boys Over Flowers, Volume 20

Boys Over Flowers, Volume 20

Boys Over Flowers Vol. 20

Tsukushi has agreed to be Tsukasa's girlfriend! But there's a hitch--she'll go out with him for only two months to see if she can truly love him. Tsukasa is off to a bad start when he ends up smacking the womanizing new boyfriend of Tsukushi's friend Yuki at the end of a double date, making Tsukushi furious. Then Sojiro of the F4 helps Yuki by exacting a little revenge on her playboy boyfriend, and the two wind up on a date together. Tsukushi is worried to death about Sojiro taking advantage of her good friend. The question is…who is using whom?
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