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Boys Over Flowers Vol. 23: Boys Over Flowers, Volume 23

Boys Over Flowers Volume 23

Boys Over Flowers, Volume 23
Tsukushi ends her visit at her parents' quiet seaside home and returns to Tokyo. She is welcomed back with a "girls' night out" and ends up meeting a ton of guys! Unfortunately they all turn out to be losers. In fact, one of the boys turns out to be downright terrifying and bears a striking resemblance to a certain curly haired ex-boyfriend! Could they be related?!
Yoko Kamio
183 Pages
$6.99

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Boys Over Flowers Vol. 24: Boys Over Flowers, Volume 24

Boys Over Flowers, Volume 24

Boys Over Flowers Vol. 24

Tsukushi has been unconscious for two days and wakes up in Tsukasa's cousin's home! This terrifying man saved her life and now he's courting her! What is the secret behind this mysterious cousin who so closely resembles Tsukasa, and what could be the reason for his intense hatred of Tsukasa? Why does Tsukasa not know anything about him?
185 Pages
$6.99

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