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My Boyfriend at the Hanagaya Sales Office Comic

Yasuaki's a corporate hot-shot who worked overseas, but due to a messy inter-office relationship, he was demoted and sent back to Japan. Waiting for Yasuaki, who's been burned in every relationship he's had, is his new boss, Mr. Nagamine, who, rumor has it, has every person swooning over him...

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Flutter Comic

Asada is hypnotized by a handsome co-worker he sees on the street nearly every day. So when the two men are paired up for a high-pressure project, he can't believe his good luck! But what will happen when Asada's defenses are shaken by their immediate, undeniable connection? Flutter beats with the racing pulses of brand-new lovers! When success at work leads to an after-hours confession, an exciting relationship sparks to life. But is the flash of intimacy the beginning of a fiery blaze...or just a passing flicker?

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Seven Comic

Nana (no-name in Japanese) has no memory of his childhood before the age of twelve, when a store owner took him in and cruelly named him. The only clues to Nana's past life are the burn scars on his legs and his irrational fear of fire. Enter Mitsuha, a vagabond writer, who crashes Nana's place at the insistence of a mutual friend. At first, Nana loathes Mitsuha's very existence - although he can't sleep alone, Nana doesn't like it when his new roommate climbs into bed with him, either - but eventually, he warms to Mitsuha's insincerity and kindness and finds happiness waking beside him. Can their budding relationship help Nana come to terms with his unknown past? Are Mitsuha's feelings real, or is Nana simply a replacement for someone he lost long ago? Momoko Tenzen, creator of "The Paradise on the Hill", presents two tales of haunted pasts and forbidden loves sure to intrigue and delight!

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The Paradise on the Hill Comic

Kijima teaches at an all-girls school. While his friends think Kijima's job is pretty "sweet", dealing with the daily confessions of love from adoring students can actually be rather annoying. Luckily, Ono, the new P.E. instructor, has taken the brunt of the girls' attention away. The poor guy gets attacked by scheming school girls on a daily basis! When Ono approaches Kijima for advice on how to deal with the never-ending advances from his students, Kijima finds himself intrigued by the shy, timid teacher. From the author of "Seven" comes a stirring tale of unrequited love. Will Kijima and Ono be able to find happiness together in their paradise on the hill?

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Unsophisticated and Rude Comic

Hiroto and his best friend Satoshi have been inseparable ever since they were little boys... But what's Hiroto supposed to do when Satoshi tells him that he's got a serious crush on a gorgeous (and popular) upperclassman named Nao? Hiroto wants his buddy to land the man of his dreams, of course......... but there's a brand-new feeling tugging at Hiroto's heartstrings... Can this lifelong friendship weather the stormy waters of first love? Unsophisticated and Rude reveals that boys have it just as rough as girls when it comes to sneaky flirtation, passionate confessions and getting the one you love to love you back! In these short, sweet tales of friendship and heartache, a cast of beautiful men must decide when to let their true feelings shine through......... and when to take the plunge into physical bliss! Sometimes, you have to risk everything to keep the perfect lover by your side...

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The Color of the Clear Blue Sky Comic

Sakae Sugiura wants to become a teacher, and finally gets assigned to an elementary school. There, Sakae reunites with Ryuuji Fukada, who was his teacher when he was a student there. Sakae always looked up to Fukada, who acted like a life-support for him at times. Their meeting again surprises Sakae, and he feels hesitant due to how much Fukada seems to have changed. But then, his feelings toward Fukada gradually change...

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