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Love me love me not

Sakisaka, Io
"Fast friends Yuna and Akari are complete opposites--Yuna is an idealist, while Akari is a realist. When lady-killer Rio and the oblivious Kazuomi join their ranks, love and friendship become quite complicated!... Love and friendship have become quite complicated for these four friends. After dreaming about kissing Yuna, Rio can't stop thinking about her. Meanwhile, Akari pursues Kazuomi, but it seems he's not interested in her?"--Provided by publisher.

Rated T, for Teen.|||adolescent

story and art by Io Sakisaka ; adaptation, Nancy Thistlethwaite ; translation, JN Productions ; touch-up art & lettering, Sara Linsley.

Translated from the Japanese.

Translation of Omoi, omoware, furi, farare. 5.

"First published in Japan in 2015 by SHUEISHA Inc., Tokyo"--Colophon.

Reads from right to left.

Parental advisory: "[R]ecommended for ages 13 and up. This story centers around teenage relationships"--Colophon.
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