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Ai Ore!: Love Me, Vol. 1 by Mayu Shinjo1
Ai Ore!: Love Me, Vol. 2 by Mayu Shinjo2
Ai Ore!: Love Me, Vol. 3 by Mayu Shinjo3
Ai Ore!: Love Me, Vol. 4 by Mayu Shinjo4
Ai Ore!: Love Me, Vol. 5 by Mayu Shinjo5
Ai Ore!: Love Me, Vol. 6 by Mayu Shinjo6
Ai Ore!, Vol. 7: Love Me! by Mayu Shinjo7
Ai Ore!, Vol. 8 by Mayu Shinjo8

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Akira Shiraishi, a boy from an all-boys high school, Dankaisan, decides to pursue Mizuki Sakurazaka, from the neighbouring all-girls Saint Nobara High. While Akira is known as a "princess" in his school, Mizuki is a tomboy and the "prince" of her school. Mizuki is also the leader of an all girls band called "Blue Roses" and in order to woo her Akira joins the band. Only the band members know that he is male while the rest of Saint Nobara students believe him to be a girl. This deals with Mizuki's dilemma to accept Akira or not and the situations that arise from his presence at Saint Nobara.

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