Series: Aishiteruze Baby★★

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Aishiteruze Baby★★, Vol. 1 by Yoko Maki1
Aishiteruze Baby★★, Vol. 2 by Yoko Maki2
Aishiteruze Baby★★, Vol. 3 by Yoko Maki3
Aishiteruze Baby★★, Vol. 4 by Yoko Maki4
Aishiteruze Baby★★, Vol. 5 by Yoko Maki5
Aishiteruze Baby★★, Vol. 6 by Yoko Maki6
Aishiteruze Baby★★, Vol. 7 by Yoko Maki7

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Series description

High school playboy Kippei finds himself in charge of his 5-year old cousin, Yuzuyu, after her mother disappears. Now Kippei must learn to deal with raising a child.


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