Series: Awkward Silence

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Awkward Silence by Hinako Takanaga1
Awkward Silence, Vol. 2 (Yaoi Manga) by Hinako Takanaga2
Awkward Silence, Vol. 3 by Hinako Takanaga3
Awkward Silence, Vol. 4 by Hinako Takanaga4

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  5. The Tyrant Falls in Love, Volume 1 by Hinako Takanaga (2000)
  6. Punch Up!, Vol. 3 by Shiuko Kano (2013)
  7. Awkward Silence, Vol. 5 by Hinako Takanaga (2016)
  8. Bad Teacher's Equation, Volume 1 by Kazuma Kodaka (2011)
  9. The Crimson Spell, Volume 1 by Ayano Yamane (2005)
  10. Love Stage!!, Volume 1 by Eiki Eiki (2011)
  11. The World's Greatest First Love: The Case of Onodera Ritsu, Volume 2 by Shungiku Nakamura (2009)
  12. Castle Mango, Volume 1 by Narise Konohara (2011)
  13. Three Wolves Mountain by 直野 儚羅 (2003)
  14. False Memories, Volume 1 by Isaku Natsume (2012)
  15. Bond of Dreams, Bond of Love, Volume 1 by Yaya Sakuragi (2008)

Series description

Toono Satoru was just asked to go on a date by Tamiya Keigo, but all Satoru does is stare blankly at him without saying a word. The truth is that Satoru is so happy right now he could burst, He's had a crush on Tamiya for the longest time and never thought the feelings might be mutual. Unfortunately for Satoru, his emotions never show on his face and he barely ever talks. Naturally, this causes all sorts of misunderstandings.


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