Series: Beauty is the Beast

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Beauty is the Beast, Volume 1 by Tomo Matsumoto1
Beauty is the Beast, Volume 2 by Tomo Matsumoto2
Beauty is the Beast, Volume 3 by Tomo Matsumoto3
Beauty is the Beast, Volume 4 by Tomo Matsumoto4
Beauty is the Beast, Volume 5 by Tomo Matsumoto5

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Series description

When bubbly eleventh-grader Eimi Yamashita finds out that her parents are relocating for work, she decides to strike out on her own and move into a dormitory for girls. Little does Eimi suspect the exciting romantic adventures that await her there!

Eimi's fellow residents are a little bit crazy but a whole lot of fun. They've got a secret mission planned for Eimi's new resident initiation...and it has something to do with sneaking into the boys' dormitory across the street and returning with a special keepsake! Can Eimi pull it off without getting caught by one of the handsomest (and cruelest) boys in the dorm?

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