Series: My Girlfriend is a Geek Manga

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My Girlfriend is a Geek, Volume 1 by Pentabu1
My Girlfriend is a Geek, Volume 2 by Pentabu2
My Girlfriend is a Geek, Volume 3 by Pentabu3

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  1. My Girlfriend is a Geek, Volume 4 by Pentabu (2009)
  2. Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You, Vol. 6 by Karuho Shiina (2008)
  3. Natsume's Book of Friends, Vol. 2 by Yuki Midorikawa (2006)
  4. Otomen, Vol. 10 by Aya Kanno (2010)
  5. Genshiken: The Society for the Study of Modern Visual Culture, Volume 1 by Kio Shimoku (2002)
  6. Grand Guignol Orchestra, Vol. 1 by Kaori Yuki (2009)
  7. GATE 7, Volume 1 by CLAMP (2011)
  8. Kamisama Kiss, Vol. 1 by Julietta Suzuki (2008)
  9. Kieli, Volume 1 (Manga) by Yukako Kabei (2006)
  10. Arisa, Vol. 6 by Natsumi Ando (2010)
  11. The Story of Saiunkoku, Vol. 1 by Sai Yukino (2006)
  12. Café Latte Rhapsody by Toko Kawai (2008)
  13. Border, Volume 1 by Kazuma Kodaka (2008)
  14. Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 3 by Kyousuke Motomi (2008)
  15. The Betrayal Knows My Name, Volume 1 by Hotaru Odagiri (2006)

Series description

An university student falls in love with a pretty senior co-worker in a part-time job, only to discover that she is a hardcore boy's love fan. He is introduced to the world of BL, and he has to bear her constant jokes.


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