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Only Serious About You, Volume 1 by Kai Asouvolume 1
Only Serious About You, Volume 2 by Kai Asouvolume 2
Stepping Stones to Love by Kai AsouExtra

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Series description

Naoki Oosawa is a hard-working single dad. He divides his time between work at a Japanese restaurant, caring for his daughter Chizu, and just generally trying to make ends meet. Seiichi Yoshioka is an openly homosexual playboy who clearly has a crush on Oosawa, but also has a reputation as a serial dater, making him even less appealing to Oosawa than his gender alone would render him. But when Chizu comes down with a fever, it is Yoshioka who steps up to the plate and offers a helping hand. Is there more to this man than Oosawa first assumed? And does love really take gender into account?

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