Series: Sensual Phrase

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Sensual Phrase, Vol. 1 by Mayu Shinjo1
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 2 by Mayu Shinjo2
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 3 by Mayu Shinjo3
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 4 by Mayu Shinjo4
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 5 by Mayu Shinjo5
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 6 by Mayu Shinjo6
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 7 by Mayu Shinjo7
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 8 by Mayu Shinjo8
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 9 by Mayu Shinjo9
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 10 by Mayu Shinjo10
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 11 by Mayu Shinjo11
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 12 by Mayu Shinjo12
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 13 by Mayu Shinjo13
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 14 by Mayu Shinjo14
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 15 by Mayu Shinjo15
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 16 by Mayu Shinjo16
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 17 by Mayu Shinjo17
Sensual Phrase, Vol. 18 by Mayu Shinjo18
Kaikan Phrase Super Edition: SA•KU•YA by 新條 まゆFanbook

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Series description

Sakuya Ookochi is the young, handsome lead singer for the up and coming group Lucifer. He seems to have everything: looks, talent, a fancy car, yet he also has a deeply troubled past and a too strong personality. His life is changed when he nearly runs down Aine Yukimura. She is a teenager with a talent for words, and Sakuya falls in love with her and her lyrics immediately. Aine also falls in love with Sakuya, but their relationship faces many obstacles. Obsessive fan girls, Sakuya's half brother, and members of rival bands are just some of the things that stand in the way of Aine & Sakuya's love.


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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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