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The Wallflower 7: Yamatonadeshiko Shichihenge (Wallflower: Yamatonadeshiko… (edition 2006)

by Tomoko Hayakawa

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Title:The Wallflower 7: Yamatonadeshiko Shichihenge (Wallflower: Yamatonadeshiko Shichihenge)
Authors:Tomoko Hayakawa
Info:Del Rey (2006), Paperback, 192 pages
Collections:Read but unowned
Rating:***
Tags:manga, shoujo, romance, humor, foreign

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The Wallflower, Vol. 7 by Tomoko Hayakawa

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I think Wallflower is losing its spark... While I did still really enjoy one or two of the stories, for the most part Vol. 7 is just okay. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345483715, Paperback)

PAPA? MAMA?

Four of Japan’s hottest guys are doing their best in their mission to turn dark, macabre Sunako into a dainty young woman. Gorgeous Ranmaru is famous for his smooth way with the ladies. But when a cute toddler named Rin shows up calling Ranmaru “Daddy,” it seems that Ranmaru’s days of swinging bachelorhood may be over! Ranmaru swears that Rin is not his kid, but they sure look an awful lot alike.

Ranmaru does his darndest to avoid the little boy, but Sunako turns out to have a soft spot for the little squirt. It looks like Ranmaru just might have to accept his role as father–and Sunako seems like the perfect mom. Will motherhood finally turn Sunako into a true lady?

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The four hunks have almost despaired of turning Sunako into a lady when a toddler named Rin shows up and starts calling Ranmaru "Daddy." Ranmaru denies being his father, but Sunako softens up around the boy. Could he be what finally transforms her?

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