Ai Yori Aoshi, Vol. 14
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Ai Yori Aoshi, Vol. 14 (Ai yori aoshi #14)

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Tina invites everyone to Kyushu to visit the hot springs there. Much to Kaoru's dismay men and women are allowed to bathe together so he must join his lady friends. When the group arrives at Hakata, Tina's home prefecture, she insists on getting some alone time with Kaoru, and then convinces him to act like her boyfriend.
Paperback Manga, 192 pages
Published October 3rd 2006 by Tokyopop (first published 2004)
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Peter
This was definitely one of the better volumes. I felt it stayed on the primary plotline without too many annoying and irrelevant diversions, and served to further the plot, unlike some others that if you didn't know you were skipping them the plot wouldn't suffer at all. But let's face it, if you're looking at reviews of volume 14, you've pretty much decided by now whether to finish the series.
*Queen Diva*
Oh Tina! Poor Kaoru....it must be hard to have so many women in love with you when you're a nice guy and don't want to break anyone's heart!

It also must be hard for Aoi to have to watch it all happen! Oh dear!

On to the next!
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