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Tokyo Boys & Girls, Vol. 4 (Tokyo Boys & Girls #4)

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Summer is finally here and a hotheaded Kazukita tries to force himself on a confused and frightened Mimori! She barely escapes that harrowing situation only to go home and find another. She has to deal with her parents' impending separation! Finding herself unable to cope with her mother's problems, she escapes with Nana and Ran to Kazukita's apartment only to have Atsushi ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published April 4th 2006 by VIZ Media LLC (first published January 1996)
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Styler Ribarovic
Feb 03, 2012 Styler Ribarovic rated it liked it
Haru was kind of a dick in this volume and Kuniyasha has almost zero personality so at this point I don't really care who she ends up with in the final volume.
Jamie
Oct 04, 2016 Jamie rated it it was amazing
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The problems in Mimori and Haruta’s relationship finally come out in the open. Haruta can’t seem to let go of the past and trust Mimori, and so he’s still gruff and hardly listens to her. Mimori’s difficult home life and constant meddling in other people’s affairs start to weigh heavy on her, but she just can’t seem to confide in Haru. The couple’s inability to communicate is a big issue that many couples face, and I liked seeing it written out so well.

I was also concerned that Haru’s big childh
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Sophie
Aug 03, 2016 Sophie rated it did not like it
I mentioned before on the review of Vol.1 that I was concerned about the author confusing force with romance. And here it appeared again... we are meant to love Haru because he loves Mimori, but he tries to force himself on her, and basically says that if she doesn't sleep with him then she doesn't love him (eerrrrm.. EMOTIONAL BLACKMAIL?!). Considering that the audience for this manga is largely young girls, it is worrying that this behaviour is meant to be seen as romantic or lovable. It ...more
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Miki Aihara (相原実貴 Aihara Miki) is a Japanese female manga artist noted for creating the manga series Hot Gimmick and the series Tokyo Boys & Girls. She debuted with the series Lip Conscious in the manga magazine Betsucomi.
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