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The Wallflower, Vol. 17 (The Wallflower #17)

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Just when Sunako and the four hottest guys in Japan had finally gotten used to living together, their landlady springs a shocking surprise: She’s going to remodel the mansion and they’ll be temporarily relocated to a luxury hotel. Now Sunako and the guys are living it up in a gorgeous five-star pleasure palace–exactly the type of place Sunako can’t stand.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published September 30th 2008 by Del Rey (first published January 1st 2006)
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Oct 25, 2016 Luna rated it really liked it
Overall series review (mostly) 4 Stars - so far, I’ve still got a few to go…
Additional: Like most long running series there are some duff chapters/volumes

The Wallflower, Vol. 17 was another fun addition to the series.

With four chapters (“mini-stories”) that aren’t really connected, I really enjoyed 3 of the 4, the other one was okay. Starting off with chapter 67 - we get the guys, having another idea to turn Sunako-chan into a “lady” (“pretty”) and totally manipulate her into having a girls day with Noi. I love the girl bonding between the two, and the friendship they have, Noi is awesome in her acceptance and defense of Sunako! Next we have cha
The chapter that made this volume was "The Dream They Both Shared", where Sunako and Kyouhei are forced to live together. After the episode where they had to dance, I thought Sunako had become used to Kyouhei's 'brightness'; however, in the last chapter, again she has a nose-bleed. I was wondering until when? Luckily Kyouhei makes her realize that she has to get used to him, so she changed a little bit. They became partners, if not friends.

But what I liked the most was that she finally confesses
Apr 24, 2011 Ubalstecha rated it liked it
This instalment of the series sees Sunako going shopping with Noi while the boys spy, Kyohei and Sunako participate in a ballroom dance competition and the landlady deciding to civilize Kyohei so that he will be a better boyfriend for Sunako. The final story sees the Sunako and the boys decamping to a hotel while the landlady renovates the house. Sunako can't handle the hotel life and disappears. Can the boys find her in time?

Fun and outrageous romp.
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Feb 16, 2009 Sarah Evans rated it it was amazing
The last couple of volumes of this have been lots of fun because not only is the gang up to their old tricks but Sunako is coming out of her shell and discovering things about herself. Including that she actually maybe kind of likes living with the guys. Or at least it's not total hell.
Feb 05, 2016 Lauren rated it it was amazing
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Loved this series. I love reverse harem type series especially when the girl is considered to be 'plain.' Nakahara was a hilarious character and I loved all of her creepy ways.

It was similar in my mind to Boys Over Flowers. Same general concept and characters.
A fun volume that seems to advance the plot a bit more than the previous ones have. We'll see how it goes, but unfortunately I'm not able to access Volume 18, for the moment, without paying for it. Not sure it's good enough to make that kind of investment.
Jul 18, 2016 Thetravelingpanda rated it it was amazing
Sunako-chan and Noi becoming friends!!!! I don't know why but I like Noi too... oh and the episode of Sunako and Kyohei living together was really cute. Without knowing it the two of them are really domestic!
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Tomoko Hayakawa (はやかわ ともこ, Hayakawa Tomoyo) is a Japanese artist and writer, best known for her ongoing manga The Wallflower, which has spawned both an anime and a live action series.
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