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Nanaco Robin, volume 1 (Nanaco robin #1)

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Yoshino Nako has a saying. "If I'm happy, I can do anything!"

In her sister's place, Nako-chan steals the groom of an arranged (political) marriage and helps them elope. But when the Hayami group starts failing, she must pay the consequence by housing the delinquent brother...
Published 2008
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Nɪɴᴀ {Words and Water}
Hehe the cutest, happy-go-lucky manga I've read in a long time. I really liked how it ended. Definitely good for when you're feeling down. Hehe, light, funny, and the protag is definitely not a push over/annoying character who loses their awesomeness after they discover they like the other protag. Though her persistence was a little annoying, it was a part of her character so it makes sense.
Aya's another workds! And it's so different (make me forget about Love*Com a bit) and still it's so hilarious, comedy, romance, and touching scene (in the end).
Voilà un bon moment de passé avec le premier tome de cette série, en route pour la suite.

Ma chronique complète :
[Ch. 1-4:]

I don't know if it is custom in the Japanese culture 'to sell' your kids for money? It seems to occur a lot.. also moving in with the potential love interest. I don't know, seems kinda odd to me.. -___-

Konatsu is such an entertaining character! ^_^
And I love Buu-chan.. she's got such spirit! :D
Awww, Shun-kun is so cute. *glomps*
really fun. reminds me of lovely complex.
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Aya Nakahara is an award-winning Japanese comic book author who made her debut in 1995. She is most famous for her Kansai-dialect romantic comedy series Lovely Complex (also known as ラブコン or LoveCom) which as well as spawning a feature film and a 24-episode animated television series has been translated into many different languages and has been published across the world.

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