Sweet and Sensitive

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ADV Manga, Jan 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
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Ee-Ji is torn between two men, and in the arena of high school, this type of problem could quickly prove catastrophic. She still holds a certain fondness for her elementary school crush, Han-Kyul, but she has also fallen prey to the bad-boy syndrome, as she develops feelings for Sae-Ryun, his crude and vulgar best friend. Tempers flare and quarrels ensue, and a few mysteries concerning Sae-Ryun and Han-Kyul keep Ee-Ji's interest sparked, but the day will soon come when she must decide, or things will be decided for her...

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Sweet & Sensitive Volume 2

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

In addition to releasing translated Japanese manga, some American companies, including ADV and Tokyopop, are publishing Korean comics, known as manhwa. In this manhwa romance, high school freshman Ee ... Read full review

Review: Sweet & Sensitive Volume 1 (Sweet & Sensitive #1)

User Review  - Sarah - Goodreads

Not as great as i thought. It's your usual two sets of best friends some kind of relationship thing, woah family issues. Read full review

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