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She seems to have a very unlucky streak (mostly involving tripping over things), and has been unable to hold down any kind of permanent job because of this, until pleas from Aoi and friends convince Miyabi to allow her to work as a maid.

Well, not to sound clairvoyant or anything, but I was right.

The last episode of the volume left me with a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach that was only confirmed and deepened when I picked up the second volume.

Nanami Momozono's dad skips town, she is then visited by debt collectors and kicked out of her home.

So when a man offers her his home, she immediately accepts. See full summary » It has been one year since the end of Ai Yori Aoshi, and not much has changed.

The King falls in love with her however his brother is in love with her too. Orphaned as a young boy he has since lived with his childhood friend Kaede who lost her mother in the same accident that he lost both of his ...

She had kept a Childhood Marriage Promise to Kaoru, even though her own parents were against the idea after he ran away from the Hanabishis.

A chance encounter on a train has reunited them, and she has vowed to uphold her promise to stay with Kaoru for the rest of her life.

Taeko is a close friend of Tina and belongs to the same photography club where Tina and Kaoru are members.

Yup, that's right, this title totally flips from the His and Her Circumstances-ish, one-on-one, incredible romantic comedy to... *groans* And so proceeds the downward rollercoaster that is episode five and onward: Without warning, a seemingly endless horde of secondary characters pop out of the woodwork with the scripted express purpose of coming in-between Aoi and Kaoru.

A dumb, boob-groping, gaijin blonde (Tina), a witchy guardian (Miyabi), and a big-busted brunette (Taeko) are all introduced and immediately shoved into our newly-formed fantasy romance with little to no warning or preparation, causing a very negative reaction from 99% of the test-audience (the pervert really shouldn't count though, should he? Those three are unfortunately only the first set to come along to make life hell for our newly-formed couple, as the creators seemed to think "the more, the merrier," right? Thank God for reversible covers is all I can say) enters with volume four, bringing with them more of the annoying harem crap that got old in the second volume.

They never realized they were looking for each other.