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Title(s): Dear Green
ディア・グリーン
同居萬歲
Author(s): Fujiyama Hyouta
Artist(s): FUJIYAMA Hyouta
Genres: Drama, Romance, Slice of life, Yaoi
Start Date: 2003
Status: Completed
Summary:
1) Forever Flatmates
Yajima Yukari and Otoumi Hiroshi know they must one day reveal the truth about their relationship to an important person: Ryouko. Especially after she sent invitations to a celebration of her upcoming wedding. How will she react when she finds out that her best friend is dating her ex-boyfriend?

2) The One I Like the Most
The new part-timer Sae's crush causes a hiccup in Yajima and Otoumi's relationship.

3) Living Together
A humorous flashback to how Otoumi and Yajima came to live together.

4) The Situation to Take For Granted
Crunch time; both Otoumi and Yajima's parents are putting pressure on them to go for matchmaking interviews.

5) Love's Murmurs
High school student Shinya reacts badly when Takashi, his boyfriend of six months, suggests he goes home for New Year's.

6) Repeated Problem
Although Takechi rejected his closest friend Hakata's unexpected love confession, he doggedly kept their friendship going. But when gossips about Hakata's homosexuality begin to circulate at their university, Takechi is forced to question his friendship with Hakata.

7) The Relationship That Can't Be Washed Away
Though Takechi and Hakata behave no differently to how they were before the confession, something is slowly changing...

Afterword

8) Vacation Time
A short extra on Yukari and Otoumi's home life.
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