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Title(s): Ohoshisama ni Onegai
Ohoshisama ni Onegai!
お星様にお願いっ!
星星的奇蹟
O-hoshi-sama ni Onegai!
Author(s): Fujisaki Mao
Artist(s): Gobou
Genres: Romance, School life, Shoujo
Start Date: 1999
Status: Ongoing
Summary:
As a child, Sasahara Tomo has always been "one of the guys," hanging out and rough-housing. Even though, she secretly wished to be a girl instead when she enters elementary school, she keeps her facade, too embarrassed to admit it. But when her love confession was later rejected because she didn't seem like a girl, Tomo was ready for a new start. And how lucky that she's about to enter high school. She's excited. A whole school where nobody knew her! But not quite. There's Shimazaki Akira, who had been her next-door neighbor until 5 years ago.. and it seems as if their "sibling" regard for each other is growing into something more.. But there are problems aboard.. because this is a forbidden love.. because he is her 23-year-old class advisor.

Volume 8 contains the short story "Diamond na Kimi to Boku."
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