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Hitorimi Haduki-san to.

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14-sai no Koi

14-sai no Koi
  • Vol: 3+; Ch: 21+
  • 2010 - ?

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JAhU

If you like manga with very innocent romance, they you should try both 14-sai no Koi and Hitorimi Haduki-san to, as both of those series contain a lot of it.

Game Over

Game Over
  • Vol: 1; Ch: 5
  • 2010

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Both of those manga are vanilla older female x younger male ones in which, instead of the typical student x teacher relationship or coworker relationship, we have an office lady x teenage boy couple. As I said, those are vanilla series, so don't expect much drama, love triangles or such. Everything is pretty much straight forward. If you liked one of those series, you'll probably like the other one too.

P.S. Game Over might be a tiny bit squick considering the fact that the woman started going out with the dude when he was just 14.

Hadi Girl

Hadi Girl

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Both series revolve around an easily embarrassed girl who has never been in a relationship before and who is now forced into a relationship by someone else. Both series give off similar "awww" feel and stuff, so you can't go wrong with one if you liked the other.