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Stepping on Roses

Alt titles: Hadashi de Bara wo Fume

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Title Author Score Date
Stepping on Roses TheElementalFlow 9.7/10 Jun 2, 2014
Hadashi de Bara wo Fume TheElementalFlow 9.7/10 Jun 2, 2014
Stepping on Roses usaginene 9.5/10 Jan 30, 2010
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Nadoma is reading Stepping on Roses manga at 43 of 57 chapters
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