Synonyms: Chocolate and Mint, Choko to Minto to, Sono Te wo Hanasanai, Never Let Go of This Hand, Sweet na Kankei, Sweet Relationship
Published: Dec 27, 2006
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SynopsisKeiko is a junior 2nd year student, but has no experience in love. One day, while going to school, she helped an unconscious 'cute boy' who fainted from anemia. Being 2-faced, he doesn't thank Keiko but instead called her an old lady. Surprising as it is, that boy goes to her school and is a first year.
Included one-shots: Sono Te wo Hanasanai (Never Let Go of This Hand), Sweet na Kankei (Sweet Relationship)
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They are both about a younger guy and an older girl and how they try to work out their fellings for each other. In Kimi wa Boku no Mono the boy is 12, but in Chocolate to mint He is only one year younger then the girl. Both are very good.
They are both about a older girl who falls in love with a younger boy and doesn't really know how to handle it, or even emit that shes in love. In chocolate to mint the boy is only one year younger then the girl, but in MeruPuri: Märchen Prince hes younger than that.
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