Motto☆Kokoro ni Hoshi no Kagayaki wo
More Starlight to Your Heart
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Motto☆Kokoro ni Hoshi no Kagayaki wo

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Japanese: もっと☆心に星の輝きを
English: More Starlight to Your Heart
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: 2002 to 2005
Genre: Romance Romance
Theme: Historical Historical
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Comic Blade
Authors: Matsuba, Hiro (Story & Art)


Score: 7.011 (scored by 216216 users)
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Ranked: #86032
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Popularity: #19140
Members: 652
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Akane is a charming young girl with two separate identities. Growing up as a princess in the Dainagon family, she befriends Aogi, who, as he matures, takes a position with the Inner Guards at the Imperial Palace, thus becoming unavailable to the outside world. When the long-lasting separation from her childhood chum becomes unbearable, Akane must assume a second persona, that of a servant of the Imperial Palace. But entering the gates of the castle doesn't get her any closer to Aogi, and soon, these star-crossed lovers are breaking all the rules for that sweet reunion they both crave.

(Source: ADV)


Motto☆Kokoro ni Hoshi no Kagayaki wo had two volumes published in English as More Starlight to Your Heart by ADV Manga from November 30, 2004 to April 26, 2005 before the license was dropped and the publisher went defunct.

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Apr 27, 2014
This story is adorable. I found this series a long time ago. And had problems remembering the name. Akane is a pretty one track minded girl. Her best friend and the person she loves, Aogi, is a prince charming. Both of them just wish to be together. But it seems like everything in this story is trying to keep them apart. If you can find the story it really is a good read. Good laughs and the artwork is very good also.

I liked it but I was never able to find a continuation anywhere. This is only my second review but seeing as this series ...

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