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Synonyms: PS I Love You, Koibana, Happy Honey
Japanese: 17歳


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 12, 2007
Genres: Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Mikimoto, Rin (Story & Art)
Serialization: Bessatsu Friend


Score: 6.801 (scored by 1504 users)
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Ranked: #104772
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Popularity: #2320
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Chapters: /4


1. PS I Love You
Arisu finds a letter stuck inside a book. The person who wrote the love letter is Himura Tsubaki and he meant to give it to Suzuko. She texts the number that Tsubaki provided and pretends to be Suzuko.

2. Koibana
Yuuka, a young hostess, every guy wants to do "it" with her and they think she's experienced. Truth be told, she isn't. She always finds an excuse to not do "it". One day a client named Hiroshi (Hiro for short) asks her to help him practice to become more of a man. Yuuka helps him and as the days past, love unravels unexpectedly.

3. 17-sai
In her 3rd year of middle school, she caught her boyfriend in bed with another girl. Now Nakura Yuu in high school and rejects any boy who even says the word "love". One day, Yuu her best boy friend Kashiwada got drunk and did "it" in the bathroom. The next day Kashiwada told her to forget what happened. To Yuu, that day was special for her since she liked Kashiwada. But for him it must have been just any old day...
Also included in Kono Koi ni Namidasuru!

4. Happy Honey
A girl finds her perfect guy, but learns that her distrustful ways can break even the most perfect of relationships.

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Jun 30, 2011
17-Sai is a collection of four one shots packed together into one volume. Each story has its own hero and heroine, and none of the stories have any relation to the other.

Talking about each individual story is pointless. The pacing is the same throughout. After reading the manga, one may realize how the degree of development between the hero and the heroine of one chapter is not so different from the others. All of the chapters strictly follow one simple formula: Some problem arises, making the heroine distraught, and the hero always has impeccable timing to save the damsel in distress. And in the read more
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Dec 12, 2013
This collection of four stories is like a mixed bag. You won't find the quality or enjoyment derived out of each story uniform. The art while beautiful and refreshingly clean and happy in the first story consistently declines throughout each story and the 4th story was just a plain torture to get through.

I personally found the first story the best, based around a school setting it's bittersweet and a wee bit angsty. Character development, while a bit convenient for the sake of the story, does occur and you realise your own anxiety is somewhat alleviated when the heroine or hero do or say something vulnerable read more
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