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AWKWARD SILENCE V1

BUKIYOU NA SILENT
by Hinako Takanaga
Satoru is an introvert with a longtime crush on Keigo, a popular boy on the baseball team. But much to his surprise, Keigo comes up to him and asks him out! Satoru is so overcome he can’t respond. Will Satoru be able to get past his shyness, or will he lose his chance with the boy he loves?

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Awkward Silence Vol. 2: Awkward Silence V2

Awkward Silence V2

Awkward Silence Vol. 2

Satoru and Keigo had plans to go away on vacation together, but Keigo got stuck with mandatory baseball training camp. Shy Satoru has something important to say to Keigo, so he decides to break into the training camp in the middle of the night to see him.
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