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Title(s): Desire Climax
Yokujou © Max
ヨクジョウ クライマックス
欲情©MAX
欲情CMAX
Love Climax
Passionate Climax
Yokujou Climax
Yokujyou Climax
Author(s): Ukyou Ayane
Artist(s): UKYOU Ayane
Genres: Drama, Romance, Shoujo, Smut
Start Date: 2005
Status: Completed
Summary:
From ShoujoMagic:

Omori Mio is 17 years old. To help out her desperately poor family, she takes on a part-time job. Then, one night, a boy snatches a kiss from her and offers her money, saying, "I'll buy you." Who is the boy who stole Mio's first kiss...!?

An extra of S.P.Y can be found inside.
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