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Takumi lives next to Mizuki and Satsuki's house. They have been good friends since they were kids, going shopping and skiing together. One day, Kazuyoshi, Takumi's father, brings two girls, Saori and Yui, back to their house, and accepts them as new family members. At first, he is confused, but gradually becomes closer to them. Mizuki gets impatient, and begins to approach Takumi boldly. And Satsuki is in love with Takumi as well. The winter holiday starts.... The days full of sex with Takumi.... From "like" to "love".... A love story full of love and desire starts now...
Kasuga Serina is a cheerful girl and enjoys her school life. One day, she meets a handsome transfer student, Yukimura Yukinojo, who acts as if he were indifferent of others. Despite his behavior, she cannot help caring about him.
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