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Sanshiro is only a servent's child, but he loves the daughter of his Master, Momoyo. All he can do is watch Momoyo from a hole in the ceiling and count down the days until her fiance, Yoichiro, returns from England to take her away forever. When the fiance does return, however, he brings not only separation for the poor Sanshiro, but also a curse of lust and sadism down upon the entire household! Sanshiro can only watch as a plague of lasciviousness infects Momoyo's sister, the maid, and...
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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