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Based on the manga by Seto Yuuki Waitress Tamaki has sex with her playmate Kurono at the caf?. she works for. Ignorant of their relationship, their common friend, Ohashi, visits the caf?. as usual to see Tamaki whom he secretly loves. However, Kurono notices Ohashi??s feelings. In order to incite him into confessing his feelings to her, Kurono molests Tamaki and makes her wait on him as she is. As she was sexually excited, she gives off a female's scent, which, in turn, excites Ohashi. Meanwhile, Tomoe, a friend of Kurono??s appears?. Will Ohashi be able to confess his love to Tamaki?
Summer vacation. Tamotsu meets a girl on the countryside, who was helping out on her grandpa's coffee shop. While on a trip, the girl's innocent and defenceless lips approach Tamotsu's. The girl is actually a boy. "I'm a boy" that's all he can say, but Tamotsu can't hold back anymore... A dangerous love between a boy and a young man starts.
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