"I can't be loved for who I am—that's what I thought. But somehow, he saw through my lies?!"
Chitose has always done well wearing her face like a mask: always smiling, always cute. She feels complete whenever she put it on because it's built to hide her unrefined self: no one hates her, and no one makes fun of her. But after meeting a cute boy who is instinctively more annoyed by her mask than her real self, can Chitose change and make people accept her for who she really is?
Au-delà de l'apparence, Tome 4
Veuillez choisir un nouveau mot de passe et indiquer le code secret qui vient d'être envoyé sur votre email