Autumn

Autumn

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Is their secret safe?It's autumn, and Miki Yoshida's life is finally settling into a routine. She and Hiro are spending all their time together, and Miki couldn't be happier.There's just one problem.Hiro's breaking all the rules to be with Miki, and the more time they spend together and the more they fall for each other the more there is at stake. With jealous Reika on the prowl, Miki knows they can't hide forever."

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Product details

  • Paperback | 165 pages
  • 124.46 x 185.42 x 17.78mm | 158.76g
  • HarperCollins Publishers Inc
  • HarperTeen
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0060846186
  • 9780060846183
  • 40,862

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At the beginning of MIKI FALLS: AUTUMN, the third installment of the MIKI FALLS series, Miki and Hiro are together but they have to hide their relationship from Hiro's superiors. Hiro is a Deliverer, a guide of love, and being with Miki is against the rules. Hiro has returned from a meeting of the Deliverer Elders, where he has been warned by a sympathetic Elder to be careful about Miki. Although it doesn't appear they know about their relationship, they are being watched. When Reika appears and claims that Hiro is not doing what is right and threatens to turn the pair in, Miki and Hiro know trouble will soon follow. Hiro doesn't want to be without Miki, but by being with her he's going against everything the Deliverers believe. So Miki proposes an idea -- they should run away. The relationship between Miki and Hiro grows stronger in this volume and the art, as always, is fantastic. The reader is pulled into the drawings and you feel as though you are in Japan with Miki and Hiro. This volume also adds more suspense to the story. Each volume in this series has a great story, and after finishing you'll want to pick up MIKI FALLS: WINTER to see how it all ends. Highly recommended for fans of manga and romance.show more
by Margaret Soldani