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Remote (GN 4 of 10)
Volume: GN 4 / 10
Release date: 2005-01-11
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 17+
ISBN-10: 1595320318 1595320318
ISBN-13: 9781595320315 9781595320315
Kurumi has been assigned to act as bodyguard for a punk kid who thinks he can take care of himself, so she pretends to be his personal assistant so he won't know that he has a bodyguard. While on duty, Kurumi's own life is put in danger when the young man's attacker closes in for the kill.
(added on 2005-01-24, modified on 2005-01-24)
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