Originally Posted by LittleHobbit13I love Hana Kimi and Wallflower. WJuliet not so much.
Summary Blurbs (for those that don't alreayd know them):
Hana Kimi: Mizuki dresses like a boy and goes all way from America to Japan. She enrolls in an all boys school and lives there in the dormatory. Why? All so that she can meet her high jump idol Sano, who turns out to be her roommate!
The Wallflower: The four hotest, more popular boys at school live together, and all they have to do to get free rent is turn the land lady's niece, who moves in, into a real lady. The only problem is, Sunako is the world's darkest girl, subject to nosebleeds at the mere site of anyone remotely good-looking. Her interests include Hollywood's most violent slasher/horro films, body parts, and medevil torture devices, her favorite color is black, and her favorite day of the year is Halloween. Can the boys turn such a girl into a lady?
Like I said, I love both of these series. They're really awesome. I especially like The Wallflower, because it's really funny to watch all the various ways they try to get Sunako to act like a lady.
Thank you for explaining the books .