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THE JULIETTE SOCIETY

In her debut novel, Sasha Grey takes us inside a private, high-profile, sex society where anything and everything can happen. Read the prologue.

Yen Press

Chocolat: Vol. 8

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

Kum-Ji takes pity on E-Soh and tells him where her heart truly lies. But speaking candidly with E-Soh doesn't automatically give her an opening to grow closer to E-Wan. Just when she decides that it's time for her to stop clinging to her fantasies and come back to reality, the band gets in a terrible accident. Some of the members are hurt badly, and there are fears that the band may not be able to carry on . . . Kum-Ji wants desperately to help her friends, but what can one girl do?! Find out in the long awaited conclusion of Chocolat!

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Very! Very! Sweet: Vol 8

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

Luckily, Be-Ri's timely discovery of the forgotten Doki saves the cat's life. But while Doki is well on his way to a full recovery, his master back in Japan is struggling with losing his grandfather and having to rethink his identity. With only snatches of news from Erica's brother, the uncertainty about Tsuyoshi's condition weighs heavily on Be-Ri's mind and heart. Given the physical distance between them, Be-Ri will have to take decisive action if she wants to help her friend. Is she ready to make a bold move in the name of love? There's no turning back in the final volume of Very! Very! Sweet!

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Very! Very! Sweet: Vol 7

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
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Very! Very! Sweet: Vol 6

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

Per his grandfather's instructions, Tsuyoshi has secured a Korean girlfriend . . . but he's got the wrong girl! The old man will settle for nothing short of Be-Ri, but even a cushy cat tower can't woo her back to Tsuyoshi's side . . . What about a genuine confession? With the painful realization that Tsuyoshi's affections will never favor her again, Erica decides to give up the chase. Now there's no reason for her to remain in Korea, is there? Unless . . . she's already set her sights on a new quarry!

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Very! Very! Sweet: Vol 5

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

Heartbroken and mortified at San-Ne's discovery of her secret affections, Be-Ri launches headfirst into a relationship with Mu-Hyuk. She's still not overly fond of him, at least not in a romantic way, but she's willing to give it a try, if only to forget about San-Ne. But Tsuyoshi isn't pleased about the new arrangement. For one thing, Mu-Hyuk is so overprotective that Tsuyoshi hardly ever gets to hang out with Be-Ri at school. For another, much to his own surprise, Tsuyoshi is unhappy at seeing Be-Ri with another guy. True, they were only "fake dating" for the sake of his grandfather, but now the old man isn't the only one thinking they should give it another go...

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Very! Very! Sweet: Vol 4

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

Tsuyoshi and Be-Ri's charade has Grandfather convinced, but it's just a bit too convincing for Erica and Mu-Hyuk. Forming a coalition of their own, the pair is determined to prevent Tsuyoshi and Be-Ri from becoming anything more than business partners. Meanwhile, Gyu-Ri and San-Ne are on the rocks as Gyu-Ri's unfaithfulness becomes increasingly apparent. Be-Ri watches their relationship crumble before her eyes, her heart filled with concern for the suffering San-Ne. It could be an opportunity to make her move, but as much as she cares for him, does she really want her true feelings out in the open at a time like this?

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Very! Very! Sweet: Vol 3

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

Thanks in no small part to Be-Ri, Tsuyoshi is just getting settled in his new life in Korea. But now that Erica's on the scene, Tsuyoshi's decision to use Korea as a "fresh start" is becoming more and more difficult, especially when she announces she'll be joining his class at school. For Be-Ri, the only thing worse than watching Erica's shameless affection from the back seat of a car is...having to watch it every day from her new seat behind Erica and Tsuyoshi. But what's this? Is Erica...crying? Seems there's trouble in paradise, but Be-Ri's got troubles of her own when Mu-Hyuk's surprise kiss turns her insides to knots...

Yen Press

Chocolat: Vol. 7

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

When E-Soh issues an ultimatum to Kum-Ji, she has to choose him on the spot or watch him walk away for good! Happy couplehood seems imminent for the two friends until former Yo-I fan club president Barbie makes her debut on the idol scene. Is this her new ploy to win E-Wan over?! And will it work against E-Soh and Kum-Ji's budding relationship . . . since Kum-Ji still hasn't quite gotten over her broken heart?

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Very! Very! Sweet, Vol 2

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

The fur may have been flying at their first meeting, but things have eased up a little between Be-Ri and Tsuyoshi. Their newfound neighborliness raises Mi-Hyuk's hackles, however, prompting him to make a bid for Be-Ri's affections. And as Tsuyoshi defends her from the oncoming love attack, no one is more surprised than Be-Ri herself. But when a familiar face from Japan shows up on Tsuyoshi's doorstep, Be-Ri's not the only one who has to deal with affairs of the heart.

Yen Press

Chocolat: Vol. 1

Ji-Sang Shin
Authors:
Ji-Sang Shin

How far would you go to meet your favorite boy band? Kum-Ji was little late getting under the spell of the chart topping boy band DDL. Unable to join the DDL fan club, she almost gives up meeting her idols until she develops a cunning plan, becoming a top member of their rival fan club for a brand-new boy group, Yo-I (Chocolat). This way she can always be near Yo-I at all their concerts. Funnily enough Yo-I always seem to play the same shows with DDL. It's almost the perfect plan except it's really complicated being a super fan for one band when your heart lies with another. Follow the adventures of Kum-Ji in this full-blown romantic comedy as she tries to keep her scheme.

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Chocolat: Vol. 2

Ji-Sang Shin
Authors:
Ji-Sang Shin

Kum-Ji thought that she was willing to do anything to get closer to her favorite boy band, DDL, even if it meant she had to join a fan club of their new rival group, Yo-i. But it's getting harder and harder to deal with E-Soh of Yo-i, the only one who knows abot her little secret. And now, E-Soh drops a bomb on her. He tells her...that he...likes her? What?!

Yen Press

Chocolat: Vol. 3

Ji-Sang Shin
Authors:
Ji-Sang Shin
Yen Press

Chocolat: Vol. 4

Ji-Sang Shin
Authors:
Ji-Sang Shin

Kum-Ji thought the band was going to Miami, but she ends up stuck in the smelly countryside! To make things worse, the water snakes attack her! Ah - the dream of the beautiful beaches of Miami has all blown away! Moreover, when she open her eyes, she finds herself in the arms of E-Wan! E-Soh gets jealous as can be, while Kun-Ji can't make her heart stop beating so fast! Find out more about their love triangle in this fourth book of the series!

Yen Press

Very! Very! Sweet Vol. 1

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

A spoiled brat from a wealthy Japanese family, Tsuyoshi is unceremoniously shipped off to Korea by his strict grandfather who tells him the family secret - they're Korean! Sparks fly when the resentful high schooler arrives at the airport and shares an impromptu cab ride with Kang Be-Ri, a plucky girl who happens to be his new neighbor. Will the two ever get past their differences? And will Tsuyoshi learn to accept his new destiny?

Yen Press

Chocolat: Vol. 5

Ji-Sang Shin, Geo
Contributors:
Ji-Sang Shin, Geo

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