By Chugaku Akamatsu
Kinji Tohyama can't appear to seize a holiday. As a Butei (an armed detective) he's regularly working clear of assassins and sharpening up his detective abilities, all whereas trying to have a standard highschool existence. simply while he thinks he's eventually going to get out... A gun toting, sword swinging, competitive, small-breasted, pigtail haired attractiveness named Aria H. Kanzaki violently drags him again in! we all know that our hero can avoid bombs and bullets, yet can he ward off Aria's call for that he turns into her slave? Or will she eventually keep on with via on her threats to "blow him a brand new hole"?! discover right here during this action-packed quantity!
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Aria the Scarlet Ammo v1 by Chugaku Akamatsu