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[Dounjinshi] You Know Damn Well How I Fell

Series: Free!
Pairing: Matsuoka Rin / Nanase Haruka
Genre: Shounen-Ai
Circle: Enro

Rin and Haru just started dating, it just been a few weeks, but Haru already seems bored and now Rin wonder if Haru like him the same way he does.
This doujinshi sum up the main problem of Free! character through the three season, the lack of communication. Maybe both of them think about it a little bit too much.

If you what to know why Haru seem bored, click here.

~ Thank you for Reading ~

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