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From ShoujoMagic:

Suzuki Saya, age 21, is an office lady who's never been able to forget about the guy she liked in middle school. She carries on each day now getting reprimanded by her accomplished supervisor, Tsuge Susumu, and she's not interested in having any romantic relationships... Until out of the blue, Tsuge confesses love to Saya, and brings a new prediction of love for her!?


Related Series
Clover Trèfle (Sequel)

Associated Names

Groups Scanlating
Evil Flowers
Pink Rose Scans

Latest Release(s)
v.7 c.27 by Evil Flowers & HaruHime over 6 years ago
v.7 c.26 by Evil Flowers & HaruHime over 6 years ago
v.7 c.25 by Evil Flowers & HaruHime over 6 years ago
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Status in Country of Origin
24 Volumes (Complete)
13 Volumes (Bunko-Complete)

Completely Scanlated?

Anime Start/End Chapter

User Reviews


User Rating
Average: 7.9 / 10.0 (140 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.65 / 10.0
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Last Updated
March 13th 2014, 3:09am PST



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Serialized In (magazine)
Bouquet (Shueisha)
Chorus (Shueisha)
Cookie (Shueisha)

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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #583 increased(+62)
Monthly Pos #1186 increased(+80)
3 Month Pos #1661 increased(+788)
6 Month Pos #3201 increased(+229)
Year Pos #3895 increased(+144)

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On 620 wish lists
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Toriko Chiya's Clover Manga Gets Live-Action Film over 4 years ago
What happens at the end of Clover? over 6 years ago

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Perspective makes a difference   
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by susumu99
June 13th, 2017, 10:54am
So I remember reading this manga back when I was right out of high school. Now I'm much older and my perspective is completely different. I have to say overall, I enjoyed this manga. It pulls at all my OL romance heart strings... BUT! There's a lot I can't stand either. Stuff that I found romantic about Tsuge (the male love interest) back then (like his inability to communicate his feelings and his super alpha male stoic personality) I find highly frustrating now. He just doesn't give Saya, the protagonist, that emotional support that comes with being in a relationship. It's almost like the manga sends the message that men don't need to show their love in a relationship. As long as they're powerful and good looking, women will just hang on. I'm not new to shojou, so I get this isn't the only manga that does this - but for some reason this one just gets me a little more because he is in a direct position of authority over Saya, and he asks her out first, so you would expect to see him express himself at least a little. Saya is incredibly insecure, and while I find that frustrating on so many levels, it boils down to the fact that Tsuge just doesn't talk to her. I understand this is the main conflict within the relationship and the mange (i.e. it makes for good drama), but it takes SOOOO long for there to be actual character development and change. And even then, things don't change drastically, he still barely reaches out her - it's always her putting in this gigantic effort. The only time you can tell he cares about her is when they're intimate. I just feel like it sends the wrong message. It's like the fact that he's intimate with her means he loves her - and in some cases, I would buy this, depending on the character, but casual sex is such a big part of this manga, sex cannot be the gold standard of romance. There needs to be an actual relationship outside of the bedroom. Also the infidelity SERIOUSLY gets on my nerves. There are characters that have been cheated on, but have absolutely NO problem being in affairs with married men. There isn't even a dialogue about how counterintuitive this is.There isn't any remorse, it's all kind of justified as "oh well, he doesn't love his wife anyway so it's okay". Ummmmmm NO it's not okay. You don't love your wife? Get a divorce, end the relationship. I'm not a prude - hell, discuss being in an open relationship. Being cheated on is HUMILIATING. And there is absolutely no focus on that. And I wouldn't harp on about it normally, given this is a shoujo... but SO many of the characters in this manga do it, that I would think it's a central issue - but it isn't. You know what... I'm lowering my rating.

... Last updated on June 13th, 2017, 11:03am
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A chore.........   
Rating: 1.0 / 10.0
by yuri_shibuya
March 14th, 2017, 8:36pm
This author has a habit of introducing sub couples in the middle of the story even if the main couples relationship is not established yet...
I mean please do a proper build up for the main couple first before introducing other's love story... I mean it's a chore to read like really...
Definitely a no no no... I'm dropping this series!!!!
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rooting for josei* clover*   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by conundrumy
November 16th, 2010, 5:22pm
this manga is really great indeed. I'm soo sick of stupid shoujo that this can be the manga of the year for me. I'm looking for the updates and keep the good work for the scanlators, thank you all.

... Last updated on November 16th, 2010, 5:22pm
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Rating: N/A
by Lilith_Lancaster
April 16th, 2010, 7:04am
One of the great Josei mangas (my first!) which I really liked. Also, it shows the story of the friends of the main character.

I wonder why no one is continuing scanlating this rather than millions of ditzy-high-school girl mangs. XD
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My absolute favorite   
Rating: N/A
by VenusAD
November 23rd, 2009, 6:29pm
I LOVE this manga. So much more real and honest than your average shoujo/jousei. Just....really great. I just wish someone would actually continue it! Or License it...I mean, SOMETHING! I've been waiting for yeeeears!
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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by llammie
March 22nd, 2009, 2:01pm
The more I read it, the more I love it! It has a lot of realistic elements that really make this manga stand out. A fine example of Josie, without being too emo. I really hope that a group will start scanlating it now that ShoujoMagic has dropped it as a project.
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Good going!!   
Rating: N/A
by BimboSilly
September 24th, 2008, 4:16pm
This is a surprisingly good office romance manga between 20 year old naive young subordinate (the type that I hate) and her boss - a mature, cool, unfazeable, successful, late-twenties guy (someone I hope for me XD). This is a Josei and the thoughts and the structure make it attractive and mollify the effect of a typical silly innocent young woman.
Its so rare to find an OL manga or a working woman romance manga, there are only a handful of them that actually make it to the scanlation groups and maybe with reason. THIS is one of the good ones. I am glad that Shoujo magic picked ths up but the releases are really slow. The best thing I like about this is that though it mainly deals with the main character's romance, it does look around. AND you cant hate anyone here. It might have too much drama than RL but it does make you relate to it.
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OUT of the high school   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by ranmaru
February 27th, 2007, 5:03am
Refreshing and not in high school THANK GOD somebody made a manga out of HS. if you want something new then this is for you, go for it , i only wish it gets licensed so that i could buy it, cause the scanlation is too slow

... Last updated on July 9th, 2007, 7:23am
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An OL shoujo manga   
Rating: N/A
by Alissa
February 10th, 2006, 10:47am
Great manga. At first, I thought "here it comes the classic shoujo manga": the art is a mix between Parfait Tic and Othello, but the story evolves around office ladies, probably their experiences won't be appealing to younger readers since the main characters are a bit older than high schoolers. We find romance amongst colleagues, difficult relationships, adultery and an intriguing insight on "Office" world. Try it, you may change your mind about shoujo mangas...
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clover clover   
Rating: N/A
by ms linda
January 20th, 2006, 7:35pm
i just read the first chapter..its really good! only its hard to find because there the clamp 'clover'..
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