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Seven Seas announce Fire in his Fingertips

Seven Seas announce Fire in his Fingertips
Ross Liversidge
Author: Ross Liversidge

Ross founded the UK Anime Network back in 1995 and works in and around the anime industry.


Seven Seas has announced the very first Josei manga (aimed at older teens and adult women) under it's Ghost Ship imprint, Fire in his Fingertips: A Flirty Fireman Ravishes Me with his Smoldering Gaze.

The book, which will be released with a mature rating, is a manga by Tanishi Kawano and will be released on February 11th 2020.

Synopsis:

Fujihashi Ryo enjoys her job as an office worker well enough, but it doesn’t hold a candle to the exciting job of her childhood friend Mizuno Souma, who works as a fireman. He and his handsome buddies are more than happy to entertain ladies with their heroic tales. Ryo wants to set up Souma with a girl in her office, but he’s too much of a playboy to settle down…or so she thinks. It turns out that he has the hots for her, and when he rescues her from a fire in her building, a different kind of spark begins to fly! In this sexy romance for Mature Readers–the first manga series in the Ghost Ship imprint targeted towards women–one fiery couple really turns up the heat.

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