To The Moon & Back (OHSHC Kaoru Love Story)

To The Moon & Back (OHSHC Kaoru Love Story)

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❦ Tae's Wife ❦ By Luca-senpai Completed

"I WILL love you to the moon and back... to infinity and beyond."
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.

A two faced commoner, poorer than most, with long rainbow hair and a big dream.                                                      

A handsome younger twin, lonely, rich and bored...
Takes interest in the new girl with the colourful hair, kind heart and big ambitions.

What happens when she shows him a different side of the world, a deeper side, hidden in the shadows but brighter.... A different perspective of everything... 

 "Some infinities are bigger than other infinities." - John Green, The Fault in Our Stars


DISCLAIMER : None of the pictures in this book are mine. I just edited the title onto the cover image. Please inform me (with proof) if any of the drawings are yours and I will credit you :)

  • kaoru
  • love
  • ouran
  • ouranhighschoolhostclub
  • romance
  • twin
It’s the circle of life!!!!!!!!!! And it moves us all!!!!!!!!
1girlx2lives 1girlx2lives Jul 29, 2017
Wowwww. I stayed up till 5 and woke up at 7.... curse my brothers. They're so loud
ShadowUzumoNaruto ShadowUzumoNaruto Aug 28, 2017
Hi my names Levi and I like to 'Tch at people for no reason! 
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUH
1girlx2lives 1girlx2lives Jul 29, 2017
Lolololol. Sounds like my friends whenever I loose track of time and say good morning in the afternoon
- - Nov 21, 2017
Ahh nothing like reading a mango and sipping on a manga smoothie
kellylvernon kellylvernon Apr 14, 2017
She is now officially an anime main character! Any character that lost a parent (Or both) will play a pretty big role in the anime (of course, there are exceptions. I'm stereotyping)