Twelve-year-old junior high school girl Hasumi Kohaku moved into town in search of her mother. She is gifted with ESP and the ability to fly when the sun is down. Kohaku soon used her powers in front of her classmates in order to save her friend Uro from falling out a window. (Source: Esthétique) Included one-shot: Volume 2: Ousama to Ouji-sama to Watashi (The King, Prince, and I)
Kodomo no Iibun
This is the fourth in a series of stories: 1. Mainichi Seiten 2. Kodomo wa Tomaranai 3. Children's Time 4. Kodomo no Iibun 5. Isoganaide. 6. Hanaya no Nikai de Although not specifically "sequels", this is the order that the stories were written/published in.
Inai Boku wa Hotarumachi ni Iru
Despondent over the death of his best friend, Takeru wishes on a shooting star to meet Takuya one last time. A glimmer of light leads him to an ancient tree stump with a giant hole in it; a hole that impossibly leads to an entire city. It's the same city as his—the same people and places—but, with a key difference: the Takuya in that world is alive and well...while Takeru is not. (Source: Lovely Strange Dark)
Ubume no Natsu
Tokyo, 1952. The bizarre case of a missing doctor and his supernaturally pregnant wife captures the imagination of novelist Sekiguchi Tatsumi, so he enlists the help of an old friend, Chuuzenji Akihiko, a bookstore owner and part-time exorcist who begrudgingly agrees to help investigate the disappearance. They'll face a family's darkest secrets... Secrets that Sekiguchi himself can't escape. (Source: MU)
Lady Snowblood - Fukkatsu no Shou
Japan in the time of the Meiji dynasty is a country in transition, torn and dominated by exploitation and moral decline. Lady Snowblood want's to leave her bloody past behind her and is working under the name Kashima Yuki in a girl's grammar school where she teaches Swedish gymnastics... but conservative political forces are like a thorn in their side, and Yuki must again take up arms to keep the promise she gave to her life-saver. (Source: Carlsen Manga) Originally serialised in 1973, but not collected into book form until 2006.
Nobara no Hanayome
Yamada Chizuru was a normal high school student... that is, until her mother left for a "journey" leaving her with a debt of one hundred million yen! As if that wasn't nerve-racking enough; Kuze Mitsuru, the Umegaki gang's Sandaime, saves her by buying her to be his fiancee!? What will become of Chizuru's days? (Source: Shoujo Crusade) Included one shots: Volume 1: Coffee wa Kuroi Majo Volume 2: Tsumibukaki Madonna no Koi
27, single, a normal office lady. It's not like she's not interested in a relationship, but she doesn't want to get married. In front of this kind of modern woman, Kanako, appeared a lost man. Perhaps this is fate...!? No, but that guy is the last one she wants to love! (Source: Chibi Manga) Included one-shot: Volume 2: Marriage Recipe
Renai Otogibanashi: Happy Assort
A collection of stories featuring different characters from Quinrose's otome games—Arabians Lost, Heart no Kuni no Alice, Clover no Kuni no Alice, and Crimson Empire.
Ashita, Kimi ni Aetara
A 14-year-old is planning to confess to her upperclassmen who is graduating. The next morning, she wakes as a 29-year-old single woman, living with 3 sisters: a high schooler, a middle schooler, and an elementary schooler. (Source: MU)
Hoshi no Oujo
From Which Scanlations: Ever since she lost both her parents in a car accident, Mirai has depended on her adopted brother, Kazuki, for mental and physical support. Even as another tragedy strikes, Kazuki’s promise to never leave her side is kept, albeit in a different way than Mirai had imagined.