GJ’s Little Sisters

GJ Club

 GJ Club #8  

The Good Job Club or GJ Club members are experiencing some intense heat as they try to make the best of their club activities. Because the president, Mao is feeling a bit generous she tells the group that they will go to the pool tomorrow.  Kyoro, the only boy member, is in for a surprise the next day to find out their not the only ones going. Mao has invited Kyoro’s little sister, Kasumi and her friends along with them. Coincidentally, all of Kasumi’s friends happen to the group’s little sisters.  (This group may be odd but they have the most adorable little sisters. )

 

Kasumi

Kasumi, Kyoro’s little sister

Kasumi is your typical little sister who loves her Onii-chan.

 

Jill

Jill, Kiara’s little sister

Jill is a foreigner from Canada. She speaks English so she carries a whiteboard around to communicate.

 

Seira

Seira, Mao & Megumi’s little sister

Seira is smart and a bit mature for her age. She has a mask on her head that lets out a supernatural power when she doesn’t like something.

 

 

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