I didn't have big expectations for this manga after some pages, but I have to admit, it has a quite interesting narrative considering that it's a yaoi. The main character, called Keiji (who is the most irritating tsundere who has ever existed), can see red threads of fate. He can also see his string, but he didn't meet the person he expected at the other end of the thread. So he is trying to avoid him, but fate always brings them together.
It has a reeeeally interesting scene around the middle of the manga, and that was also the moment when Keiji got
closer to Obata. It was romantic and a bit exciting. After this part the whole manga is really good, but the previous parts aren't too amusing (but they're not boring).
Well, if you like tsunderes, then you should read this, because Keiji has done a good job as one. Obata isn't interesting, but kind and calm, and he really loves Keiji. (Like Morinaga from Koisuru Boukun or Nowaki from Junjou Romantica, to give more popular examples, maybe it's easier to imagine Obata).
I can't say anything special, it's just quite good!
It's not too unique, but it has everything for a good yaoi: romance, humour, excitement, and a bit of supernatural stuff.