Dec 19, 2017
It's been an extremely long time since I read this title, but upon a recent reread, I think it at least deserves one review. Keep in mind that I (as of this writing) have not read its parent story "Zenbu, Hajimete", so my review does not reflect on this volume's relation to that title.
Story, 7: Each story is interesting and primarily focuses on the chapter's two main leads. While they may not be wholly original premises, I think the author does a good job at unraveling the romance at an appropriate pace and yielding satisfying endings throughout.
Art, 7: This is classic shoujo art, replete with
sparkles and panels dedicated to romantic interactions. I thought it was very nice.
Characters, 7: Every character felt at least somewhat unique, and the interactions in each chapter were believable and touching.
Enjoyment, 7: It was a relatively quick and pleasant read, I have no regrets.
Overall, 7: I would recommend this to anyone looking for a nice romantic read. The shorter chapters don't allow for much long-term development, but the pacing was fine (at least for me) and the read itself is fairly quick.
Favorite Chapter: "Itsuka no Tsuki de Aimashou"; Least Favorite: "Petit Lesson"
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