College: A time for new friends and new loves—and getting confused about which is which. It seems like Suzuna is on track to land Eichi, the guy of her dreams. But her other new friend—the beautiful Hinako—has some interesting information regarding Eichi that's going to force Suzuna to take a second look at the whole situation. She's about to discover that love can come with some unexpected competition.
It's a great manga! If you like school's stories with love and funny situations, you have to read this manga. You'll enjoy it!
I like this manga because I like stories like marmalade boy: teenagers who find their first love and they must pass hard situations; but the story always have an humor tone and the characters are amused and cheerful, though at times they are serious and matures too.
I really recommend this manga, especially to the girls ^^. It's very beautiful and amused.
P.D.: I'm sorry if some words and frases are wrong, I'm spanish!
May contain some spoilers, please read at your own risk.
This manga had a lot of loopholes. Events were too shallow and rarely were there any big conflicts or challenges, which makes it a lot less realistic. Also, events happen very fast and if any challenges are met, they are often resolved quickly by very random acts of hugs or kisses, which again shows the unrealistic nature of the manga. There was often a lack of capturing the right sort of emotions or mood that was needed to reach a certain point for a particular event to progress. For example, Hinako and
Mr. Hokari broke up, got back together and then married all in one volume, and we don't get to see the emotions or problems faced leading up to those events, we were simply told of what happened when Hinako tells Suzuna. This makes everything very cold and makes it harder for the reader to become engaged in the story between Hinako and Mr. Hokari.
I liked the drawings, it's very pleasing to the eye, and not difficult at all to get used to. The drawing style is also very suitable for a shoujo, romance type of manga.
Characters seemed a bit lacking in defining feature that can help you distinguish between one character and another. I had a lot of trouble distinguishing between Yuki and Fukami at the start, also Inabe and Eichi.
I enjoyed this manga greatly for one reason; I find it to be a great comical relief from reading other more intense romance mangas like Hana Yori Dango. It serves as good get away point and just not have to get overworked up in very conflicting situations. However, this enjoyment was only achieved because I had read it at the same time as other mangas, I can honestly say that on it's own, it's unlikely to be as enjoyable because you will find a lot of things lacking in this manga.
Hence, although I highly enjoyed reading it, it wasn't because the manga itself that captured me, but merely the timing of reading it. I recommend to anyone who wants a light, cheerful manga to read to ease the mood.
I would highly, highly recommend this manga to anyone who enjoys a light-hearted romance with some comedy.
Unlike most other romance manga, this story starts off with unexpectedly, surprising you. While the romance between the two main characters takes a bit to develop, once they're in love, there's a lot of interesting stuff that happens. You'll find yourself wondering what's gonna happen next.
The art is not complex, though it is not simple nor ornately drawn. I'd say the art is just about right, allowing you to appreciate it while letting you pay more attention to what's happening in the story. The author really illustrates the character's
You'll fall in love with the characters, which each have a unique personality. Though you will see all the characters in a positive light. I can hardly think of a character that has a 'dark' personality or is particularly 'evil.'
I throughly enjoyed reading this series because of the romance and humor, just like Hana Kimi. Every volume I read put a huge silly grin on my face or had me laughing loudly. I liked the series so much, I bought it. I've read each volume at least 4 times or more. It never gets old.
Overall, I'd give it a 9/10. It was great. You should try reading this series!