With only four chapters, it does it's job well for a shoujo manga.
The story is pretty typical for a shoujo manga, in the way that it is also predictable. It's the setting that's very unique, as this is the first time I've encountered a story based in a pawnshop. The sad part is that there is a somewhat major plot line that is left open, and although you can figure out what happened through context, it doesn't change that it was left alone.
The art is nice and clean, but nothing too special. Typical shoujo manga art.
The characters are the better part. I love stories with well made character development, but I don't really expect much from mangas this short. But for only 4 chapters, it does enough to feel that the main character has grown.
This is a short and sweet manga and it's a nice read. If you're in for a small break, this is a good story to warm you up. read more