The male lead has gynophobia due to a traumatic experience. Under his sister, who is a nun with little brother-complex, recommendation, he entered a previously all-female school that now has 9:1 female to male ratio. This is a story of that man with the Queen of the school, who has demanded him to work for her as her secretary.
"Hell hath no fury like a woman's scorn." This much is true, but our hero of this story, Satou Yuuma, seems to have gotten the worst of it. And it is thanks to this that he has acquired his most unique trait, and that is Gynophobia. What's worse, he has just enrolled in school that has a 9:1 Girl to Boy ratio. Overall 9.
Story: The story is short and very lighthearted. It is a simple story of boy meets girl, boy is afraid of girl. The story may be simple and short, but it easily sucks you in for and holds you tight to the
moment you finish. I give it a 9.
Art: The art when there is to be no comedic affect is as average and plain as they come, but this manga is more or less 3/4 pure humor, and is a cute and childish style that some, including myself, would enjoy. I give it an 8.
Character: The characters are probably as cliche as they come, but they are cliche for a reason, because they work. I give it an 8.
Enjoyment: Anybody who wants to step away and take a short break from dramatic mangas for the time being would get the most out of this when it comes to enjoyment. It is short, loveable, and enjoyable. I give it a 9.
This manga doesn't really try to be deep or have much overarching depth at all. There are smaller stories that seem to push development, but in terms of plot overall it seems to be more comedy oriented than anything. The plot simply seems to be more about letting the character cast do what would be natural for them to do, which works incredibly well since the cast is incredibly amusing, especially Shia who is adorable. There was what seemed to be a push for some development towards the end, but it wasn't implemented all that well and the manga ends before much really happens, so it isn't a good end from that point of view, but the
other aspects are still there so I think it was fine, though I still would have loved for it to continue. Also, I think it is important to stress that the only reason that it works so well is that the art is really good, and the style of being fluffy, frilly, and cute was great and fit incredibly well, wherein Shia may not have been as amazing as a character as she was without it.
tl;dr: A story without any depth but an amusing cast and cute art.