I rather enjoyed reading this, and regarding the lack of reviews so far, I'll throw my opinion out here.
The manga is pretty short, with 7 chapters in total (which aren't that long either), so if you're unsure about it, just try it out - you won't lose much time.
In general, it is your typical fluffy yuri love story in a high school setting; two students falling in love with eachother and mid-way through the manga, they start dating.
What I especially liked was that it felt rather realistic, also by slightly tackling the social pressure and discrimnation coming with such an issue, while still being really
lovely. Additionally, in terms of characters (or side-characters to be specific), it was kept very simple instead of throwing a bunch of irrelevant characters in your face. There's the main couple, the best friend and the boyfriend, and that's basically it. That really allowed to give the main couple a decent backstory on both sides as well as a nice development, even though it's so short.
A bit more detailed character backstory;
Satsuki is a lesbian. She already knows about it, she was in love with a girl in the past and also confessed to her. The response was less pleasant though: She was told by her crush that she grosses her out. From that point she had a constant fear of falling in love with a girl again, forcing herself to be 'normal' and that her having feelings for a girl would be gross.
Kano on the other hand is a cheerful open minded girl, who doesn't understand love. She agreed to go out with boys who asked her out, but never had the feeling of being in love. This led to her never having a boyfriend for longer than one month. As you can guess already, as the story progresses she realizes that what she feels for Satsuki is love.