Yoshino Nako is a high school girl with an optimistic attitude. Her life changes when her family must house her new brother-in-laws younger brother, Hayami Konatsu. This story is lighthearted, fun tale of people overcoming their problems with family and love.
Without giving too much away, I can say that the story line is pretty predictable. The good thing about the story is it's fun and simple. There's many different characters who add to the story and it's a lot of fun to watch the relationships develop. This story isn't anything too special, but if you're in the mood for some
thing relatively short (12 chapters), super funny, and will make you feel good after reading it, NanaKo Robin is a good choice.
The art is pretty good. It's nothing too special about it but it's clean and not too busy. I like the character designs and the outfits they were drawn in. I felt the art added a lot to the story but wasn't distracting.
The characters in this story are great. It's one of my favorite aspects in this manga. Each character have their own individual flair. The female protagonist Nako is cute and optimistic but has a very fiendish side to her. Konastu, as the male lead, is mean on the outside but warm on the inside (aww, how cute.) The supporting characters are a great addition and are each spectacularly fun. Bu-chan is one of my favorites.
This manga has a high enjoyment level for me. I thought it was fun and sweet. There are some hysterical parts in here that I couldn't stop from laughing out loud. The characters are fun and unique. The story is a subtle kind of sweet where you aren't overwhelmed and you have plenty of chances to laugh along the way.
I gave this manga an 8 out of 10. The story could have had more depth, and the art could have been more spectacular. But I had fun reading this and I enjoyed watching these characters deal with their problems.
If you're looking for something lighthearted and really funny, you'll enjoy this one.