In order to pay for the debt that his parents left behind, Gin accepts an escort job from the bill collectors of the Tokugawa Group conglomerate. The client is a girl named Hikari who goes to Tokugawa Private Academy. Using the experience he gained from his previous part-time jobs, Gin protects Hikari along with the other escorts, Suke and Kaku. However, Hikari seems to have a hidden secret...!?
Light-hearted, amusing, and absolutely cliche, this fanservice, run-of-the-mill ecchi manga is a good pick up when you're bored.
For a short manga, it progresses properly and ends. That's something you can't say about a lot of other manga. The romance ending isn't super conclusive, but it works. The romance itself isn't anything new, but it works. The action sequences are average, but it works. The humor is standard fare, with boobies abound, but it works. All of these things work in this manga because it doesn't try to sell itself as more than it is, and if you approach the story with that mindset, it's
Cannot be more average for an ecchi romcom. The girls are decent, generic, sharp, and well-shaded, and defined. The effects are standard, same with background and scenery. The contrast between light and dark in this manga is pleasing to the eyes: Don't have to increase your screen brightness, but don't feel like you're staring at the sun all the time.
With the exception of the MC, everyone else is stereotypical. There's the big-breasted "kaichou" type, the tsundere loli, and the mischievous henchman. All in all, the main cast very much resembles High School DxD's, but with A LOT less development. The MC himself is your standard OP protagonist with an absurd hidden trait. However, it's nice that he can make quick decisions without relying on some bullshit personality change or "rage mode." He speaks his mind properly and isn't an indiscriminate pervert, and it works well for a fast-paced series like this one.
To say it's my favorite is going too far, but I don't hate it either. Would I reread? Probably not. Am I glad I read it? Sure, it was fun. Was it satisfying? Definitely. No feelings of "why didn't this happen" or "it could be longer." Was I frustrated at any point? Not really. The drama was minuscule but sufficient, and the story didn't drag on. It was fine, and that's that.