I haven't finished the manga, but I've read enough to write a review. I may add more once it's done.
After reading a bunch of shoujo manga, this is nothing new. In fact, this is more cliché than a lot I've read... especially scenes like hiding in the futon and the main guy's friend/relative falling in love with the MC. The relationship between Tsukasa and Hayato was a different at first, but once they started high school it turned into a boring trope. Bit disappointing, but it's not the worst thing I've seen.
This story isn't something you'd read for a fun and complex plot, it's
mainly for enjoyment.
The art was good, though no different from other manga of this genre. Even so, I like how the artist actually made an effort to put in scenery, instead of having roses in the background.
The personalities of the characters are fine, but sometimes it's hard to understand why they acted how they did. The thing with Mayu for example, people in the real world would be able to take a hint. In the dialogue, there's more thinking than talking.
It's nice to read, although I'm not really one for this 'love triangle' thing. It's just used to drag on the story and it makes readers frustrated.
Sweet, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who wants to be pulled into a manga for its interesting plot.