Each story touched my heart.
I Want to Know Everything♥ - At first, I didn't understand why the girlfriend had to stalk the boyfriend. The girlfriend love her boyfriend too much. But everyone is unique, so yeah. Now, the boyfriend. Maybe it's how it was translated or what. But there is this one line he says at the end that can cause dislike. The intentions were good though, so I didn't really mind it too much.
Upside Down Honey - I liked this more than ''I Want to Know Everything♥'' 'cause it made me laugh. I love the sadistic parts; I find it really funny. I
feel like Chisato's personality fluctuates to make the story more convenient. Even so, this story is still enjoyable.
Fall, Fall, Rise - Oh, my gosh. This I find sweet and funny. In the beginning, it was funny; like Mad Dog introducing his friends. ''Mad Dog'' is supposed to be this scary guy you want to stay clear of, but I don't feel that from him. I thought he was nice. Michiru, I feel, is rather prejudiced. She goes after guys by their looks. But then again, who wouldn't stay clear of guys who looks like they'd like to beat you up?
Tomorrow There Will Be Fireworks Above - Wow. This one made stung my heart. Me and rejection. I mean, being told the person you like likes someone else to your face AND that ''someone else'' is your best friend. Oh, and let's not forget your best friend likes that person too. Ouch. Tomoe seems like a pitiful person, but no one's really at fault. There are times people are so concerned with themselves about love, they forget about other peoples' feelings. Tomoe's best friend, Rikka, in my opinion, was being a good friend. Even though she liked the same person as Tomoe, she supported her, brushing her feelings aside. I think it'll still have the same outcome if Rikka came clean to Tomoe. The character's actions are believable, which makes this an enjoyable story and maybe something we can relate to.
Super ☆Star - Gosh. What made me like this: the fact Kiyoko and Hoshino are not the most popular kids in class or in school. They're just students. Keeping that in mind, for Kiyoko, Hoshino stands out the most. It's like that phrase: “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder'' and “You don't love a woman because she is beautiful, but she is beautiful because you love her” or something like that. I thought this story was touching.