Feb 26, 2021
LoLyeah (All reviews)
I like how down to earth the romance in this manga are. Every character have it flaws. It may be lack the fantasy aspect from Tamaki's last work, TWGOK. But since now I'm an adult with much more experience, I can say that I prefer the characters in this manga more than TWGOK.

Our main characters, Rika and Takuya both are inexperience in love, yet both of them pretends to have marriage because of job reason. Will they keep pretending? Will they succeed? And as the title says, 𝘈𝘳𝘦 𝘠𝘰𝘢 π˜™π˜¦π˜’π˜­π˜­π˜Ί 𝘎𝘦𝘡𝘡π˜ͺ𝘯𝘨 π˜”π˜’π˜³π˜³π˜ͺ𝘦π˜₯?

It may depends on your perspective, but personally I like flawed characters more. The characters in this manga is very much have their own flaws, just like in real life. Adult romance, especially marriage isn't as easy as you would think. You need to think about your family, either financially or mentally. Even something like failure to communicate properly can make all hell let loose, which is not an uncommon cause of break up most of the time. I noticed some of you (as I read some comments in a certain manga sites) hate flawed characters and frustrated with them. If you are one of them, please refrain from reading this manga.

In short, I really like this manga, and probably one of the best romance manga that I've ever read in recent years. The story is kind of realistic protayal of adult romances. The characters aren't flawless. The art is pretty good, and reminds me of TWGOK but with more adult style. Last but not least, I pretty much enjoy reading this manga. I hope Tamaki keep up the good work for future chapters.