As soon as I noticed there wasn't really a proper review of this manga yet, I decided to grab my keyboard and tell you a bit about this interesting story - without spoiling the main plot.
So the story evolves around a girl named Haruno, Mitsuki. She has always been a bit of a loner, because she tended to concentrate on studying a lot and just didn't quite fit in. It was her childhood friend Aya-chan, whom supported her in finding a reason to keep going. And so Mitsuki enters her high school, determined to make friends. It's hard to make friends, because nearly
all the girls in her high school tend to fangirl around 4 guys - 4 members of the basketball team. Let it be that they start to visit a café which is an important place for Mitsuki, she works there part time and it is her place to relax. And they start to tease her a bit, etcetera ectetera..
Anyway, I'm trying to show you by this quick summary that it kinda feels like a typical reverse harem, but don't get me wrong, it definitely isn't one of those stories. It's just your typical romance involving basketball, and which girl doesn't like that? But to be real to you guys, I don't like the story that much, it is surely passable not a thing I'd normally enjoy. That's why I have graded it with a 6.
Eventhough the story cuts a bit short and reading what this manga was about didn't get me all that excited. I decided to read it anyway because the art style is really pretty. Hell.. I only decided to look into this manga because I thought the cover was pretty and the guy looked pretty amazing to me. Haha. So yeah, the art is a 10 worthy.
I got to admit that I don't think the characters have that much depth.. But that might just be because the story hasn't come that far yet and the mangaka just simply needs to give the characters more in depth. But as it looks right now, the girl is one of those typical shoujo girls and the guys in this story are those typical type of guys, that you also find in otome games and reverse harems. But yet they have small treats that makes them diverse from the rest and that made me give the characters a 7.
Eventhough this manga lacks in some aspects, it's pretty enjoyable to read and surely underrated. A 9 for enjoyment, mmmmhmm! So yes.. Start reading you bastards~! ;)
And if you count those all up and do some math, it all comes back to an 8. It's fun to read, so it's definitely worth the 8.
If you are interested in a shoujo manga involving basketball and very cute guys, you should start reading it now ^^