Upon entering high school, the very quiet but extremely cute Suiren becomes the immediate center of attention among the boys… but one particular boy does not look her way. The story of a quiet girl and a quiet boy. A short, refreshing love story.
Avelys Rating: 6/10
Avelys Notes: I really enjoyed the first few chapters in the beginning but as time went on, it started really dragging. I was super hooked at the start! Love the art. As the story goes on, it kind stops making too much sense and seems to have nowhere to go, which is disappointing. The main focus of the story continues to be the MC’s relationship with falling in love then dating and all the problems in between. The main character herself isn’t anything spectacular as she’s the stereotypical shoujo heroine. She’s quiet, pretty and only thinks about her boyfriend. Despite that, I thought the development, although somewhat slow, was nice. Cute always outweighs anything, especially when the art is very pretty. And I have patience with my manga so I liked it overall. I do recommend this manga if you’ve liked manga such as Kimi ni Todoke which shares slow romantic development.
Candy’s Rating: 5/10
Candy’s Notes: Summary of this manga, boring as F. From the beginning I was extremely bored. The two don’t even talk. There is nothing likable about the main girl except that she is cute. At least the main guy has a legit personality. I was surprisingly pleased that at the very least, the main girl makes the the first moves instead of sitting around waiting for something to happen. The art is pretty and i enjoy the pastel colors but that’s where the good points stop. It’s ongoing and long for no reason. You’ll enjoy this manga if you like slow manga where literally all the conversations happen in their heads.