I expected the story to be as lame as the title but I was pleasantly surprised. Teru is very likeable as the main character. She is strong yet still able to be silly at times. She is able to stand up for herself when she needs to not just relying on DAISY to come and save her even though she asks him to. I think the thing that makes her stand out from your average shojo heroine is that she seems like a normal girl. Such a simple thing that not a lot of shojo artist seem to get right.
Like Teru, Kurosaki has a lot of depth and character as well. It is the mystery behind his past and his motivations that really drive the story. It’s not just a simple “and then they fall in love” story. The way he interacts with Teru is genuinely sweet at times, even when he’s feigning meanness. I get very tired of reading about hero’s that are just perfect and never do anything wrong, or even if they do it’s an exception or treated as if it’s okay because they did it. The story questions if the heroic things he does are really good. Hacking for instance if, even when it’s used for good, it should still be considered a crime.
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