Dani's bright future as an elite tennis player comes to a sudden stop when, during a match, she has a heart attack. Her newly discovered condition affects not only her health, but also her relationship with her mother, as well as her career. Wanting to get away from everything, she leaves behind the big city — and all her problems — and goes with her cousin to a little coastal village. There she meets Blanca, a girl full of life and in love with astronomy. Blanca reminds Dani that life can be beautiful, and that she can shine again like stars do.
I very much like the characters and specifically the way their emotions were portrayed. Dani's depression was well-portrayed and their falling in love was also well-portrayed. I definitely found this story to be heartwarming and sweet. And I suppose I could see it as uplifting as well, but I personally think I would've found it as even more uplifting if it had emphasized that you don't have to dedicate your entire life to your interests or goals in order for you to get enjoyment from them or for them to be worthwhile. Like, there's a little bit of an implication that your life will be miserable if you don't have aspirations to aspire to, and I don't think that's accurate (or, necessarily, the best message to be sending to people). It also would've been nice if this manga had maybe emphasized a point that I think it might've been trying to imply--that your goals are probably worse if they're based on how other people are in relation to you (like how Dani's goal of being the best tennis player just ended up causing fem pressure and stress) and that goals should instead just be based on yourself (like how Blanca's goal of studying astronomy only required Blanca femself to act and didn't involve other people being worse at astronomy than Blanca). Anyway, this was a cute manga and I enjoyed it quite a bit. Also, the artwork was very good. I feel like I should mention that.