Naoto Watari has had his share of struggles: His parents died two years ago, and now he and his sister live at his aunt’s house. There, his desire to protect his sister earned him notoriety as “the guy with the sister complex,” — which never mattered to him, as his sister always came first. But when Satsuki, a childhood friend-turned-enemy, becomes his school mate, Naoto’s ordinary life is thrown into chaos… and Satsuki may just be the beginning.
This review is up to Volume 5. The start of the manga kinda hints towards a suspence, story. But for the most part it's just a quirky romance-drama manga. Our hero has a Girl he likes, Yukari, a childhood friend, Satsuki, whose interested in him, and a kohai, Makina, who has mixed feelings about the MC. From this description it seems like just another crap, harem story. But to my surprise, the MC gets asked out by a girl -Can't name her mild Spoiler- and they start dating. This is where the manga gets intersting. but this also happens 2/3 of the way into Volume 4. Before this crucial point the MC acts like a loner incel (Sorry I didnt know how to better describe this characterization), refusing to make any decisions himself. Trust me when you read it you will understand. So you have this meh trashy drama for the first 3 and a half volumes, and then it finnaly turns into a good love triangle-ish manga. Atleast it doesn't do that cheap thing where the MC never picks a girl, so the reader can imagine whatever ship they want, without having the Manga invalidate their fanfic. It's a fun read, some really cute Waifu's its different enough from generic harem manga, that I can confidentl give it a sold 7/10. I have a bad feeling for the ending of this manga, if that one cute girl gets dumped I WILL BE PISSED. and rate it lower. But the fact that I am so invested in the ending, shows that there is something to this story that keeps you hooked.
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