User Reviews For: No One Said My Roommate Would Be a Guy!


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Risuna Rating
Beautiful art style I was completely captivated by each panel of this sweet and sexy love story
Nyanko Rating
While the characters are lovely to look at, the story is a mess. There is very little consistency in key details, like the main character's memories of her cousin from the last chapter directly contradict the whole premise the story opens with. Characters are just introduced but don't provide anything that takes the story anywhere. Plot and story are paper thin, and the characters are even thinner. It's not even particularly hot, so this story doesn't have much to recommend it.
CieL Rating
Well, the draw's nice. I like it. It's better inside than in cover. But the plot just a bit too surrealistic. Something which usually not gonna happen in real, and it goes so fast for just a 3 book (although the book's price quite high and it's thick too). So it feels jump too much. Overall it seems like all smex scene in every situations. Those bloobs sucking and licking, plus grope and a bit sensored penetration. So the art's got 5 stars, but the story goes 3 stars, so in equal 4 stars. This series got a bit hard to find else where, so I decided to buy it. And a special promo included
MrsAnnifly Rating
Really nice drawing and an interesting Story but too much echi scenes that don't even make sense. She is running away because he touches her, he looks everywhere to find her and brought her back and as they are back again he touches her again... In summary the echi scenes come too fast without any sense or comprehensibly story and the male charakter is too much in need for my taste.
boarhandles Rating
This is simultaneously a great and frustrating story. For one, the art and sex scenes are A+; there's lots of good smut and the FL gets plenty of oral in all positions (yay). However, the ML is super annoying. It's like he doesn't know how to use his words, he's always doing stupid shit and then trying to solve it by sexually accosting the FL. Also, they don't ever flesh out Chika's college environment, even though it's the reason why she moved, the author spends zero time developing that part of the plot. There are tertiary characters / college classmates that play an ultra superficial role for no reason. The ending was kinda stupid too?we learn about Kaoru's job but it feels like it materialized from thin air and again there's no depth to it. I'd say this is a shallow but sexy story. Not completely without merit if you just want a fun read but don't go looking for anything of substance.
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