User Reviews For: Sorry, But Can I Go All Out? -Cohabitation Fun with My Unrivaled Colleague-
Go all out you say? Um yes please!! This is a fun read. Not like haha every panel fun, but a bit refreshing in character development. Our h is a workaholic and has been dumped by her two-timing ex. Nothing is going right and the cherry on top is that she has to live with her work rival for a week! But he's actually really sweet and totally into her! Arts good. Story pacing is good. Want more!!!
I started reading this with 2 chapters out and really thought chapter 2 was the end of the series. Thinking back, that really should of been the end. In my humble opinion, I felt like the mangaka was rushing through the story just to write about the sex scenes. The story line is pretty textbook - two rivals wind up becoming a couple. The h is an independent woman who doesn't like relying on others but learn to do so - it's predictable. There was the added surprise that the H had a certain condition, which had potential to develop into a more interesting story but it was addressed and they moved on, which was why I seriously thought ch 2 was the end. There was also an ex that reappeared but the scenes changed so quickly without any dialogue as to what happened, I felt there was a gaping hole missing in the plot.
A storyline that just makes you want to binge it all in one go!
This one has been taking a long time between installments hence some of the negative reviews. The story in the 7th and 8th current chapter is beginning to dig into the unexplored elements that it introduced back in the second chapter. Rather than rush to reveal everything and send Sae and Kento off on their HEA right away, the author has taken the time to show us the shape their relationship will take, their mutually supportive dynamic, and how much they have in common. They both have talent and great work ethics. They're both a little insecure and hard on themselves. They've both been mistreated and betrayed romantically in the past, and thus have trust issues. They both place the other's happiness ahead of their own, and even though Sae can be a bit dense about it(and men's interest in her in general), it's clear that Kento adores her. The over all art is decent, and the side characters and their developments are interesting too.
In most aspects it's really good, but the female lead is intensely irritating. As a guy, it makes me really angry to see how she doesn't trust the male lead despite his constant efforts to make her happy.
plot has been done before but still a decent read.