Overall, not too bad. The Canadian setting was nice for a change. Most stories I've read usually have England, Australia, Italy, Greece or the US, as their setting. Both characters were typical of this type of romance. The story had a good pace, and the development was okay, with a predictable but satisfying ending. Definitely a classic Harlequin romance.
If you're looking for something simple and nice to read, Do You Like Handsome Men will probably be up your alley. This story is a slow-burn romance with truly endearing characters--a total feel-good read with pretty art. I thoroughly enjoyed every page!
Love happens in strange ways. Even though the plot and setting are common, the author did a good job of making the story different. Kakeru and Makoto are quirky. Nice. A second volume would be awesome.
Fun, smut, and love! You can't get a better balance than this. I thought this would be another senseless smut fest, but how wrong I was; the ending was just as I'd hoped and made it totally worth the read. Daiki's a sweetie! A second volume with the two leads would be awesome!
The art is different but pretty and it grows on you and, at least, the sex is consensual. The only thing that was a bit off-putting is Hotaru's constant pessimistic worry-wart attitude; he's correct, society isn't pretty and some people don't react well to same-sex relationships, but not taking any risks at all isn't good either. So if there are future volumes, I hope Hotaru develops a spine and Kei remains supportive.