Asuka is the kendo captain, and in the eyes of everyone in the school, he’s the coolest and manliest guy ever.
However, he actually loves baking, sewing, knitting, fluffy stuffed animals, shoujo manga, etc etc etc etc etc. He’s also painfully dense, amazingly kind, and adorablely heads over heels in love with Ryo (a girl that’s delicate on the outside but very tomboyish on the inside, ). Throw in a playboy best friend who’s actually the author of his favorite shoujo manga who’s trying to hook him up with his crush (who’s just as dense as Asuka), and we’ve got a hilarious story.
See this? Do you know what’s different about this? The GIRL is the one saying it! That’s SO refreshing!
Of course, the fact that all the guys are gorgeous doesn’t hurt. After a while, the story moves away from Asuka’s relationship with Ryo (the girl), and into more guys who have feminine hobbies (flowers, make up, etc). It kind of feels like the author is trying to stretch out the story, which is unfortunate.
Fortunately these filler-ish chapters are really amusing all on their own.
My only other complaint is the things that Asuka makes: they all look DELICIOUS!
Moral of the story: Be yourself, and get a boyfriend that’s more feminine than you are.