Just what you'd expect from Mikuni Hajime, although I think that the writing and dialogue is weaker than in the later serializations. At times I was a bit lost what the characters are actually trying to say, especially when Nonoka's imagination is running wild in chapter 4. The dialogue when the delusion has ended doesn't really add up with either what is said during the delusion or what has been said before. When Kanade says "But it won't. Will it?" and leaves I have no idea what she's refering to. And when Nonoka sums up their talk with "She said it can't happen because it's not a delusion", I have no idea what that means. Oh, and Kanade all of a sudden knew about Nonoka's delusions, although Nonoka seemed to never have spoken of them. But I did like that Kanade didn't catch Nonoka when she tripped and that she can't kiss her if Nonoka's doesn't love her back. That was sweet and sincere. I also would have liked a longer denouement about the main couple. The ending was rather abrupt and solely focused on a gag.