Ooh! I wasn't expecting the reasoning behind keeping the confession from Himari to be that solid, now I'm a lot more interested in this story knowing that Aisiri is trying to prevent love conflict problems while inadvertently creating them herself.
Blech. I wouldn't necessarily hate this kind of story, but the presentation just feels a little too cutesy and jokey for what the characters are actually doing. It started off as a funny awkward miscommunication, but when the lie means Asagiri is taking pictures of herself bathing and unknowingly sending them to a virtual stranger, and Airi is a literal inch away from kissing her under false pretences, it's kinda...
There's a line between a zany misunderstanding that becomes increasingly difficult to correct, and straight-up lying to someone so you can continue taking advantage of them, and Airi's starting to push it a bit. The story does earnestly dip into the drama side of things, especially when Airi starts thinking about how lonely and jealous she feels about her sister, but it's just not quite working for me yet. Maybe it's just something as simple as the art style looking too fluffy, or maybe the jokes are just hitting me the wrong way, but either way, I'm not really on board so far.
You know, I'm sure it's all going to be done lightly and it will all work out OK in the end and normally I always read yuri even if it's not very good and and and . . .
I just couldn't make myself want to read chapter 2 knowing that it was going down that pretending to be the other person road. The whole concept grates on me too much, I'm not doing it.