`Love Skit' is an enjoyable manga, though perhaps not as sparkling as some we have seen. The main character, Aoto, is a head strong boy, though he has a sensitive side, as he is in unrequited love with his brother-in-law, Takashi. Takashi, a caring man, is still deeply in love with his dead wife.
Masayuki enters at this point, and pursues Aoto fervently in his friendly, affable, horn dog way. I found Masayuki to be a funny character, who takes some of Aoto's rebuffs seriously as to his old age and other flaws. Though the course of love does not run smooth, and though it is a journey we have taken before, it is enjoyable none the less. The romantic triangle could have taken another direction, but I was fine with the outcome (As it netted us a well drawn sex scene.)
The second love story in this Manga was one that I personally found to be quite appealing, and the reason I pushed the review to 5 stars. The Uke is a very unique individual, but adorable in his own way. Not a fighter, his hair style leads him to be the target of high school bullies looking to make names for themselves with their mad street fighting skills. Until one such street fighter is beaten and develops an interest in him, turning his world upside down. I was charmed by this story, but I have a thing for Uke's who don't look like the stereotypical Uke.
All in all, `Love Skit' is a steady, solid manga.