Haruna used to play softball in middle school, as a result she’s a muscular tomboy whose never had a boyfriend. Now that she’s entered high school she’s determined to change all that by becoming feminine, get her first boyfriend and fall in love. There she meets handsome and popular Yoh, who reluctantly agrees to coach her in the ways of men and dating, under one condition: Haruna cannot fall in love with HIM.
Is High School Debut the quintessential shojo series? No, not exactly: some of its humor will not impress all, and some more jaded readers will find something lacking in its ending. But for those readers who like a light-hearted series with a semi-serious core, filled with romance and drama and entertainment in spades, the series ends on a perfect note. For thirteen volumes, it is not a series you will regret picking up. Any shojo fan will enjoy themselves while reading the high school hijinks of Haruna and Yoh as they fall in and out of a crazy little thing called love.