Surprisingly not terrible. I was surprised that the identity of Daisy was revealed so early (to the reader, but not to Teru). I expected that to be a mystery that dragged on, even while Daisy's identity became increasingly obvious. Instead, it looks like a lot of the plots will come from Daisy trying to hide his identity in a much more natural way. I'm also pleased that it seems like the romance will be able to develop over time. And I like how Teru views Daisy: he's her friend, not because of anything he could do for her (which is why she tries not to ask much of him), and their connection as friends is more important than a romance. It's refreshing, to see a teenage girl put a supportive friendship as a top priority in her life.