This Milk Morinaga title is very reminiscent of her most famous work, Girl Friends, but Kisses, Sighs, and Cherry Blossom Pink manages to provide for an endearing girl-girl relationship that is just as good, while also showing a few other short yuri stories to give the work more perspective. If you are a fan of yuri, or like Morinaga’s other works, this is probably something you should check out, and because Seven Seas Entertainment has compiled the whole amalgam into one omnibus, the investment isn’t all the much for this title. This is a somewhat short and economical read that has a lot to offer for yuri fans, and if you’re a fan of romance, this might also convert you into a yuri fan as well. The character designs are unique, although it is very apparent that Morinaga is behind the pen, as the artstyle is identical to that of Girl Friends. If you’re into yuri, pick this up and I’m sure you won’t regret it, and if you’re thinking you might want to get into yuri, this might not be a bad series to start off with since it isn’t all that long, though since you’re more likely to find discussion about the more popular work, I would say Girl Friends is a better place to start. This series though certainly contains a lot of value in a small package, and since there are other stories sprinkled throughout, you shouldn’t find the main story getting stale. Overall, this is a nice and solid yuri series that is well worth the investment.