This game shows what romance (and social interaction generally) in RPGs can be when freed from the familiar conflict-centered and "success-or-failure"-driven frameworks. Romance as a mutual exploration of intimacy rather then a series of consent-breaking dice rolls. Attraction as a natural development rather then something that is deliberately done *to* you as a way of getting leverage.
The setting is wonderful, and the writing does a good job of establishing and maintaining the feeling of it. There are countless delightful phrases and minor creative decisions throughout. All in all, an excellent game text.