He lies to her constantly. He NEVER tells her more than the bare basics of his trait. He never trusts her. It's just lies, minor jealousy fit, bedroom makeup time, repeat. Pretty much all of the other girls were better written.
I loathe resets, and this one isn't even fully resolved beyond a "things are looking up". And both the end "fights" are like a short paragraph.
Mostly it's just his own organization he builds up and that takes place behind the scenes typically (as in briefly mentioned but not really written). Which would be fine, but he knows the freaking world is ending soon. He even waits 2 months to hold a press conference to warn that things are accelerating after finding out.
His semen cures zombies, and his blood ends up killing them. I really want to know what would happen if a male was bitten in front of him or if a 400 pound ugly old lady was. Not because that's my kink, but because somehow it's always a s*xy middle or highschooler that it happens to...
All the planets merging into one mega planet made zero sense to me.
-The sister. ~50 chapters of teasing her entry. ~100 chapters for them to meet up after said entry. And than like 10 chapters before she's f**king kidnapped. REALLY? I was looking forward to the yandere personality of hers being added to the mix instead of just an "oh I tested you and you passed and now I'm gone" thing. Extremely dissatisfying.
I'm rather worried about what's going to happen when he gets found by the hero party. He loves and misses his sister and she legit needs him since the hero trait has killed most of her feelings. Most of them didn't even want to kick him out and/or knew he was the glue that kept the party moving and want him back. But doing so will ruin his shop and probably screw up his budding relationship and kill most of what makes this series fun to read. Hopefully the author has this planned out and isn't just making things up as he goes.
Basically the MC was summoned into this world, but into the betrayed heroes dead body. Second volume has the original owner of the body waking up and taking control again (even though he wants to stay dead). Than most of the volume devolves into him chasing after his lost romantic interest to say farewell or whatever.
Would have been far far better just having the MC deal with the problems of walking around in the heroes former body.
On a side note I feel the stars are trying to teach him how to make a harmonious harem instead of the warpath he has always walked.
Which is interesting since it's the opposite of most of these novels.