The romance is a bit rushed at the beginning but the story itself is sweet and quite memorable. There aren't a lot of clichés and the characters are on the mature side, not leaving much room for misunderstandings that would typically drag on for many chapters. I definitely recommend this manga!
I'd like to point out that, despite the fact that our female protagonist, Haruhi, is a clown for drunkenly pushing a man to marry her simply because she doesn't want to return to run her father's company, she chose a very fascinating sliver fox. Basically mr sliver fox himself, Sunohara is a calligrapher and is 10 years older than her (she’s 22 basically). She on the other hand, is a machine operator working in the construction sector. I liked the fact both the characters occupations are uniquely different cause I hardly ever see those jobs roles being mentioned in manga!
I also liked how simplistic and lovely it is for both the characters to get to know one another. That’s regardless if they married at first sight like yeah, it’s a odd way to sign marriage papers at a pub but hey, anything can happen anywhere I guess! Also I hated that guy that fancied Haruhi, read to find out why....
If you want a cute story to check out, this one is definitely one for you all to see!
I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS! It's a beautiful story, and if you're looking for something wholesome and funny, but loving and sweet, this is the story for you! I hate that this was so short haha! :D
I really reaaaaaaally hate age gaps HOWEVER, i loved their relationship it beautifully unfolded and didn't have any toxic parts in it. It was quite fast paced but for a short manga it makes sense. I was happy with the ending. The tropes involved are very overused but still it was quite comforting and cute. I usually only read high school romance mangas so this was a little different for me but again I really enjoyed it and would love if it had a physical copy.
I just loved this so much. Reading it made me feel genuinely happy and fluffy. Haruhi and Nagato are also so cute and the dialog is surprisingly hilarious. How could anyone hate this?