Cute, simple, brain dead fluff. Nothing more and nothing less. It can be a bit cringy at times though, and I did questioned a few things like:
- Thats a huge manor why are there no other employees but her? 😐
- Is the guy legit autistic or was the author really trying to pass his behavior off as simple anime logic.
- How can the MC, someone supposedly so smart, be so dumb as to not understand the social ramifications of playing house with a young single man and his daughter? Especially in that time period?
So good side, heart warming and cute.
Eh side, art's decent, magic system is good but not the focus.
Bad side, the romance is slow and awkward.
The main problem is the that MC is still in love with a guy from her past life, and the guy is clueless about everything. He's not bad but he has no idea how to act, like some form of low-grade autism he just doesn't GET people.
So the romance is danced around, and danced around, and danced around. If this wasn't a romance and they just genuinely were caring for the adopted daughter, or if it was just a straight romance, it'd be better, but the dancing drags the pace down and what plot there is has to deal with it.
The story is largely saved because the daughter is cute, and the 3 of them, plus the 3 spirits, are just cute together. If you can put up with the not-romance it's a fine bit of fluff, but really nothing else, and I like fluff.