Married off to a man more than twenty years her senior, Koyuki has no idea what her new life has in store for her. She's so in the dark, in fact, that she hasn't even seen her husband's face! But Koyuki isn't alone in fumbling through the intricacies of wedded bliss. Mask-donning Shin might have many years on his young wife, but as it turns out, he's just as naïve as she is! Will this pair of innocents ever get past their awkwardness (and the age gap)?!
Source: Yen Press
This was such a sweet, adorable, cute, wholesome read. I can't believe it was original only suppose to have only 3 chapters, I'm glad we got 7 chapters tho I still wish it was longer. It is short but it is most definitely worth a read.
It's a good palate-cleanser type of manga. Shin and Koyuki are recently joined together in an arranged marriage. They wear yukatas, but others in their small town wear button-up dress shirts, so I assume it's meant to be based in modern times. But there's no cell phones and storks deliver written letters (or at least Shin and feir master use postal storks). Shin works dealing with the spirit world, and fe wears a mask to protect femself from getting possessed. Fe is about two decades older than Koyuki, a teenager. Koyuki is eager/desperate to be a good wife. Fe does cooking and cleaning and sometimes tries to initiate more Adult activities (which aren't ever done--it's an innocent relationship), but then gets embarrassed and blush-y and runs away. Shin is also very inexperienced with romance and gets equally flustered, though Koyuki thinks fe's cool as a cucumber because of feir mask.
Although I am wary with marriage arrangements involving a child, at least this story was innocent enough. I liked how Shin is very patient with Koyuki despite their age gap and how he's not at all forceful like some typical creepy dude in some romance manga.. I wish we could get more than just 7 chapters man -.-
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