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My Happy Marriage, Vol. 1 (light novel) (My Happy Marriage (Novel))

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Hazuki proves to be a cheerful addition that helps elevate some of the gloom surrounding this volume. There were moments were I felt like the side characters were over the top in their behaviour, but I gave it the benefit of a doubt as it read like a manga to me. The author does a really good job of building up to it and of justifying why it had been sealed, plus obviously, it's satisfying that she does have such an amazing talent after all she's been through, but to me at least, it didn't really feel necessary. It was all too easy for him to picture himself spoiling Miyo with gifts, forever chasing this warm feeling in his chest. Kiyoka played a big role in helping her heal, and I thought that their pure relationship and semi-slow pace was wholesome.

The next day, Prince Takaihito reveals to General Ookaito that the Emperor is responsible for releasing the Grotesqueries while planning to have his father atone for his actions in the future. To be honest, my expectations were a little low, mostly because I was used to reading poorly-translated versions of the novels. Unfortunately, his father Minoru, desiring a more prestigious bride for Kouji, has him engaged to Kaya so he will one day become head of the Saimoris. She soon realizes Kiyoka must know her entire history, including her lack of spiritual talents, yet he nevertheless wants to marry her. Kiyoka was cute, but there was so little to his character that I couldn't bring myself to see him as anything but 2dimentional.As beautiful as it is, there’s just so much not emotionally available in the scenes being portrayed. I also wish we’d get to see more of grandpa spending time with Miyo like a normal grandpa and granddaughter relationship. It covers Kyoka going and announcing to her family that he wants to formalise the betrothment, and telling her father and stepmother that he'll give them more betrothal money if they apologise directly to Miyo. It was originally a web novel serialized on Shousetsuka ni Narou that then began been published since January 15, 2019 by Kadokawa's imprint Fujimi L Bunko.

A manga adaptation illustrated by Rito Kohsaka [ ja] began serialization online via Square Enix's Gangan Online service on December 20, 2018. No untagged spoilers for anime episodes within 24 hours of release except for in its specific discussion thread. She was not loved by her parents, a daughter who was not needed by anyone, even her childhood friend, who was her only ally, was forced to marry her half sister and inherit her home. So I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed before starting this because before I knew of the world of light novels, I had watched the anime. I hadn't expected the fantasy/ghost/demon part of the novel, but I have no complaints, everyone loves a sweet, shy, rich, but hella powerful male lead that can protect the strong female lead.Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH). After escaping her abusive family and restarting her education, Miyo thought she would spend the rest of her days as Kiyoka's fiancée in peace.

One of the main reasons why I kept reading My Happy Marriage was to see the daughter-mother bitch duo get a taste of their own medicine- including that bastard of a father. It’s a bit ironic since although the two have quickly realized how important they are to each other, they’re not nearly as quick on the uptake that their feelings are romantic. The feelings of the cast are well articulated and it’s easy to understand Miyo’s thought process here, it’s realistic of someone who was brought up in her situation. In general, it was nice to read a series that didn't include the usual generic RPG creatures and monsters. Born to a noble family, Miyo is raised by her abusive stepmother and married off to Kiyoka, a soldier so heartless his prior fiancées fled within three days into their engagement.A "Cinderella"-inspired slow-burn historical romance with a paranormal twist set in Meiji-era Japan! Just like in Volume 1, I appreciate that her relationship with Kiyoka hasn’t instantly fixed everything and that instead there is a slow and steady path to working through her trauma. Claiming to be Kiyoka's familiar, he takes Miyo back to the Usuba household where she decides to turn over a new leaf-by carving her own path to reuniting with Kiyoka. While My Happy Marriage volume 2 greatly expanded on the supernatural aspects of this world, volume 3 goes even further.

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This is the volume where My Happy Marriage truly becomes a series, and while a wedding is set, I’m guessing this is going to remain My Happy Engagement for a while. I didn’t mind the lack of romantic scenes between her and Kiyoka either, although I understand why some people might be put off by it.

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