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Aya clearly had a ton of fun writing the 10 stories that make up this series. Each one tells the tale of a mismatched romance between some ordinary human and a magical monster girl. The stories are not deep. They do take a moment or two to look into some of the problems that would be encountered by such strange relationships, but the problems are usually overcome by the end of the story.
Still, they are fun stories with a certain humor that allowed me to smile my way through them.
Great for monster girl fans and even better if you enjoy a fluff romance to go with it. The writing and development of characters was great. I really enjoyed this series and look forward to more by this writer.
This collection of stories has been well-worth the wait, pulling together so many various relationships across many various species of monster girls. I've been enjoying the pacing for the stories, and I'm eager to see what others will come in the future. It's been a fun ride to watch as each of the couples goes through various unique and unusual struggles that yet still feel very familiar to the relationships that I've been through, it's made most of these very relate-able. I'm trying to not give away any spoilers, since each twist and outcome is worth discovering on your own as you go through the collection, but suffice to say that while these short stories are indeed short-and-sweet, you can't help but want them each to go on in a continuation to see where they all go.
Little side-note; it's been quite fun reading these to my wife as well, she gets a kick out of the fun and often-silly humor, but also enjoying the adult scenes and how the couples spend their intimacy. ;)
I'm definitely going to be watching for more of these by the same author.
I read a lot of manga like monster musume and other human and non human relationships. I was curious to see how Western literature would measure up. I was not disappointed by this book. Definately worth the read if this is your interests