Inukami: a sacred being with a dog-like appearance that forges a contract with a powerful human tamer to help them eliminate evil monsters and demons.
Though Kawahira Keita is the descendent of a long line of Inukami-tamers, he seems to lack the necessary ability and has been forsaken by his family. One day, he meets a cute Inukami named Yoko, who, at first glance, looks graceful, obedient, and beautiful...but upon forging a contract with her, Keita discovers that Yoko is a wild and mischievous Inukami that no one has ever been able to control.
The first five volumes of Inukami! were published in English as individual volumes by Seven Seas from October 28, 2008 to January 5, 2010. The same publisher also released the series in two onmibus volumes from November 9, 2010 to March 1, 2011.
Overall, this was a nice story, The art is nice, the characters are lovable with a nice tsundere lead, the protagonist is a perverted idiot who wanted a harem but couldn't get one. The jealousy and twists and just a nice amount of comedy.
It was nice that it wasn't a harem, cause they do tend to be overdone, but it was a situation where a harem would be nice
----Spoiler that won't ruin the entire story, just one part----
In fact, the only problem I had with this story was that the protagonist actually had the chance to get the harem of his dreams, but the main
girl wouldn't let him, and I wouldn't have minded if they were childhood friends or if she was his girlfriend from the beginning, but she wasn't; and to be honest with you that was the only thing that bothered me in this entire story (I'm not mad that it wasn't a harem story, but It would have been better if the author didn't add that one part, or made it a harem at some point just because of that one moment)
I can honestly say that, that one scene pissed me off a lot and made me love this story just a bit less
Inukami was a lighthearted read, but I didn't feel special or different from other reads that have somewhat similar premises.
Story - The stories' plot is simple and easy to pick up. The story takes a more comedic route. I felt that the series was too short and knew it was too short that the story couldn't reach its full potential. The comedy in this series made me chuckle or smile, but not truly laugh.
Art - The art in this series is notably done in a cutesy style. That is good or bad depending on a person's taste, but I can also say that it is
Characters - The main two characters are enojoyable and the supporting characters fall in between slightly bearable to slightly enjoyable as they are introduced with a set personality and little to no development.
Overall - For what this series was trying to be, I felt very average. If you enjoy light (really light) comedy with cute characters. This is probably for you.