When you've grown tired of killing, taking care of a beautiful little girl can heal the soul and bring happiness to your life. (Warning: this is a age-gap love story, you have been warned. Usagi Drop all over again)
Good (early) story: Dale stumbles upon a little demon girl, and decides to let her live with him. The idea of a human taking care of a demon when they are generally looked down upon really is an interesting premise and it gives this story a different feeling than most fantasy novels I've read. But it is more of a romantic story than the title implies. There
is also a really slow start, so do not expect much action, adventures or anything else early on. (I liked the calm atmosphere though)
Mediocre Characters: The personalities are not very unique, it's actually a let down compared to the story. The shy little girl whom everyone adores. The overprotective older man with a dark past. As well as friendly Inn owners that doesn't stand out. It's all been done before, but I can't say I dislike anyone of them.
Art: It's not a very big part of light novels, but the art is really beautiful in this one. Latina is adorable, Dale is quite handsome and the pictures are perfectly portraying that. Absolutely among the top illustrations I've seen in light novels.
Overall, There are many time skips, so the girl's age is always changing, it's a shame that the author rushed the story so much. But if you do not mind age progression, then the story is very interesting. But that title really should be changed, since Latina is not considered a daughter for very long.