Sep 29, 2022
*Warning: my grammar is pretty bad.*
"Ew, why are you marrying your daughter?" maybe many people said that after hearing what happened in this series, or maybe guessed it just from the title.
Age-gap relationship is something many people thought as crazy, but you must've heard how some rich old man somehow married an adult woman 10+ years younger than the guy in real life, or maybe the reverse. Well, things happen in real life, crazy or not.
But in this series, you can just turn blind eye to the age gap as how adorable (shy girl template) Latina is growing and her geunine feelings to her savior--Dale.
What surprised me is, the title didn't really last long (even so, I can't think of another titles that can represent the story). When it happens, it comes so sudden and fast.
The anime adapted up to 30% of vol 3.
Time is the main trouble for this series. I don't mind the time skips, but I hate when they had slice of life whatever flashback insert after Latina grew so big. I want to enjoy the present Latina I'm currently reading, not getting back to the past to read a random SoL moment.
Vol 5 still had the best writing imo. Vol 8 is second best written.
As light novel art, I prefer Kei's art. The art evolves each time, and vol 8 had the best arts.
It wraps up nicely at vol 8, hits the readers about "living a different time".
Vol 9 contains some after vol 8 wedding, but it is mostly extra contents from the past of the characters.
Latina's parents whole story was explained in vol 6, but of course you need to know vol 1-5 main events.
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