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The man Koharu loved wasn't cheating on her...he was cheating on his wife with her! And not only that...he was the third guy in a row to do so. Dejected, she leaves Tokyo for her hometown, and rejects a future of love and marriage for a simpler life. But things have changed—her parents are struggling, the cafê they ran is closed, and a creepy man keeps following her around. She thinks this may be it for her, until she learns that her hometown has allowed polygamous marriage, and she's in that man's sights as his third wife!
Nov 15, 2016
56 of 195 chapters read
73 people found this review helpfulPreliminary
The "seductive but autistic" shoujo man archetype here is brought to its astounding limits.
The women are a little more vivid, which is not saying much, even if the protagonist just take decisions for the sake of the plot. No character improvement so far whatsoever (when you think Koharu finally grew up a little, BANG she does something really stupid).
The "moral clashs" the characters have in the course of the story are laughable, same thing as the occasional drama.
I guess if you like abusive relationships or hitting your head with a rubber baseball bat while recitting Sylvia Plath in C major you will be into this manga. read more
Apr 7, 2020
187 of 195 chapters read
52 people found this review helpful
The polygamous relationship peaked my interest and curiosity at the beginning and tbh it was pretty enjoyable up until a certain point. (For me, it was around chapter 105.) The author really forced this idea of keeping a polygamous relationship when it really didn't need one.
The story felt like it was empty. Nothing was ever solved but more or less pushed to the side. It felt like the story was going somewhere but it really just looped a full 360. I won't lie tho some scenes were cute but MOST of the time they were out of place..
The art was amazing honestly. Can we just have an applause for the artist? The art is what saved the manga.
Character development for Koharu was good at first but when she started accepting everything that came her way, it got ridiculous. There really was no character development because it all just came back to where they first began.
Again it could've been good....but it wasn't at all. read more