Though the loss of Ichigo’s father is discussed, overall, this is a very sweet and light-hearted read that had me giggling in joy and secondhand embarrassment.
The novel follows right along with all the chapters of the manhwa but adds so much more information that I’m glad I decided to read both in tandem. I highly recommend reading both the online manhwa as well as the novels so that you can fully understand, and appreciate the story.
I adore Melissa and her interaction with the dragons, I also love learning all the dragon/dragon knight lore, but I’m feeling somewhat squeamish about the age gap between Melissa and Hubert.
Picking up where we left off in volume one…
Imagine being an orphan of sixteen and finding out you inherited your ancestral home. Excited for a familial connection, in the form of the house, she wasn’t expecting to find 3 squatters or to find out the house is a gateway between our world and the spirit realm.
Never have I related so fast to a manga. I mean imagine finding out you have to go but you’ll be given magic and you can just do your own thing since multiple saviors have been selected. Sounds like a dream!
we get more interactions with Jinshin and we learn more history of, some of, the residence of the palace.