@torka Looking at the free preview on Bookwalker, the illustrations aren't particularly skeevy. There's just the common swimsuit/lingerie, but really JNC already has series with far worse. And even if the comments above about it having lots of sex are true, JNC has dozens of titles already with sex, albeit usually off-camera. JK Haru has tons of detailed sex, and it's never had a retailer problem because the scenes in question are only in words, no illustrations.
I think this series should be safe to get since I don't see any evidence of nudity. So all JNC has to do is put the mildly ecchi color illustrations at the back of the book (which they already do) and there shouldn't be any problems.
The main issue is licensing. J-Novel Club has never gotten a license from Shueisha before, with Yen Press and Seven Seas the only publishers to have gotten titles from Dash X Bunko.
I've largely lost interest in this story as it doesn't really deliver what the title or blurb implies. It ends up focusing on the demon king stalking his daughter more than his relationship with the wife, who barely ever appears in the story.
Not sure what's going to happen with this one. Is it going to be a rare one where the manga actually ends up with more story than the light novels?
Hopefully the novels themselves can be continued until an appropriate conclusion is reached. I'd be interested in reading them if that's the case.
The new license reminded me a bit about this so I thought I'd give this one a bump. The new one is about a guy training a gal or something while Hiota no Kanojo is about a girl that's trying to learn about eroge cause she likes the protagonist. Ecchi Romcom Justice.