Can I Brag About My Very Devoted Wife to You?
Tsukushitagari na Uchi no Yome nitsuite Dere temoii ka?
Comedy, Romance, Slice of Life, School Life
SB Creative/GA Bunko
Number of Volumes
“Shinyama Minato-kun…! Will you make me your bride, please?”
Hanae Riko, the most beautiful girl in the school, proposed to me, and before I knew any better, my newlywed life had already begun.
My wife was so cute as she always happily follows me around every day and doesn’t want to leave my side even for a moment.
She always does all the cleaning, laundry, cooking, sewing, and other household chores like a pro, and her skills are flawless.
In addition, she was extremely devoted to me.
“I’ve made a fortune in investments so that Minato-kun can play and live for the rest of his life. Use it as you like!”
This kind of overzealous service regularly occurred.
And I couldn’t help but think it’s adorable how she wagged her invisible tail so wildly whenever I gave her a single word of praise.
Yes, in front of me, Riko was like a small dog loving its owner too much.
But don’t be conceited.
This was a contract marriage.
Riko was not in love with me.
– When I had finally asked her why she was still so devoted to me despite being under contract, she puffed out her cheeks and responded.
“Minato-kun, you’re too cautious about the proposal…”
Eh… so it’s fine for us to get married under contract…?
This was a love story that started with a marriage at day zero and was just a happy, one-sided love story.
Insulin will be required after reading this series, probably one of the most fluffy, cute romcoms I've read in a while. Usually a dense MC would slow down the pace of the romance but due to the love train that is Riko going at full pelt, the building romance goes at a good, slightly more natural pace. I'd recommend this series and would love to see it licensed.
@facelessone Illustration for volume 2