There is a lot of information out there about how to raise children. Google this phrase, the search results are endless. From expert advice articles to parent forums, parenting will always be the hardest job. While the job is a tough one, there is a satisfaction of watching a child or demon grow up.
The story begins with Dale Reki, a 1st rate adventurer. During a mission to help out the town where he is staying, Dale encounters the adorable Latina, a demon with a broken horn, who appears to be exiled from her home. Unwilling to leave the child to die, Dale takes her in and quickly becomes attached to the adorable Latina. Each small chapter details the raising and rearing of this demon child.
Although I felt the story was slow, it was well written. There was not a lot of magical fights, traumatic meltdowns, and demonic misunderstandings. If you’re not a big fan of the cutesy details, this book is not your cup of tea. The overflowing cuteness is weaved heavily throughout the chapters to describe the typical parent & child situations. When Latina speaks her first English sentence, the words to describe Dales’ proud emotions are so heartwarming that I could feel them.
I love the story for its funny and accurate depiction of parenting. Parenting isn’t a magical or a thrilling epic adventure every day. The story emphasizes all the between stuff matters; first laugh, argument, and friendship. Volume 2 is already on my list to read.
Dale is a cool, composed, and highly skilled adventurer who’s made quite a name for himself despite his youth. One day on a job deep in the forest, he comes across a little devil girl who’s almost wasted away. Unable to just leave her there to die, Dale takes her home and becomes her adoptive father. Devil or not, Latina is beyond adorable, and the adventurer soon finds himself head over heels with being a parent. But why was she out in the forest to begin with, and why does she carry the mark of a criminal?Add to CartLearn More