Sera is a bit of an airhead and spends most of her focus on art, but Ruriko had the patience to indulge her friend and wait a whole 5 years (one fifth of her life up to that point) to proceed with the plan, now they are married, she has ample chance to build up. I believe in her.
Kurumi-san sure seems ~friendly~. I'd honestly be more interested in a manga about genuinely just a pair of friends trying out marriage rather than one of them already being serious from the start.
Oh well. Usui Shio's always great. I'll take anything.
Shio wanted so hard to write a cozy domestic cohabitation story that after she realized that it wouldn't fit the pace of Crescent Moon and Doughnuts, she invented a wholeass new manga. Absolute madlass, full marks.
This seems like it'll be a fun, cozy ride. I like stories where characters question the nature of the relationships they end up in rather than relentlessly questing for labels like girlfriend or wife, and Shio has always excelled at quiet, subtle introspection. As long as we get some decent internal monologues and cuddling on the couch at eight in the night with glasses of wine before the TV, I'll be satisfied.