居候の剣士と高校生のわたし by 芳賀さこ

Romaji Title: Isorou no Kenshi to Kokousei no Watashi

Link: http://ncode.syosetu.com/n5948bq/

Summary:

「蒼井 空」は高校二年生で、「超」がつくほどのお人好し。そんな彼女の前に一人の青年が現れた。彼の名は「ティエラ・トレス」。異世界の剣士だと言う。独り暮らしの空と元の世界に帰る術がないトレス。二人のちょっぴり甘く奇妙な同居生活の行方は……。

Longer Summary and Review and Spoilers:

Blue haired blue eyed hot fit well built ikemen suddenly appeared in front of Sora’s apartment. Sora (having a good character) brought the ikemen home (apparently she didn’t know that he was an ikemen until the next day) and on the next day, thanks to the “Miracle Stone (Direct translation i think Pendant would sound better than stone but whatever haha)”, Torres (da ikemen) was able to understand Japanese and briefly of the Japanese Culture even though Torres was from another world (オバジーン). Sora believed in Torres’ story since his clothes were very cosplay like as he was a knight and held a real sword, and allows (or urges wink wink) him to stay over at her place since he has no where to go.

The best part of this story would be here, during the period where Torres lives with Sora, solving his “merging with Japanese Society” problems.

  1. Watching TV
  2. First experience riding a bus and going shopping
  3. Going running and Sora realizing that Torres has no sense of direction
  4. Finding a Job
  5. Introducing Torres to her friends and aunt (Her parents died when she was young and she lives by herself because her Aunt travels frequently)

Through all these trials, they develop feelings for each other (obviously with other lovely dovely moments: IE Sora is beautiful…… not you I mean the sky (Sora means Sky in Japanese)).

Torres then gets into an accident and realizes that he is targeted by people from his world. He is backed into a corner where he had to make the decision to go back to his world, and Sora decides to go with him together after confessing. Torres hugs Sora and jumps into the lake together.

They arrive at the other world, where Torres gets Sora a job at the castle cafeteria in the kitchen and continues with his job as the Queen’s Knight. Due to the language barrier, Torres gives Sora the Miracle Stone, and was then kidnapped by a cray cray man who wanted to kill Torres due to his unfortunate background. That man was killed by Torres and Sora (yes Sora took part in the killing waaaaaaaaah now this part I like since she isn’t just a background weeping character). [Didn’t particularly like this bit because of the girls who liked Torres (the Queen, childhood friend who’s a knight and the city girl) were a bit unreasonable esp the queen, and the time spent between Torres and Sora was shortened by a lot. The plot I thought was too focused on Torres and Sora pov wasn’t explored as well]

Either there are inconsistencies in the plot in regards to the Miracle Stone, or perhaps I missed some information in regards to the stone but for some reason even though the stone was broken in the course of the last fight which saved Torres’ life, Sora was still able to understand the language spoken in the other world.

Sequel

Link To Sequel: http://ncode.syosetu.com/n0557bu/

Basically, the man was reincarnated into a demon called Kanon, and due to demon appearances, he and the castle knights protect the city by killing the Demons, where Kanon accuses Torres for killing his family (in this case, the demons, but he also bared the grudge of his unfortunate background related to Torres’ family). To stop the demons from appearing, Torres throws the Miracle stone (which was broken into 2 pieces and made into a pair ring for Sora’s birthday) into the Fountain of Time (The lake where Torres jumps into to get to Earth and meet Sora in the beginning of the story) and live happily ever after back at earth with Sora on Earth. <– Really brief. I didn’t particularly like the plot. Sora held a really background position.

I love the ending –> Torres decides to throw away everything compared to Sora throwing away everything. Totally approve since Torres can spend more time with Sora at Earth than on the other world 😀 ❤ ❤ ❤

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