Mamoru-kun ni Megami no Shukufuku wo!

Review: When Yoshimaru Mamoru enters his new school the first thing he sees is Takasu Ayako, who is standing at a blossoming sakura tree even though it is autumn. When Ayako asks why he is starring at her he exclaims that he is stunned by this beauty. Mamoru’s cuteness is causing her to blush as she approaches him and confesses her love to him and suddenly all the sakura trees around start blossoming. Because of this event the whole school is in an uproar. Mamoru find out from his friends that Ayako usually is a beautiful yet frightening, strong and moody girl who easily gets angry. Yet, when she is together with Mamoru she is very shy and cute. She also seems to have some sort of mysterious power.

This anime is based on a light novel series, which you can already see in its superiour storytelling compared to similar anime. Yet it is not interesting or good enough to call it outstanding. Those who like creazy comedy and tsundere romance will have fun with this show.
Rating: 8/10

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