The Glass family is young, interracial, and interspecies. The mom Morgan is badass but also soft, caring, and totally a momma bear. I think it's important to point that out because too many times women are portrayed as either badass and emotionless or soft and weak. I liked that Morgan had every trait and was confident in her relationship with her husband.
I've never been a big fan of fairy tales. I'm more of a mythology gal. Greek, Norse, African you name it I'll read it. Out of all the fairy tales I've seen Beauty and the Beast is one of my least favorite. So imagine my surprise when I realized I genuinely enjoyed these novels. Title: [...]
The season finale was everything I wanted it to be. EVERYTHING!
For the last few episodes it seemed like Kuro has been doing all the dirty work with the repeated dying and all but in this episode Kotoko finally comes through [honestly best friend goals]. I think Kuro has died for the last time this season
Golem likes to say he doesn't have feelings and by now we know that's not true but even the beginning he protected her. I'd like to think he always had emotions but because in lived in a solitary existence he never had a chance to show them.
Kotoko gets her twitter finger cracked and poised in preparation for her battle of wills with Rikki. Saki is supposed to be keeping an eye out for any changes in Kuro as he battles Nanase but ultimately gets caught up in Kotoko's internet scam of the century.
Kuro opens up emotionally for probably the first time this season and admits "Yes, I love her."
I swear I feel like Somali has some secret ability because she always finds things and trouble just draws to her like a moth to flame.
We're finally introduced to Kuro's cousin Rikka-san. She supposedly died but the way Kotoko talked about her was if she's alive and is causing problems. I know Rikki-san is a problem and probably the big villain and a catalyst in Kuro's story line.
I wouldn't be me if I didn't comment on the "I'll die for you as many times as you need me to" line. As much as I loved that I questioned it too.