Marriage to the Wolf: The Tale of an Inter-species Union by Hana Inui

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With a bad harvest and more mouths to feed, the Hare village struggles to come up with ways to get through the year. One night, the answer to their prayers comes from… the WOLF Tribe? Monthly food rations for two years, enough for their whole village, in exchange for one of their own to betroth the Kuroe Family’s son. After a long journey to the Wolf Tribe, Kaede, who has sworn to find happiness in his new life, is immediately thrown into a pre-marriage ceremony with his new fiancé, Ren. What will Kaede do after meeting the completely insufferable and mean Ren, who he has to marry?!

CreatorHana Inui
Japanese Title狼への嫁入り ~異種婚姻譚~
Japanese Title (Romaji)Ookami e no Yomeiri ~Ishu Konintan~
Japanese PublisherShodensha Publishing Co.
English Publisherfutekiya

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2 reviews for Marriage to the Wolf: The Tale of an Inter-species Union by Hana Inui

  1. guety

    I was looking forward to this one since it got a lot of attention on yabai and chill chill and I did love it! In general I like arranged marriage stories and this one was really sweet. Kaede is a great main character, I really loved his determination to make things work for him when facing a difficult situation. I think Ren’s character development was well done too, and their relationship developed in a way that felt natural and it was pretty sweet. However, a couple of things made me quite uncomfortable so it’s not a 10/10 for me. I do think some people will be uncomfortable with the premise of forced marriage, and there are some consent issues, but I think overall people who like the arranged marriage trope will enjoy this manga.

  2. Yuzu ☆

    This series makes the “arranged marriage couple doesn’t get along at first and learns to gradually like each other” trope work very well with the small amount of space it has. It is satisfying to see Kaede and Ren progress from a couple not communicating to a bickering couple and follow how they eventually start to fall for each other. I feel like there was no big turning point for the “fall for each other” part, it just happened very naturally and didn’t feel too rushed although the pacing could have worked better with a longer series. I also wish there would have been more chapters where we follow them post-marriage so the readers could get a better hold of Ren’s character and the possible changes in the couple’s dynamic after everything that happened.
    Kaede was a very nice protagonist to follow. I liked how feisty and determined he was, trying different approaches to solve problems in his way and not giving in to Ren’s crappy attitude.

    I don’t know why I didn’t expect to enjoy this as much as I did. It’s a nice solid story. No wonder it has been doing well on different BL award lists.

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