When the members of MON get suspended for accidentally zombifying a young girl (with an assist from Lala), Kimihito tries to console them by spending a full day on a date with each individual member. Not surprisingly, every date ends in its own unique flavor of disaster. From dodging ghost marriages to picnics gone wrong, Kimihito will be very glad indeed when MON's suspension is over! Meanwhile, Draco learns a lesson in humility while trying to win back Miia's favor. It's more chaos and comedy in this MON-focused volume of everybody's favorite monster girl series!
So far, Kimihito's been lucky. The monster girls living with him have been cute, curvaceous, and have never tried to kill him on purpose. But now, the dark side of liminals rises to the surface. Piggish orcs run hog-wild over Japan to satisfy their perverted desires. And the team that the government assembles to combat them is every bit as strange and inhuman as the criminals they're fighting.
Meanwhile, Kimihito has to contend with adding the lovely and elegant mermaid Mero to his ever-growing menagerie of monster girls. How will the possessive Miia, the noble Centorea, the bird-brained Papi, and the slime-girl Suu react to the newest addition to their household - and yet another contender for Kimihito's heart?
""Get married and I kill you."" This was the letter sent to Kimihito, an ordinary guy living with a houseful of extraordinary beauties, by a mysterious writer known only as ""D."" Now it's up to Interspecies Coordinator Smith, Kimihito, and his ever-increasing menagerie of monster girls to find out who is behind the threatening letter before it's too late.
The game plan? Use Kimihito as bait by sending him on a series of dates with monster girls. Along the way, several possible suspects emerge, each of whom has a ""D"" connection of one kind or another. Meanwhile, Kimihito's potential brides each begin acting strangely. Are they taking the fake dates too seriously - or is something (or someone) far more sinister at work?
Bell Cranel is just trying to find his way in the world. Of course, in his case, the "world" is an enormous dungeon filled with monsters, below a city run by gods and goddesses who have way too much time on their hands.
He's got big dreams but not much more when a roll on the random encounter table brings him face-to-face with the girl of his dreams--but what does a beginning adventurer have to offer a brilliant swordswoman? And what if the lonely goddess who sponsors his solo adventuring gets jealous...?!