Book six introduces a couple of new wrinkles in the love-lives of Aine and Sakuya. First, Sakuya goes public with their romance, and second, Aine worries with pregnancy concerns. I'm glad the series is tackling these issues, bringing this fairy tale a bit more into the real world and it works to solidify the feeling that lucky Aine is Every Girl, and that anyone's fondest dreams could, indeed, actually happen.
Introducing the newest bad guys on the scene and the latest guy to fall gaga over Aine. D-Element is the name of Lucifer's new adversary, and it's up to Sakuya to save Aine yet again from their evil clutches. This volume is a bit more trite and formulaic than some of the others in this series, but I still want to follow author/manga-ka Mayu Shinjo's story and so I will be checking out the next volume in this rock n roll saga.
More of the Jesus vs Lucifer conflict in this fifth volume of the series, and Aine spends more time with Tomoyuki, the frontman for Jesus. Until Sakuya gets seriously injured trying to protect Aine.
There is some interesting character development here and again, more plot twists enough to move the story along past the usual romantic angst. This is a worthwhile read and has kept my interest level up enough for me to seek out the next volume in the story.