>Mahou Tsukai no Yome.
I just caught up with it.
It feels a bit like shoujo, the actually good shoujo, the diamonds in the rough. It probably is and I'm too autistic to tell, but it's tagged seinen on mangadex. Lots of cute boys and alpha males doing favours for the protagonist girl, and boyish women in leadership positions, more than one of which have submissive husbands that barely pop up. A few red flags also, I think the "woman leaders" one isn't, it's played well and makes sense. But a literal nigger popped up in a recent chapter, it's a character that has only popped up in one panel and doesn't look like they'll come back much if at all.
A magus is very autistic because he's not actually human, so he buys himself a bride. Like every other anime girl (except Asuka), she has a heart of gold.
It's one of those peculiar mangas written by a woman, if you are like me and think there's something good and different about manga written by still 3DPD authors such as Urusei Yatsura, Dungeon Meshi, Full Metal Alchemist, and Witch Hat Atelier, then you're in for a treat.
It's set in England and there's a lot of european fantasy in it. The art is good, it's one step below amazing.
If you like or dislike it early on, you'll feel exactly that up until the latest chapter. Not that it stagnates, it just doesn't stray far from what it is.
There's an anime adaptation that's very good, it's how I learned of the series. I watched the anime in a day as soon as blu-ray torrents were available and I read what's out of the manga in 3 days just now, so that was separated by almost 2 years, and I can't remember the anime well enough to say with 100% confidence but I'm very sure the anime didn't skip on anything.