Luckily I have downloaded Island Fever before it was removed from SOL, but I haven't gotten around to it until now. I don't know if it's allowed to discuss stories that have been removed from SOL here, but since this is where I got it from, I don't know where else I could write about it.
I'm still in the beginning and this might be explained later, but I thought that it was really weird that any girls coming to the protags island had to be bisexual. The whole point of inviting the girls was to find his soul-mate, someone he would marry and settle down with. Why does she HAS to be bisexual to even be considered as a candidate?
When the story started I didn't think that sounded like a good idea at all, and sure enough, one of the girls is head over heels in love with one of the other girls, his best friend seem to have crush on one of the girls which is kind of answered but not as strongly as she likes the protag. Of the last 3 girls, one seems to have formed a bond with the nymphomaniac whom she prefer having sex with (she said that the nymph gave her the best orgasms atleast). And the last girl is rude, doesnt seem to like the protag at all, and busies herself with having sex with the women. Instead of having 6 potential wife candidates, there is not a single woman that is interested in him alone.
So to me it feels like the protagonist shot himself in the foot when he made sure any potential wife would be bisexual. Would it not be more productive to make sure any candidates were straight, since he wouldn't have any competition then? Instead, all 6 of them are highly compatitable with each other assured by his matchmaking software, they are all extremely beautiful and attracted to women. That sounds like a disaster for someone looking for a wife.
One would think that this protagonist would take extra care to exclude any bisexuals instead, considering the fact that he's spent 17 years in isolation because his fiancee left him for a woman. Yet the one quality that his potential bride MUST have is bisexuality. It just doesn't make sense to me. Does he want his new wife to leave him for a woman aswell, is that it? Surely, there must be a really good reason for the bisexuality requirement coming up later, because until it's explained it just strikes me as flat out stupid.
I'd understand if he had invited them there for 6 weeks of debauchery and fun, but he's looking for a soul-mate to marry..
What is the real reason why he made bisexuality a requirement, if it's explained at all? Because as I see it, it's nothing but counterproductive in his pursuit of a wife.