This feels to me like Azarinth Healer, except better in every way. Except from length, but give it time.
The style provides very vivid descriptions and makes for an easy read, despite relatively long chapters.
The story is similar to Azarinth Healer in that it's focused on the female MC's growth, survival and skills, which are primarily centered around healing and avoiding damage, although this one is using magic instead of fists.
As of Interlude: The Broken, I've spotted maybe 10 grammatical errors, mostly punctuation errors and typos, with about half of them being in the last two chapters. Sadly, the 5 star rating is reserved for perfection, so 4.5 stars here.
Every character is unique and interesting, and like in Everybody Loves Large Chests, this even extends to background characters that are lucky to get more than a single line.
My biggest complaint about the series is that the author made a simple calculation error early on, leaving the MC with 7 more stat points than she should have had, and he likely won't correct it as that would have ripple effects throughout the series.
In conclusion: if you like the story of Azarinth Healer, the characters of Everybody Loves Large Chests, and near perfect grammar to boot, this series is probably for you.