The following is an honest review of Tokyo Ever After by Emiko Jean and my suggested age rating.
Izumi Tanaka is a Japanese American who was raised by her mother in a small town in California. Izumi always felt as though she never quite belonged, like she was too Japanese. One day Izumi and her friend find a clue pointing towards Izumi’s mysterious father. After some digging, Izumi discovers that her father is none other than the crown prince of Japan. Izumi goes and lives the life of a royal and is faced with many trials along the way. She must decide where home really is and where her heart belongs. Japan is full of beauty, ball gowns, and a handsome bodyguard.
Review of Tokyo Ever After
Tokyo Ever After has Crazy Rich Asians and Princess Diaries vibes that were flawless. Going in I didn’t know that this wasn’t a standalone and I am so excited for the sequel. Like most contemporary romances I read, I loved this one. It was fast paced and the characters were very enjoyable.
I loved the relationship between Izumi and her father. It grew from a parent child relationship into a friendship. And of course, the forbidden romance enemies to lovers was perfect.
I gave Tokyo Ever After 4/5 stars on Goodreads.
I am giving Tokyo Ever After an age rating of 14 and up. There is quite a bit of language and some romance.
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