The following is an honest review of Tokyo Dreaming by Emiko Jean and my suggested age rating.
Synopsis of Tokyo Dreaming
Izumi’s life has been somewhat of a rollercoaster since she arrived at the palace, fighting off paparazzi, dealing with evil cousins, but then there’s the good things like he relationship with her bodyguard turned boyfriend, and growing her relationship with her dad. To top it all off, Izumi’s parents have rekindled their college romance and are engaged!
The only downside is the Imperial Household Council refuses to approve of their marriage due to her mother’s lack of royal blood. And even better, Izumi’s boyfriend makes a heartbreaking decision about their relationship. Izumi now has to become the princess everyone wants her to be in order to get what she wants for those she loves. But how far will she go before she loses herself too?
Review of Tokyo Dreaming
Tokyo Dreaming is exactly what I expected as the sequel, there is some new characters, new issues, more of the coming of age story continuing in the sequel.
I really enjoyed Izumi’s character growth in this story and I’m excited to see how she will continue to grow. The only thing I didn’t love about this book was part of the ending buttt we’ll see what I think, I believe there is a third book coming out but maybe I’m crazy.
Overall a good quick contemporary romance, I’m very fond of Emiko Jean’s writing style and look forward too picking up her other works soon!
Age Rating of Tokyo Dreaming
I’m giving Tokyo Dreaming an Age Rating of 13-14 and up. There is some language (as far as I remember) and romance
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