I think Tokyo Ever After felt really needed.
In her third novel, Tokyo Ever After Flatiron Books, May 25, 2021 , a California teen turns out to be a Japanese princess.
Not that royals aren't prone to scandals, but when is the last time you heard of one coming out of Japan? Also, one of her friends was half-Filipino just like me.
Amidst the backdrop of cherry blossoms, castles, and royal life, she has real-world struggles trying to fit in to two cultures.
Emiko Jean's writing is stellar and will keep readers engaged with the plot in a new way.
I just wanted to bare my heart for a single moment and say where the heck is my crown- Vaguely thought out data graph.
It mirrors so much of my personal journey.
Only a strong gut feeling.
You are the real friend, dear pillow.
As it turns out, her mom and His Imperial Highness Crown Prince Makotonomiya Toshihito were in love, but he could never stay in the United States; his duty was — and is — to his country.
I thought it was a bold stroke pulling in the current imperial family of Japan in what would be a huge scandal.
It's a fresh take on a very familiar storyline, so don't let the synopsis make you shy away from it.
Description: I just honestly had a blast reading this.