Hearts on Fire Books
Rating: 4 Cups
Leslie never knew what hit her. She goes to Tokyo for a business trip accompanied by her best friend. Suddenly she finds herself uncontrollably in lust with the vice president of the company.
Seiyan Watanabe is struck mute when he meets Leslie for the first time. Unable to express himself he hides behind Japanese tradition and a stoic face.
After floundering during their first meeting and failing to make his feelings known at their first encounters Seiyan will not make the same mistake again. Leslie has resigned herself to life without Seiyan just in time to find he has done an about face and reveals his true feelings. Will an unexpected attack on Leslie end all of their happiness or will Seiyan save the day?
Tokyo Heat is an absolutely beautiful and touching love story with just the right amount of spice. I fell in love with the characters especially poor Seiyan who struggled with generations of tradition. The impressions left of Japan are wonderful and will entice the reader to go for a visit. Carol Itoh is a talented writer and Tokyo Heat highlights her wonderful talent, everyone should feel the heat of Tokyo.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More