The ending seems too rushed, there is never a true solution to the problems Gasse and Naoki are facing, just promises based simply on what Naoki's mother had seen.
There is plenty of sex, though not too-too explicit. I am used to Megan Derr's books being almost free of sex, maybe a mention here and there or a quick paragraph. This is very different. I am not sure why there is more and more of it all of a sudden, but to me personally
it's a bit of a disappointment. I like clean versions. One doesn't have to read about sex every 10 pages to know that two people are in love and "doing it".
Overall, a cute story - 3 stars.