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Everyone’s Getting Married, Vol. 7 Paperback – December 5, 2017
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About the Author
Izumi Miyazono is from Niigata Prefecture in Japan. She debuted in 2005 with Shunmin Shohousen (A Prescription for Sleep). In 2014 she began serializing Everyone’s Getting Married in Petit Comic.
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Story: Asuka and Ryu are enjoying living together and it's a good life even if it is not the one Asuka wanted. But then Ryu is offered a huge promotion; one that will require him to move to Washington for several years. Will he offer her a wedding to keep her at his side, will she join him and give up her career, or do the couple feel they have the wherewithal to weather this latest storm continents apart?
Our protagonists are fully together now that they share an apartment - missing only the marriage that Ryu so adamantly despises. Asuka gets a chance to meet his older brother and is both pleasantly surprised but also very annoyed with the sibling. Meanwhile, she has her own issues as her new neighbor and old love interest hasn't given up on her coming around to his way of seeing things. He, after all, represents all that she wants in a relationship, including the long term marriage.
Now that the couple are together, not much really happens in volume 7 since it is a bunch of bittersweet dates as they await the inevitable departure of Ryu to Washington. The last chapter deals with life after Ryu has gone and ends with the two being reunited after several months.
It would be hard not to like our earnest and sweet leads. Miyazono has a nice touch with making a somewhat inert storyline interesting by really making us like all the characters. They are no evil villains intent on destroying lives - just the normal happenings that make people stubborn or hopeful. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.