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Review: A Match Made for Thanksgiving by Jackie Lau (2019)

Holidays with the Wongs, Book 1

Heat Factor: It starts with a pretty hot one-night stand, but it’s also not heavily detailed

Character Chemistry: “I really kind of wish I hadn’t let that one-night stand just be a one-night stand.”

Plot: Two adults have one-night stand. Oops! Same two adults are set up on dates with different people at a family Thanksgiving dinner. 

Overall: Totally warm fuzzy cute fun

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Review: His Grumpy Childhood Friend by Jackie Lau (2020)

The Cider Bar Sisters, Book 2

Heat Factor: Fake dates, real sexytimes

Character Chemistry: Mike is so so in love with Charlotte

Plot: Charlotte decides she wants dating lessons, randomly runs into her childhood best friend at a bar, asks him to teach her how to date. He agrees, despite his lack of experience. 

Overall: More angst than I was expecting, but still an utterly charming read.

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Review: Her Big City Neighbor by Jackie Lau (2020)

Cider Bar Sisters, Book 1

Heat Factor: Yup, there is some boning.

Character Chemistry: “Why is she trying to be my friend? She is so perky!”

Plot: Amy moves to the Big City, enthusiastically embraces Big City Life…and her new neighbor. 

Overall: This is some A+ grumpy/sunshine action and it’s just what I needed.

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Review: The Ultimate Pi Day Party by Jackie Lau (2019)

Baldwin Village, Book 1

Heat Factor: This pie is piping hot

Character Chemistry: Lau nails that giddy/awkward feeling right when you meet someone new

Plot: He hires her to cater a nerd party

Overall: Breezy and low angst – and I never thought I’d say this, but maybe there should be more angst than there is?

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