Sushi for One? - eBook
Sushi Series Book 1
Sushi For One? By Camy Tang
Sushi Series Book 1
Alexis Sakai's life has just taken a few unexpected turns. The biggest one is that her grandma has declared she gets a serious boyfriend or else. And yes, her grandma has the power to enforce or else. Lex finds that going against Grandma can be like trying to climb a waterfall. She does keep running into one guy but he just don't fit her list of what she wants in a man.
This story is both serious and humorous. Four cousins have become Christians and they still struggle with their new beliefs at times. This series is about these four gals and their struggles with life and family. As the next four oldest single girls they are in the sights of the family. And it's a very, very large family. I find the story to be captivating and held my attention so it was hard to put it down.
Book 1.1 is The Sushi Toss, which is a short, free read on Camy Tang's blog. The Series continues with Trish's story in Only Uni, Venus's tale in Single Sashimi and finishes with Jennifer in Weddings and Wasabi.
September 2, 2013
This book is a must!! What a graceful witness. Through the honesty of feelings shared and humility of the characters testimony, evolving through the pages, this is a must read! It will be a balm to a hurting heart, and a lift to a sagging walk
March 24, 2009
This book is very easy reading, extremely entertaining, so uplifting and totally hilarious!! There were many times when my husband would stop me and demand to know why I was laughing so hard. I found myself rooting for the main character (Lex), silently cheering her on and encouraging her to trust in our Heavenly Father. The plot is great and the conversations very real (I'm Chinese, I understand and appreciate all the Chinese/Asian humour, and I'm a girl so I immediately felt connected to Lex). Most of all this book leaves you wanting more!
February 24, 2009
Sushi For One was a very good read! I was hooked right from the beginning, and read the whole book in about 2 hours. I really liked reading about Asian culture as it wasn't something I was familiar with. Camy Tang did a great job on this book and I can't wait to read the stories about the rest of the cousins!
February 15, 2009