Single Sashimi (Sushi #3)
The third book in the Sushi series reunites four cousinsLex, Trish, Jennifer, and Venusfor romance with the spice of ginger.
In the world of video games, innovation is king. And Venus Chau has been reigning queen, one of the high-powered developers in the industry. But Venus also has a reputation for not being the easiest person to work with. After her massive weight loss...more
Sushi Series Book 3
Venus Chau lives a very controlled life. She works in the gaming world and being a woman is a disadvantage. When she was fat she was one of the guys or invisible. Now that she lost weight they look at her with other ideas. She just wants to get her program bug free and start her own company. Even if it means taking a job with Drake Yu and going to Grandma for help. Two things that go against everything in Venus.
I found this book to the be the most em ...more
It was better than the 2nd in the series, but still less enjoyable than the first. I like how the author tries to tackle so many different occupations, and does a not-too-shabby job at convincing us that the characters know their stuff. Like the previous books in the series, the plotline is packed with events, challenges, and distractions, but thankfully, this time it manages to be less a laundry list of Things to Make the Main Character Suffer and instead consiste ...more
The sight took her breath away, while at the same time a part inside her scolded for how much she enjoyed being beautiful.
Venus Chau. A driven businesswoman in a constant fight for professional respect, particularly respect from men. She's not exactly the softest or most charming of personalities. Some find her intimidating. And, hey, she even intimidates herself--that is, when she glimpses the glory of her femininity, she does.
Single Sashimi is the second book I' ...more
That being said, what bumped this up to three stars was, as in the first two installments in this series, the gritty reality of life portrayed. I love love love that Camy Tang doesn't write ...more
I wasn't totally endeared to the heroine. I think we're just too different. I do understand her and sympathize with her and was rooting for her, though. The hero I loved for understanding the heroine the way he did. I would have preferred a little more dramatic e ...more
I can't believe how big a jerk Drake was when Venus quit....if it was me I would have kicked him....or keyed his car....*jking...well...about the keying at least*
I hope this isn't the end of the series.