This was a fun and enjoyable book. Lexi becomes the oldest single cousin in her very traditional Asian family, which means Grandma is determined to find her a man! Lexi has a dark secret that makes it difficult to even think about romance, yet with the funding of her beloved volleyball team in the balance sheâ€™s willing to try anything. She arms herself with a 6 point list of qualifications based on Ephesians.
I enjoy Camy Tangâ€™s writing style. She writes with humor, but this story gives you more than laughs. Though I thought the comment about the â€œball magnetâ€ was â€œroll on the floorâ€ funny! You see how fear can grip oneâ€™s life making it hard to develop proper relationships. You also see the importance of proper priorities.
Lexi grows up a lot in this story, not only as a person but as a Christian. Early in the story there was a part of me that wanted to slap her, but I grew to love her and feel for her pain. And yes, I cheered for her when she found love!
Yes, a love story at itâ€™s finest.
Learn more about Camy at: http://www.camytang.com/
|Sushi for One? Sushi Series #1
By Camy Tang / Zondervan
When Lex Sakai’s young relative gets married, Lex becomes the oldest single cousin left—and prime prey for her matchmaking grandmother. Lex is on the lookout herself, using guidelines from the Book of Ephesians—but the only guy who seems interested isn’t athletic, employed, or even Christian! How could he be the one? 352 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
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