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    Fun, sexy, foodie romance!

    That was fun and now I crave pie, a not unexpected consequence! Lighthearted, low angst and sexy romance about a tech CEO and a pie shop owner whom he hires for a 'Pi Day' party as a way to reconcile with his estranged father. Lots of great Toronto multiculturalism on display! Recommended for readers who like food, diverse cultures and honest family dynamics with their HEA.
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    Sweet as Pi love story!

    Josh and Sarah hit it off instantly, but he's got some leftover relationship issues that he needs to work through, and it's not what you'd think. I really enjoyed the glimpse into the city life of Toronto, and loved the secondary characters that added complexity and depth to the story. The author's writing style is instantly engaging and refreshingly realistic. No over-the-top insta-love or magically-disappearing problems, just honest attraction, steamy chemistry, and a grounded romance that still proves the power of love. I loved how the author showed the characters dealing with all their relationships - with each other, of course, but also with their friends and families, making these fully-developed characters seemingly come to life. The cultural differences - he's Asian, she's not - are touched on without becoming the main focus. There's quite a bit of humor laced throughout which beautifully offsets the necessary angsty scenes. It was a fun read, one that I read straight through non-stop. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Another solid and enjoyable tale from Jackie Lau.

    Another solid and enjoyable tale from Jackie Lau. Others are my favorites (hello Grumpy Fake Boyfriend!) but honestly there is nothing I can point to here that makes it worth less than 5 stars. Plus that cover! lol
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