In this sweet second-chance love story, two opposites discover their once-in-a-lifetime chemistry has only gotten stronger.
May Wu is no longer the shy teen who skipped out of her small North Carolina town right after graduation. Now she’s a successful travel writer who can handle any challenge. Until her latest assignment sends her home to Blue Cedar Falls, where, of course, she runs straight into Han Leung, a.k.a. the guy who got away. How dare he still be so good looking, funny, and easy to talk to?
Han always does the responsible thing, which is why he put aside his dreams of opening his own restaurant to run his family’s business. But when May re-enters his life, he can no longer ignore his own wants and desires. Garden gnomes are stolen, old haunts are visited, and sparks fly between the pair, just as they always did. But Han and May broke up because they wanted vastly different lives, and that hasn’t changed—or has it?
Jeannie Chin writes contemporary small town romances. She draws on her experiences as a biracial Asian and Caucasian American to craft heartfelt stories that speak to a uniquely American experience.
She is a former high school science teacher, wife to a geeky engineer, and mom to an extremely talkative kindergartener. Her hobbies include crafting, reading and hiking.
"A standout achievement."—Publishers Weekly on The Inn on Sweetbriar Lane, starred review
"[A] must-read voice in romance."—Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling author, on Seven Nights to Surrender