Back to the Good Fortune Diner by Vicki Essex
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I resented that Tiffany had to see her prior self as unsatisfactory in order to get her happy ending...I loved seeing the way that incorporating a non-majority character shaped and changed a number of aspects of the larger context and added in story lines that we don’t always see in the genre.
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Everville, New York—it's the town where Tiffany Cheung grew up, and the last place she wants to be. But after losing her job in Manhattan, that's exactly where she finds herself. Worse, she's working at her family's Chinese diner and feeling like the outsider she once was. The only bright side is that Chris Jamieson, the boy she used to tutor, is still around. Her high school crush is hotter than ever, and he needs her help…again.

Tutoring Chris's son is the perfect temporary job. Except, Chris finally seems interested in her—and is hinting about a less temporary arrangement. Talk about bad timing! Because Tiffany's not staying and nothing will stop her from getting back to her real life. But maybe what's real is about to change….

 

About Vicki Essex

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Vicki Essex lives on a space colony with her husband, space cat, robot dog butler, and a fleet of red spaceships…in her imagination. In reality, she lives in Toronto, and relies on long commutes to keep her writing. She loves to hear from readers. She also loves junk food. Send her some, won't you? Visit her website at www.vickiessex.com, on Facebook.com/vickiessexauthor, and on Twitter @VickiEssex.
 
Published January 1, 2013 by Harlequin Superromance. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Sunita on Jan 09 2013

I resented that Tiffany had to see her prior self as unsatisfactory in order to get her happy ending...I loved seeing the way that incorporating a non-majority character shaped and changed a number of aspects of the larger context and added in story lines that we don’t always see in the genre.

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