Short Soup by Coleen Kwan

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For most of it, this is a nice story about a sweet but deep love between two people who – by the end – seem sure about it and themselves. But the short length felt truncated in places, especially the epilogue. Some pretty major events occur in it that only get mentioned in passing.
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A story about best friends, childhood dreams, and the healing power of Chinese food…

Toni Lau and Dion Chan were connected from birth — first via their parents’ jointly-owned restaurant, then via their bone-deep friendship. But children grow up, and Toni leaves their sleepy hometown looking for more than it can offer.

Now Toni is back, raw with the knowledge that not all childhood dreams come true. Dion is on the brink of realising that both his own ambitions and his childhood friend have the power to derail all of his hard work. But loving Toni — and winning her love in return — has always been on his wish list. Can Dion really put her on the back burner while frying up his chef dreams? Or is it possible that together they can come up with a recipe for happiness?
 

About Coleen Kwan

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Coleen Kwan has been a bookworm all her life. At school English was her favorite subject, but for some reason she decided on a career in IT. After many years of programming, she wondered what else there was in life — and discovered writing. She loves writing contemporary romance and steampunk romance. Coleen lives in Sydney with her partner and two children. When she isn’t writing she enjoys avoiding housework, eating chocolate and watching The Office.
 
Published December 1, 2012 by Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd. 116 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
Reviewed by Jayne on Jan 08 2013

For most of it, this is a nice story about a sweet but deep love between two people who – by the end – seem sure about it and themselves. But the short length felt truncated in places, especially the epilogue. Some pretty major events occur in it that only get mentioned in passing.

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