So We Meet Again

Avon. Aug. 2021. 368p. ISBN 9780062990716. pap. $15.99. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
Jess Kim is having a rough time after getting laid off from her Wall Street job despite being a model employee. She decides to move back home to Tennessee to live with her parents while figuring out what comes next. In Tennessee, she runs into her middle school nemesis, Daniel Choi. They had always competed against each other in school, and now Daniel seems different and is more successful than Jess. Jess soon conceives of a new business making Korean products for meal kits, and Daniel provides her with an industry contact that helps get it off the ground. Jess then records a live cooking video with her mother that goes viral, jump-starting her new venture. Daniel and Jess are starting to become more than friends, and Jess’s professional and personal lives seem to be turning a corner, but it all changes when Daniel is involved in something that puts the business in jeopardy. Jess must decide what she and her company are worth and whether Daniel can earn her forgiveness.
VERDICT This engaging romance (Park’s second, after Loathe at First Sight) with great characters is highly recommended for fans of Jayci Lee’s A Sweet Mess.
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