Sushi for One?

Sushi for One?

by Camy Tang

When her cousin Mariko gets married, Lex will become the oldest single cousin in the clan.

Lex has used her Bible study class on Ephesians to compile a huge list of traits for the perfect man.

  • Series: Sushi
  • Language: English
  • Category: Romance
  • Rating: 3.53
  • Pages: 352
  • Publish Date: August 26th 2007 by Zondervan Publishing Company
  • Isbn10: 0310273986
  • Isbn13: 9780310273981

What People Think about "Sushi for One?"

I loved watching their relationship blossom. I loved watching Aiden's relationship with the Lord blossom as well. The message of the book is waiting on the Lord and seeking Him in all areas of our lives.

I dont like books that describe in detail what the girl is wearing every time she goes out. I also dont like books that describe endless partying. I just wanted to tell you that I read a chick-lit and I liked it and well it wasnt all dresses and parties and that was nice. As shes a Christian, she lists some points from book of Ephesians. Sorry I am not a Christian so I have no idea what this book is about. But the points are what most of the girls would like to find in a guy. She tries her best to date guys who fit her list but she keeps bumping into Aiden who is not exactly the type of guy she wants, mainly because he isnt a Christian.

But all they seem to send her way are a bunch of "frogs." Lex is looking for a man who fills the requirements from her Ephesians "list" of qualities. Lex finds out that when she gives control to God life turns out a whole lot better.

A few too many worn plot twists to be really good.

She threatens to pull funding for the beloved girls volleyball team Lex coaches unless she buckles down and finds a boyfriend in time for her cousin's wedding in four months. - you have the recipe for a great chick-lit novel. It's a great stroke on Tang's part to write the novel in third person instead of the first person point of view generally found in chick lit novels. Lex doesn't come from the typically Christian background found in most CBA fiction - she and her best friends, also her cousins, (Trish, Venus, and Jennifer) are the only Christians in a mostly Buddhist family.

Lex Sakai is a prickly yet sensitive character whose antics either had me laughing out loud or had my heart crying for her. The romantic aspect was understated but fit wonderfully in the natural flow of the story. Aiden was a great compliment to Lex, being both patient and light-hearted in the times she needed it most.

In fact, I think Lex is the unluckiest and clumsiest chick lit character I've ever met, poor thing. was a romp through the eyes of a character who had a lot of reasons to be angry, and that came out often in her thoughts. I think the fact that the author used third person POV and slipped the reader into the mind of this man helped a lot. is the kind of chick lit story that demonstrates...sometimes romance needs a kick of wasabi.

Aiden is a non-Christian Physical Therapist who falls for Lex the moment he sees her -- though there are complications because he can't stand her best-friend/cousin Trish.

By Camy Tang Sushi Series Book 1 Alexis Sakai's life has just taken a few unexpected turns. This series is about these four gals and their struggles with life and family. The Series continues with Trish's story in Only Uni, Venus's tale in Single Sashimi and finishes with Jennifer in Weddings and Wasabi.

Then God guided her path in a completely different direction and now shes writing full time, using her original psychology degree as she creates the characters in her novels.