I don’t get to read about Asian American heroines in contemporary romance so when I heard about this book on the DBSA podcast, I knew I had to pick it up...mostly due to the fact that I am Asian myself. I understood the feelings that Tiffany had about being Asian in a predominantly Caucasian town. Growing up, she had her share of jokes, teasing, stereotypes and racist remarks. This caused her to resent her family and culture and I get it. By the end she grows and embraces who she is and I can appreciate that. I give Vicki Essex much credit for bringing topics of interracial dating and racism to a mainstream contemporary romance via Harlequin Super Romance.