After finally graduating with a culinary degree, Jennifer Lim is pressured by her family to work at her control-freak aunty’s restaurant. But after a family dispute, Jenn is determined to no longer be a doormat and instead starts her own catering company. Her search for a wine merchant brings John into her life-a tall, dark, handsome biker in form-fitting black leather, who’s Hispanic to boot. It would be wonderfully wild to snag a man like that! Shy engineer Edward tentatively tries out his birthday present from his winery-owner uncle-a Harley-Davidson complete with the trimmings. Jennifer seems attracted to the rough, aggressive image, but it isn’t his real self. Is she latching onto him just to spite her horrified family? And if this spark between them is real, will showing her the true guy underneath put it out? And what’s with the goat in the backyard?

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Camy Tang grew up in Wahiawa, Hawaii, a small town right in the center of the island of Oahu. Camy and her husband are staff workers with their youth group at an Asian Christian church in the San Francisco Bay Area. They have one dog, Snickers, whom they adopted from the Santa Clara animal shelter. She won the American Christian Fiction Writers award in the Debut Author category in 2008.

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