At The News Of Her Mother S Death, Natalie Tan Returns Home The Two Women Hadn T Spoken Since Natalie Left In Anger Seven Years Ago, When Her Mother Refused To Support Her Chosen Career As A Chef Natalie Is Shocked To Discover The Vibrant Neighborhood Of San Francisco S Chinatown That She Remembers From Her Childhood Is Fading, With Businesses Failing And Families Moving Out She S Even Surprised To Learn She Has Inherited Her Grandmother S Restaurant.The Neighborhood Seer Reads The Restaurant S Fortune In The Leaves Natalie Must Cook Three Recipes From Her Grandmother S Cookbook To Aid Her Struggling Neighbors Before The Restaurant Will Succeed Unfortunately, Natalie Has No Desire To Help Them Try To Turn Things Around She Resents The Local Shopkeepers For Leaving Her Alone To Take Care Of Her Agoraphobic Mother When She Was Growing Up But With The Support Of A Surprising New Friend And A Budding Romance, Natalie Starts To Realize That Maybe Her Neighbors Really Have Been There For Her All Along.
Roselle Lim was born in the Philippines and immigrated to Canada as a child She lived in north Scarborough in a diverse, Asian neighbourhood.She found her love of writing by listening to her lola paternal grandmother s stories about Filipino folktales Growing up in a household where Chinese superstition mingled with Filipino Catholicism, she devoured books about mythology, which shaped the fan
- 320 pages
- Natalie Tans Book of Luck and Fortune
- Roselle Lim
- 22 July 2017 Roselle Lim