Last Tang Standing: The most hilarious, feel-good debut romcom you’ll read all year!

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Last Tang Standing: The most hilarious, feel-good debut romcom you’ll read all year!

Last Tang Standing: The most hilarious, feel-good debut romcom you’ll read all year!

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A recent break-up with her boyfriend leaves her as the last In her Tang clan to be married and that is highly disappointing for her family.

Andrea Tang is the protagonist that we all need to remind us of the complications of navigating our thirties. For all ebook purchases, you will be prompted to create an account or login with your existing HarperCollins username and password.The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Meanwhile, Suresh keeps pushing Andrea to talk about their attraction, but he doesn’t end his engagement. This book is a clearly representation of how many societies acts towards different cultures and interracial couples with dark, quirky and sarcastic humour. He’s thoughtful and the sex is great, but Andrea isn’t sure she likes how easily he throws his money around, even if it makes her life easier.

Except that those plans are unravelling fast: there's an unfairly attractive new lawyer out to steal her promotion, she has credit-card debt up to her eyeballs, her perfect boyfriend is now her perfect ex-boyfriend and the last single cousin in her family just got engaged, leaving her exposed to romantic meddling on all sides. If you think this is just a pretty much cliché story about discovering true love, then you are wrong.She understands the culture of her crowd in Singapore is a bit of a hot mess—full of materialistic, vain, and narcissistic individuals. Last Tang Standing is hilarious, even though it deals with serious topics such as family, romantic relations and how women maintain our work-life balance. Hailing from sunny Malaysia, she lived in the United Kingdom, France and Luxembourg before moving with her family to Singapore, where she is ostensibly working on her next novel. Yet when a chance encounter with charming, wealthy entrepreneur Eric Deng offers her a glimpse of an exciting, limitless future, Andrea decides to give Mr. If you’d like to receive updates in your inbox, visit our subscribe page and sign up for the content you crave!

You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. None of this gets resolved until nearly the last page of the book, and I use the word resolved very loosely. I love how Lauren unfolds the story and introduces each of the characters smoothly into Andrea's life. Andrea was funny and brash and the romance in this is a mixture of hate to love and the definition of slowwww burn. So now, living and working in Singapore, she's slightly desperate—influenced by the relatives as well as the twenties that are slowly growing more and more distant in the past—to find an eligible bachelor.Hailing from Malaysia, she is currently based in Singapore, where she’s ostensibly working on her next novel while attempting to parent. For fans of Crazy Rich Asians and Bridget Jones’s Diary comes a hilarious story of love, friendship and the most intrusive people in the world: family. It’s silly and giggly in parts and I loved living vicariously through Andrea and her quirky friends. Crazy Rich Asians meets Bridget Jones’s Diary in this funny and irresistible debut novel about the pursuit of happiness, surviving one’s thirties intact, and opening oneself up to love.

could have been straight, married a man she wanted to marry, and Andrea still would have been the last Tang standing. Hilarious … Last Tang Standing is not just a novel about Asian women, it’s a story about women everywhere as we fight for our personal happiness, love and respect’ Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai , bestselling author of The Mountains Sing --This text refers to the paperback edition. Both affecting and uplifting, this book is for anyone who has ever had a problem with family and boundaries… in fact, for anyone who has ever had a family. She describes herself as the “working poor,” while owning a flat filled with designer accessories in one of the most expensive cities on earth.A smart and witty depiction of navigating the world of dating, coupled with the messy (but amusing) dynamics of family life. The representations of the multiracial people of Singapore and Malaysia were definitely there but unfortunately there was something that I couldn't look pass and hope it were changed. Andrea even makes comments and looks down on Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian, and other minority women along with her family but pursues wealthy men of those ethnicities—using them for personal gain and status.

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