Crushing on You book

Crushing On You

Finalist, Best 1st Book, Best Mid-length Contemporary Romance

2020 NJRW Golden Leaf Awards

Anna Tang doesn't date Asian guys. Her own Chinese family is bad enough, and she's not looking to double the trouble. Besides, she's busy chasing her dream of becoming a music journalist, and she's going to march towards it single-mindedly—and single, if need be.

But when she meets a handsome stranger on a flight to a wedding, she's charmed. Intrigued. Seduced.

 

Too bad he's Asian, and not her type.

 

Ian Gao has a great tech job and rock-hard abs from years of climbing. His parents hope he'll settle down soon, but he's drawn to the fierce and lovely Anna, who doesn't plan on getting married. Ever.

But the more time they spend together, the more it feels like coming home. Does Ian have what it takes to make her stay? Or are the walls around her heart too hard to climb?

Falling For You

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A year and a half after her husband’s death, Lina Miller is untethered and out of her element—the worst-case scenario for a rock-climbing chemist. But the pressure is on from her PhD advisor, and she’s quickly approaching the critical point when she must decide what’s next.

 

Her one rule? Career first, love second.

But rules have never stopped Asher Friedmann.

As a New York City musician, the last thing that Asher needs is a heart that’s out of tune. Unfortunately, that’s all he’s got. Plus a trust fund. But what he wants is a new muse, and he’s willing to go to great lengths—and heights—to find her.

When the two meet at a party, Lina gives him a chance…as a climbing buddy. But soon Lina finds herself dealing with a different kind of chemistry, one that could end up hurting them both. Will their bond be enough to overcome their past traumas, or will they have to face the music?

Take Me 

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Finalist, Sexiest Consent

2021 Good Sex Awards

Tom Ong isn't exactly handsome or witty. Tall? Yes. Nerdy? Sure. Single? Yep—13 years and counting. But he doesn't mind. As an avid boulderer, he's used to being on his own and unattached.

His friend and colleague, Cassie Green, prefers sport climbing. She's petite, charming, and already taken—i.e., his exact opposite. Despite their differences, Cassie knows that Tom deserves love like anyone else. That's why, after countless meetings and work trips together, Cassie vows to find him a partner. 

 

The thing is, he doesn't want a partner—he wants her. And while searching for his perfect match, Cassie begins to feel the same...except that she's married.

When her husband proposes a different arrangement, Cassie can't decide: is this a disaster, or a golden opportunity? The beginning of the end, or the start of something wonderful? To find the answer, all three will have to determine what Happily Ever After means to them.