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So We Meet Again

So We Meet Again - Suzanne Park

So We Meet Again


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, New York Times bestselling author of Beach Read

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out

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"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, New York Times bestselling author of Beach Read

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out


"A cinematic, charming heart-squeeze-of-a-book that has found its way to my Ultimate Comfort Reads shelf." --Emily Henry, #1 New York Times bestselling author

From the author of the "genuinely funny" and "delightful" Loathe at First Sight (NPR), a young Korean American woman's journey to finding a new career and new love means learning to embrace the awkward and unexpected--exploring familial expectations, finding your voice, and unimaginably falling for your childhood rival.

When investment banker Jessie Kim is laid off in a virtual meeting and then overhears why ("she's already being overpaid anyway for a woman" and "Asians are worker bees, not someone who can drum up new deals") she delivers an "eff you guys" speech and storms out.

After moving back home to Tennessee to live with her loving but meddling mother and father, she runs into her childhood nemesis--golden child Daniel Choi--at the local Asian grocery store. The smart, charming lawyer appears to have it all...while Jessie has nothing.

Jess begrudgingly accepts Daniel's help to relaunch her long abandoned Korean cooking YouTube channel: HANGUK HACKS, showcasing easy meal prep for busy professionals. But just as she discovers Daniel's life isn't as perfect as it seems and there's more to him than meets the eye, he shows up for a life-changing business opportunity, and their rivalry is back on . . .

"A funny, lovely mother-daughter story. And then there's Daniel--yummy Daniel--and great food. Settle in and enjoy!" --Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"So We Meet Again is a hilarious read. What can go wrong when, after a quarter-life crisis, you move back in with your hyper-competitive parents? This comeback story will charm you from beginning to end." --Madeleine Henry, author of The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out

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