“China Rich Girlfriend” ~ Kevin Kwan is crazy entertaining,family drama filled novel. That will certainly being leaving you shocked and laughing to the every end.
In the 2nd installment of this amazingly entertaining trilogy Kevin Kwan does not disappointment. He takes us on the journey of Rachel finally getting to meet her biological father and his family. Also Alistair girlfriend Kitty Pong, who made such a stirring at the wedding of the century in the last book, returns with a mission on taking on the Signapore elite crowd with the help of Nick Young’s cousin Oliver T’sein.
How will Rachel react when she finally gets to meet and know he biological father and will his already well establish family open their arms to his illegitimate child?
Will Kitty Pong ever get her wish of gaining peoples’s trust back after her first relationship. Also, what will happen in her new relationship now that is a child involved?
You will have to find all this out by reading the 2nd book in the Crazy Rich Asian sersies, Crazy Rich Girl.
Kevin Kwan does another fantastic job bringing us into the lives the incredible Singaporean elite! 🙂
“Crazy Rich Asians” written by Kevin Kwan is a world wind story of when three mega rich Asian family comes together for one huge extravaganza of a wedding.
This book takes the readers on a journey of three prominent rich Asian families and they Crazy messed up trials and tribulations along the way. The main rich family is the Young family. Nick Young plans to take is girlfriend of two-years that he met while teaching in New York City back to Singapore for his best friends Colin Khoos wedding.
One that thing that Nick doesn’t realize is that word travels fast and his family is well aware of his plans before he gets a chance to tell them himself.
The real question is: will Rachel be accepted by Nick’s family considering his is rendered as the sole heir of the family fortune or will the family be torn apart of the new family guest?
I appreciated the writing in this book as it was easy to read and follow along. Considering there were many different story lines going on throughout the book. The titling of chapters were very well layout.
I would recommend this book for any one who is looking for a drama filled, family-oriented book with a little splash of Singapore and Chinese history.