Tikka Chance on Me

Tikka Chance on Me

by Suleikha Snyder

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BN ID: 2940155708889
Publisher: Suleikha Snyder
Publication date: 11/13/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 49,733
File size: 422 KB

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Tikka Chance on Me 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 8 months ago
A cinnamon roll here and a smart, confident heroine--nice!
PrincessFiona 4 months ago
Somewhere around 4.5*. This is probably one of the most PC romances I've read. It's sex positive, consent positive and diversity inclusive. It was lovely to see but I did find it a little distracting at first, especially some of it coming from the *bad boy biker* at a time when we weren't quite sure where HE was coming from. I spent way too long contemplating this when I wanted to be soaking up the romance. Pinky Grover is a nice, clean cut Desi girl helping out her parents in their Indian Restaurant in a rural heartland of America. She came back from studying anthropology in Chicago when her mother fell ill which is about the same time as local wild child 'Trucker' Carrigan returned to become enforcer of the local motorcycle club. Since then 'Trucker' has been bringing his bikey cronies to the Taj Mahal restaurant for his favourite food. And his favourite waitress. The sparks have been flying between them but all Pinky gets from him is the promise of 'soon'. Which Trucker has no intention of carrying out... Until he does. The romance itself was lovely. Emotional, funny, cute. *hot* *combustible*. Very very nice thank you very much. I loved the way they connected through their geekiness, their love of comics and all the things so inappropriate for a *bad boy biker*. Overall I highly recommend this if you want a short, cute novella with endearing characters and just a touch of angst. 4* for the distraction at the beginning. 5* for the romance. So 4.5*.
MayaK46 5 months ago
This is a fast paced novella which packs a lot of punch. Usually shorter stories don't have this level of depth and personality. This story does. I especially loved Pinky. I'm of South Asian heritage and too often reading stories with South Asian leads read like a collection of stereotypes. Pinky is a fully realized person with strengths and weaknesses. The world building around her life, growing up with parents from a different culture read true. This is why own voices matter so much. Why representation matters. Reading and smiling and nodding in recognition. Bravo!!