Four Aunties and a Wedding by Jesse Q. Sutanto

Release Date - March 29, 2022

I adored Dial A for Aunties. I spent more time laughing during that book than I'd laughed at a book in a long time. Four Aunties and a Wedding is just as much fun. I can only imagine those headpieces!

Meddy Chan's wedding is fast approaching. She doesn't expect her mom and aunties to pick the most ridiculous gowns and headpieces she's ever seen. Worse, they find the perfect wedding team within their own family. Soon, Meddy and Nathan are agreeing to hiring family members that Meddy's never met before, but it all seems perfect.

And then the night before the wedding, Meddy overhears her cousin and photographer talking on the phone about a target. She confronts her cousin and learns they're Asian mafia and the wedding day will go as planned so that they can do their job. If she tells anyone, they'll reveal the truth about Meddy's family to the police.

Caught between a rock and a hard place, Meddy cannot figure out how she can have Nathan and everything she's ever wanted. It's up to the aunties and Meddy's mom to save the day.

What a delightful story. It's full of mishaps, humor, romance, and so much more. I curled up with an iced coffee, sat outside in the sun, and let the book take me away. It was amazing.

Meddy's aunties and mom are just as hilarious as in the past. They have the ideal family situation. They love her dearly, but the cultural differences prove amusing from time to time. It makes them even more endearing.

I highly recommend curling up somewhere warm and sunny with Jesse Q. Sutanto's latest. If you're like me and enjoy your iced (or hot) coffee while you read, I stumbled onto a subscription coffee service where you get a surprise bag or two each month. Best of all, the coffee is roasted the same day it's shipped.


You never know what country is next until the box ships. My first month was Costa Rica. Coming up is Tanzania. I usually stick to local coffees, but Atlas made it worth it.



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