The Sun Queen - Eva Melder
The Sun Queen
Author: Eva Melder
Publication date: January 2021
Publisher: Genji & Co.
Format: ebook
ISBN: 978-1-922555-05-2
Pages: 361
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Amy has always been the odd Sun out…

And Singapore is rippling with the juiciest high-society gossip the city has enjoyed in more than a generation.

In town for the exclusive Sun Family Reunion, which happens every five years, Amy finds herself lying low in a vintage shophouse near Chinatown, far from her family and guarded by her eccentric Auntie Wing and a secret society of ladies who draw up people’s horoscopes and interpret their destinies. The ladies see big things in store for Amy, but she’ll have to survive the family reunion first.

The last thing the Sun family needs is bad press, but the family is at war, and Amy slowly finds out that it’s all about her.

Everything she does is closely watched and guaranteed to cause a scandal; and when she finds herself falling in love with the handsome, enigmatic Adam Lin, high-society claws come out, threatening to tear Amy and Adam’s lives to pieces.

To be worthy of her incredible destiny, Amy must face her past and own her present.

This is Jane Austen with a generous whiff of intrigue and Chanel No. 5.

Let the games begin…

Reviews

"Touching and hilarious from beginning to end – so gossipy on the surface, but with so much depth of character and story. This is authentic Singapore – fabulous!"
Ellie X.

"It’s a high-society mystery-love story all about destiny and staying true to yourself. It was brilliant lockdown reading. Highly recommended and impossible to put down – there are a lot of surprises in this book.
Lily H.

“It’s like Jane Austen came to Singapore and started writing about it. Fun, sweet, and honest about chaotic family and finding love."
Joyce Y.

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