Lee Lien finds herself a jobless graduate, forced to return home to live and work with her mother and grandfather in the family cafe. Intrigued by the history of a small gold pin, left at the family cafe in Vietnam, Lee goes off on her own adventures, discovering herself along the way.
With a connection to the authors of Little House on the Prairie (who doesn't love that book/tv show?), we learn more about Lee, her past relationships and her family backstory, making her an interesting character. I found myself sympathising with a girl, forced to return to the family home, while her old brother is left to pursue his own life without the apron strings. Still I was left wanting more, maybe wanting a more happy conclusion. 3/5