Whitney, Audrey, and Hercules are best friends who are each on their own journeys in life. Through dealing with parental issues, job related issues, and normal everyday issues they grow closer finally breaking past the invisible walls they all never really realized existed between them. Looking for love and fulfillment they stand by each other and work things out.
Off the Menu was a good story about friendship and love. The character show being there for each other and knowing there is someone there you can count on as well as something you should never take for granted. Christine Son brought that all out, not to mention having the nerve to follow your dreams.
An extraordinary debut about second-generation Asian-American women trying to live up to society’s high standards, as well as their own.
Even though it’s been ten years since their Houston high school days, co-valedictorians and best friends Whitney Lee, Hercules Huang, and Audrey Henley still delight in their once-a-month get-togethers where they talk, laugh, and confide in each other— although not about everything. Because each young woman has a deep, dark secret they think they could never share. Not even with their best friends. Then, during a girls’ weekend getaway, these three friends wind up revealing their most intimate truths—and realize that to get straight As in the real world, all you have to do is let go of the need to be perfect…