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Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake

Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake

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Language English
Binding Paperback
Publisher RHI
About the Book: Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake What if life sent you a great opportunity, only to take it away from you and laugh at you? A moving read about the trials and tribulations of young life Nisha is twenty-six, overweight, not remarkable looking and doesn't have a boyfriend. She doesn't even have the prospect of a boyfriend. But a serendipitous date and a strange sequence of events see her tie the knot with dapper Samir Sharma - only to be left, just like that, eight years later. Nisha is now alone, without the prospect of a man, and left with two kids. Could things get any worse? As the young woman tries to stand on her own, Akash, a younger man appears on the scene. Can she find love again, and will she able to trust in it, this time? In this poignant love story two people chance everything to be together. About the Author: Preeti Shenoy Preeti Shenoy writes regularly for The Times of India and other popular dailies including Reader's Digest. She is also the Author of 34 B ... See more
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     Honest and pure 4 September, 2013 On
    Another nice book from Preeti Shenoy..

    Its quite natural that women always tend towards security of their's and their childrens' lives compared to anything else in this world. This applies more to Indian culture. Elicited well that the pre-marital love and chemistry doesn't remain the same between a man and a woman, post marriage and kids. Though not spoken out, but most of the couples in India lead their marriage life out of compulsion rather than liking, unlike western countries. Probably that is one of the other reasons why Indian society is regarded as one of the best family system with strong emotional affinity that binds blood relationships for longer times.

    It was very well brought out as to how a simple middle class lady who is not so beautiful ended up with a messy life after marrying a high flying businessman and later for being a good mother but not a good wife. It is lucky for her to find Akash, who loved her earlier, but not all women are so fortunate in today's world where men would like to befriend insecure women just for sex.

    It's all well when the book ended with Nisha's wise decision of staying with Akash, away from her past memories without marrying him until the day she is convinced that she can.

    Finally, what a way to title your chapters in sync with beautiful songs. Hats off to your imagination.
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