- Paperback: 268 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin; 1 edition (13 July 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9351771997
- ISBN-13: 978-9351771999
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.8 x 19.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,418 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Its a highly entertaining off beat love story of a working lady Trish The book is an amazing read- funny and witty along with the right doze of romance and drama which kept me awake for 2 nights( it keeps you hooked on as the twists and turns in story are very natural and not easy to predict till the last page Highly recommended !! --Avinash Parhi on 29 Jul 2015
I must say Yashodhara has brought a new dimension in this story. This an awesome fiction. There is no CRIME but the suspense that has been revealed in the end was surreal. The story revolves around Trish and how she faces the world with her intuition and how events gets tied up one after the other after she saves a unknown man was simply superb. Must Read!! --Sarath Babu S on 27 Jul 2015
Yashodhara has brilliantly sketched out Trish. What's best about her main protagonist is the strong resonance that any 30/40 year old will feel. She is not perfect and the best part of the book lies in her imperfection Definitely, a refreshing and recommendable read. --Raghav Mimani on 02 Aug 2015
About the Author
Yashodhara Lal is a marketing professional and the mother of three children, apart from being a bestselling author. She graduated from IIM Bangalore in 2002 and manages to balance her professional life with her various interests, including fi tness, writing and music. She lives in Gurgaon with her rather tolerant husband Vijay and their kids nicknamed Peanut, Pickle and Papad, all of whom never fail to provide her with material for her entertaining blog at yashodharalal.com. Her fi rst book, Just Married, Please Excuse is a hilarious account of marriage. Her second novel, Sorting Out Sid is the story of a man having an early midlife crisis and, consequently, a divorce. Th ere's Something About You is Yashodhara's third book.
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Top Customer Reviews
this book doesnt gives you any philosophical thing but im sure it will make u to know a little abt life,little abt love, little abt sacrifice, little abt frndship,little abt relationship ... nd a little abt urself...
those who need a book just to make urself refreshed.. pls go for it..its my recommendation... im sure u will fall in love with TRISH
It is a story of a girl next door—someone you can relate to easily because we all know of someone or the other facing similar issues—in our friend circle, among relatives, colleagues, and alike. Read more: http://bit.ly/1IMSXDT
The pace is rapid, and the suspense builds up across several fronts. Yashodhara has a light touch, which does not detract from the central theme of the book. Finally, it is authentic communication between each of the characters, as well as with the character's own self, that unveils a core of truth. And only the truth can heal...........
The initial chapters build up to the actual love story and I found that very interesting. The moment she rescues a guy while almost drowning and then gets followed by a stranger, nearly pulverizing him!! The story warms up to a love a story very slowly, almost as if love is already there, it just needs to be accepted.
The novel has a lot of masala, magic and madness! Yes, never a dull moment. Right from the time Trish gets fired, almost dies and resurrects herself. The story of a girl trying to find herself and a guy who wants to forget himself till they find each other – could have been the tag line of the book. Two very different people but they just click the moment they meet. How they meet is another feather in Yashodhara’s cap!! Never have I read a book with not one but two meetings of this kind, well third time was indeed a charm for them! The one thing that pulled me in the book was the language. The way Trishna shares her thoughts about the things around her was so crisp, caustic and pretty much the voice of youth today.
The parents add a lot of reality and value to this book; it is not your typical fluffy romance. This story has a strong core, Trish might feel stifled with her life but this is the life she chose and will not have it any other way. The moments between the father – daughter were very endearing. The squabbles with her mom; well I think we all know why they read so familiar. Have we all not fought like that with our moms, grumbling yet grudgingly admitting defeat – can’t fool mom; can’t win from mom!!Read more ›
Yashodhara Lal have written the book in a very fluid language which makes it easy for a reader to read it in one sitting. Right from the first chapter, the character of Trish is described so clearly that it generates interest to know more about her. The backdrop of her family situation is also maintained very well nicely and the way the secret is revealed in the end gives the book quite a fine ending. The chemistry of Sahil and Trish is also discussed periodically rather than making this book a complete romantic saga. The best part is how Trish handles Nivedita and Zee when she gets into a deal with them. That's the only part in this book which I'll support if I have to fight a debate in favor of it. Haha!
The first half of the book is more interesting than the second which is not in favor of this book. Initially, as there's a distance and barrier in every relation described in this book, you become assured that there's something magical in the second part of the book.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is a decent read, but in the end it gets a bit dragged on and very humorous though..Published 5 days ago by SivakanthB
Very interesting book.. I wish it has more parts to it.. Well written.. I love the suspense it leaves in every situation.Published 4 months ago by deepika7m
Such a brilliantly stitched story of a girl next door. This girl - Trish will ofcourse make you smile, but also make you introspect with her amazing sarcasm. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Manu Oberoi
A lovely and hatke book. The romance is fresh and lively and no chessy dialogues.
It will make you ponder over your decisons and everyone can very well relate to the story at... Read more
Packed with drama, a situation we all face in our early twenty somethings regarding our career and sorting out our life.
Nice read. definitely would recommend.
A quick, fun read. Very likeable protagonist, loved the humour and sarcasm; but the psychic and twins things were a little out of sync, methinks.Published 7 months ago by Namitha Varma Rajesh