- Paperback: 240 pages
- Publisher: Rupa Publications India (10 September 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8129148668
- ISBN-13: 978-8129148667
- Package Dimensions: 19.6 x 13.2 x 1.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 30 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #38,080 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Let’s Have Coffee Paperback – 12 Sep 2017
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About the Author
Parul A. Mittal is the author of the national bestseller, Heartbreaks and Dreams! The Girls @ IIT. Her second book, Arranged Love, captured the hearts of Indian youth.
Born and brought up in Delhi, Parul has worked for various corporates—Hughes, IBM Research, Nextag and Yatra—for over thirteen years. She co-founded an online parenting website called RivoKids. At present, Parul is running recreational Math camps for kids and trying to find her ‘FLOW’.
She is married to Alok Mittal and has two amazing daughters, Smiti and Muskaan. Apart from reading and writing fiction, the author loves listening to old Hindi music, playing board games, painting, trekking and lawn tennis. Parul is based in Gurugram.
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Name of the Author - Parul Mittal
Published by - Rupa publications
My ratings - 2.5/5
This book is about a weird girl and even more weird boy who has a stupid and strange logic to define his love for many girls and the girl Meha who spent only 48 hours with the guy at a wedding ceremony is head over heels over him even after 5 years even though he did not reciprocate her feelings that time. The plot was weak and the narration was worse. The story seems as if written by an amateur writer who does not have the proper knowledge to form sentences. The most stupid thing about the book was poor characterization. The characters keep coming out, out of nowhere and as soon as their work is done, they disappear. The most ignored characters in the book were Anusha and Varun, Anusha being the best friend of Meha.
Meha and Sameer (the charming flirt) were the main protagonists and this novel is their love - story. They meet each other in their ex's wedding, have a one night stand and part their ways. Then they again meet each other as just friends and end up falling for each other. Wait! sorry. Meha was already in love with Sameer and Sameer at last falls for her. Or was he also in love with her since the beginning? This was the whole story about.
The sentences were not formed properly and the poor narration and storyline made the novel even harder to read. The only good thing about the book was its cover which was really beautiful and appealing. The book was not up to my expectations.
In 'Let's Have Coffee' author 'Parul A. Mittal' brings us a new age romance full of love, hope and second chances.
Once I started reading this one, I was unable to put it down. I finished this book in a single sitting. The plot isn't that unique or something, it's just a mere romance but the thing is that, I felt everything I read, I was able to connect to the characters and the storyline, which encouraged me to read and read and keep reading.
The story introduces the readers to Meha, an assistant wedding planner who is organising her ex's wedding. I mean can you imagine yourself planning your ex's wedding? I definitely couldn't, I would have strangled the guy but this is not about me so let's proceed with the plot *lol, wink*. On that wedding she meets Samir, a wedding photographer and the thing is that Samir's ex is the bride who is marrying Meha's ex *duh*, so cliche.
Samir is your regular flirt and the innocent flirting marks the beginning of Meha and Samir's relationship but everything changes when Meha finds out that Samir is using her, that he is just using their relationship as an experiment for his novel. Left heartbroken. she makes Samir believe that she is using him too and he means nothing to her in order to hurt him in the same way he hurt her *same old tit for tat* and their chapter closes.
But this is not the end. The story takes a time leap and we are taken 5 years ahead where Meha and Samir are brought together by an online reality show where they have to live together.
So what will happen now? Will they rekindle their relationship or will they just hold onto their egos?
You don't expect me to answer those questions right? If you do, I'm not here to give you the answers. That's what the book is for. So go ahead and read this book along with a cup of coffee *insert a wink her*.
All in all, this was a romantic and fun read so I recommend this one wholeheartedly.
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A refreshing read in an unusual setup which has a healthy amount of friendship, love, heartbreaks, superstition,weddings and humor.Read more
Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Rupa Publications India (10 September 2017)