- Paperback: 176 pages
- Publisher: Gargi Publishers; First Edition edition (13 May 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 938438206X
- ISBN-13: 978-9384382063
- Package Dimensions: 20.1 x 12.4 x 1.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,30,758 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
One Tequila, 2 Tequilas Paperback – 13 May 2015
About the Author
Supriya Parulekar is a published author with four books and has written story, screenplay and dialogues for two movie projects under consideration. She has also worked as a script editor for TV18, History Channel. She was a columnist for ‘YUVA’, a magazine, for the youth. Her passion is reading, writing and travelling to new places in search of inspirations.
Her debut novel ‘A Soulful of Life’ was a supernatural thriller which was followed by ‘Dreamcatcher’ which was of romance genre. Her third work, ‘The Gangster’s Muse’ was a thriller and is available online and in stores.
Recently, “BFF: Best Friends Forever” was released and it did quite well in Teen fiction.
Next up is ‘Darkness Within,’ a dark, psychological thriller with sprinkling of verses setting the mood for the thriller. Supriya composes poems too when she is not working on her books or reading.
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At first when I started to read the book I was amazed at the concept of the story in the starting but after sometime it felt disconnecting and I thought that I must leave the book and don't read it but I continued, and for my surprise the story took such a turn that I was amazed while reading it, in the middle of the story I was so sad and excited that why is this happening and that this must not happen the story felt so realistic that I can't just say about it. Author has portrayed each and every character in a very well mannered way as each and every character had its own importance in shaping such a beautiful story and the emotions shown by the characters were so deep and delicately portrayed to give a beautiful combination of feeling while reading the book, and for the ending I can only say that it was so good that I can't express my feelings in just some words the end was really very awesome leaving a hint of smile on the readers face at the end of the story.
In the surge of discovering how her mother found her love in Siddharth, Samiera reads her mom’s diary.
It was indeed beautifully written and it reached out into the depths of my soul. My heart just poured out as I read the last few pages of the book. Such a tiny book to stir such great emotions in me.
It's such a quick read, but man does this book pack an emotional punch. The characters really come to life.
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The proofreading, use of expressions and the narration is perfect. Lucidity, continuum, drama; are some of the adjectives that fit right for the plot. The cover of the book is mesmerizing and goes with the title pretty well.
Overall, a recommended book for all those who are all ears and eyes for romance and passion. Kudos to the author for portraying the emotions so well.
he story of Kosha, the boisterous and passionate young lady who falls in love with an unexpected person. She is a wildlife photographer who always risks her life for passion and strolls by life’s calling. How and with whom she falls in love? What happens to her love story? Happy ending? – read the novel to know more.
First Impression – The best title and unrivaled cover. Suits the theme, is so ‘pickable’, and I would also say the book is unputdownable. The blurb is again the best of its kind.
Overall Impression: Very cute indeed, a light read for a nice evening. Tempts to read more. I loved the characters of the protagonists. Kosha and Siddharth. Their love making scenes were so passionate and deep. The author succeeds, leafing the right element at the right place.
What did I love about the book? – The conversations between Siddharth and Kosha. The grandma’s character was written well. Descriptions were good.
Wow Factors: 1) Simple and styling language. Perfumed with befitting words throughout. 2) Defined characters 3) The passionate love making scenes were handled very well
Frown Factors: 1) Usage of too many adverbs and adjectives to express the character/event. Sometimes it suits, but many a times it sounds dumped 2) Predictable scenes and climax. Nevertheless, I loved it – given the genre it fits. 3) A bit of a drag, if the book is crisped would have been a compelling read
My opinion: I would suggest this book for aspiring authors who find it difficult to fish the right word to express a feeling. A very light and warm read, women would enjoy more than men.
To the author: Loved your novel and the way you express microscopic details, for example: “She signed on the dotted lines” Would love to see a more crispy and guess-gaming books from you. All the best.
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