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About the Author
Priyanka Menon is a romance writer and spoken word poet. Her love for romance novels goes back almost two decades, when she was gifted her first romance novel for clearing her 10th board exams. Priyanka has come a long way since then, having finally written her first book, The One That Got Away (Harlequin). She credits her writing powers to red velvet pastries and white chocolate mochas at Starbucks. This is her second novel. When she is not penning love stories or writing poetry, Priyanka teaches advertising to college students. You can write to her at email@example.com
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Not just in the looks department, but in every other department there is (yes, that too!) ...
I remember raving about the hero of Priyanka Menon's first book - Jairam Nair. Abhi, the hero of her second offering, is fab too - he is smart and successful and rich - and is caring of his grandfather, and tender to and considerate of the ladies in his life (even though one of them is only three years old). What more could a woman want?
Pakhi, unfortunately, wants more - or none of it, since she has a tiny, orphaned niece to foster - she tries hard to push Abhi away. What follows is part comic, part tragic, part scary (there is a vindictive ex), and part sexy .... as Abhi and Pakhi struggle to find common ground.
The author clearly knows how and where to use certain sentences and phrases to elicit a particular emotion. The language is very simple, but also well constructed such that dialogues and expressions don't feel disjoint or out of context.
The food stuff was one of the best parts of the story, although I wish there had some more of that. It was oddly reminiscent of a Murakami novel. The description of the cities as well was nicely done.
Overall, it was a good read. Not too mind-boggling, or adventurous, but hitting at all the right places.
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