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When Love Finds You Paperback – 28 Oct 2016
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Yashodhara Lal is an IIM-Bangalore graduate with experience across FMCG, technology and media companies, most often in marketing and most recently leading corporate social responsibility and diversity for a large MNC. She is also a fitness instructor and music enthusiast, and lives in Gurgaon with her three loud children and perpetually bemused husband, who often feature on her blog yashodharalal.com. Her bestselling titles include Just Married, Please Excuse (2012), Sorting Out Sid (2014) and There's Something about You (2015). She is also working on a children's book, Peanut Has a Plan, due for release in 2016. When Love Finds You is Yashodhara's fourth book.
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And there comes Nikhil the gentler kind and Rishabh the slime ball. There is a lot of office politics with Rishabh her boss and romance and lobe wid Nikhil. These together changes her life completely!!
The author has done a fair job ! The main protagonist was a complete different portrayal from the usual beautiful n mushy kimda heroines in novel these days ... the initial part was a bit dragging but eventually the story was a good read. A different story . Kept me glued !
Go ahead and buy the book, it will give you a different perspective, after all that is what all diversity programs in companies want you to do.
Bravo Yashodhara - you have set a much higher bar for your next book.
This book is about Natasha, a 35-year old Sales Head for whom, work is first and foremost, and rest takes a backseat. In the first two parts of the book, her life seems to be straight and narrow, and her hard working nature seems to push away anyone who gets close to her. She's sarcastic, negative, pessimistic, and not a very likable character, and that's just what grabbed my attention. The fact that she isn't candy coated, all strawberries and vanilla. She doesn't take any bulls*** or excuses when it comes to her job, and is headstrong, earning the moniker 'Hitler' from her juniors, and seems to be the Grinch who stole Christmas. She's interested in results, and following hard and fast rules, without giving much heed to how her co workers feel about her or her methods.
These qualities of hers are what drive people away. The first two parts of the story highlight how her lonely her life is to people who observe, such as the reader, but she's adamant that she needs nothing and no one, which leads to her alienating everyone close to her, such a her best friend Priya.
However, she does have a soft side to her which comes out when she interacts with Nikhil, who her colleague and a single father, and his daughter, Tisha. One thing I loved about Natasha was the no-nonsense way she dealt with the situations that came with being single and successful at 35.This book made me laugh out loud multiple times at the way Natasha viewed the world around her, her sarcastic observations, such as that of the 'Chopra fossil from downstairs,' whom she eventually opens up towards, and her 'I need no one' mantra.
"We come alone and we go alone."
This book also touches upon some issues faced by women such as Natasha herself in the workplace, such as sexual harassment, and the constant power play between her and the new boss, Rishabh, who is seen as better suited for leadership by their colleagues. This is a mainly feminist novel about an independent working woman, which I thought was inspiring. One thing that I'm confused about is the fact that she did nothing about the advances made towards her, which would be considered sexual harassment. It just doesn't seem like Natasha's character to let that go after a page of contemplation.
All in all, I absolutely enjoyed this book and found myself immersed in Natasha's world and the author's easy narrative style for a few hours until the book finished. I'd absolutely recommend this to anyone who wants a light and entertaining read. I, personally, can't wait to read the rest of the author's books.
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