The breeze was so nice today that I really wanted to forgo my morning walk. When my walking partner didn't turn up, I rather willingly dumped the idea of the walk, changed out of my shoes and sat down in my balcony with a hot cup of tea to enjoy the lovely breeze with the newspaper.
Parul Mittal (maiden name Parul Agarwal) is the author of a national bestseller novel “Heartbreaks & Dreams! – The Girls @ IIT”. Arranged Love is her second novel and promises to be a humorous and fun light read.
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Suhaani is enjoying her independent status in the US and her sexy Indian American boyfriend, when suddenly she loses her job to recession.
And she’s forced to move back to India where her father has selected a ‘boy’ for her from his guitar classes.
Suhaani doesn’t know how to tell her Internet savvy dad and Farmville addict mom that she’s not interested in an arranged match, especially to an IITian.
She decides to dislike the ‘arranged’ guy. Except that he’s not too thrilled either and has not accepted her friendship invite on Facebook!
Even when they end up working together, Suhaani decides she is not falling for this guy! But before she can turn him down, he rejects her!
Has Suhaani finally found her ‘match’ and is he ‘the guy’? Find out in this racy comedy of relationships, that is Arranged Love.
Heartbreaks & Dreams! - National Bestseller novel by Parul Mittal - sold over 20000 copies
Uncomfortable around boys, the only girl in her department, can Tanu outshine or find true love in the sea of boys at IIT?
Having cleared the exam that only the most intelligent do, Tanu reaches IIT Delhi; merely to realize that she is an outlier in the system – a girl at IIT!
Be it asking questions in class or catching up on her beauty sleep, how does one go about it without being noticed by the boys or the professors?
Inter hostel competitions can be embarrassing especially when the boys purposely choose awkward topics and craft shameless clues. How does one overcome these stumbling blocks keeping one's dignity intact?
Chatting and innocuous jokes can be a torture if there are forty pairs of eyes glued to every action of yours. How does one make it feel normal and go about life at IIT?
When it comes to matters of the heart, and so many to choose from, how does one know who is Mr Right?