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“Arranged Marriages”...a concept, which is fast losing its believers to newer and fresher funda called “Love Marriage”. The youngsters today believe in the easy come, easy go approach and do not identify with the ‘the right match’ concept. Fighting with the same principle is, Suhaani.
Suhaani is enjoying her independent status in the US and her sexy Indian American boyfriend, when suddenly she loses her job to recession. And she¹s forced to move back to India where her father has selected a boy for her from his guitar class. Suhaani doesn¹t know how to tell her Internet-savvy dad and Farmville-addict mother that she¹s not interested in an arranged match, especially to an IITian. She decides to dislike the guy.Except that he’s not too thrilled about her either. Even when they end up working together, Suhaani decides she will not fall for this guy. But before she can turn him down, he rejects her!
About The Author:
Parul A. Mittal is the author of the national bestseller Heartbreaks & Dreams!: The Girls @ IIT. Apart from reading and writing fiction, she loves listening to old Hindi music, cannot resist jiving to dance beats, loves to party with friends and has a keen interest in staying fit. She did her BTech in electrical engineering from IIT Delhi in 1995, followed by master’s in computer science from UMich, Ann Arbor. After twelve years in the corporate world (Hughes, IBM Research and Nextag), she is currently running an e-venture called RivoKids (www.rivokids.com). RivoKids offers parents smart ideas to raise bright, happy kids and free online memory books to capture fun parenting moments.
Born in Delhi, she did her schooling at Lady Irwin School, New Delhi and Navrachna School, Baroda. She is married to Alok Mittal and has two daughters—Smiti and Muskaan. You can read more about her at www.parulmittal.com, join her Facebook fan page at or email her at email@example.com
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