| November 12, 2016


Owing to certain experiences in their teens, while Chaaya hates men in general, Veer is wary of beautiful women. The two of them seem to be not able to find a desirable person of the opposite sex until the time their lives cross paths in a software firm. Even then, they need a little push from their friends, and a little godly intervention in the end, to get over their inhibitions and open up their hearts to each other.

It’s a light-hearted romance set in a software firm in Mumbai. From an interesting start to a gratifying end, Chaaya and Veer’s love story is the central plot. But along the way are funny interludes on life in the software industry that makes it an interesting read. There is never a dull moment in the book and there is a lot to love and enjoy about it.


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