[NOTE: each novel in the boxed set is about 74, 000 words for a total of approximately 850 printed pages] This three-book romantic comedy series is all about starting from nowhere (no dating skills, no passion for a corporate job, low self-esteem), and undergoing a big transformation. The years go on, the landscapes change, and all along our heroine genuinely grows, as she moves past failures, achieves personal goals, becomes a better friend, and even gets the chance to fall in love. More specifically, there's Internet romance (or obsession? Fine line...), there's a meeting with the right guy at the wrong time, there's long-distance romance turmoil, and there's a life-changing journey to a totally different place. The stories are told in a bold narrative with punchy dialogue, to give this series a little more edge than your typical chicklit books. Throughout the series there's also an underlying tension caused by culture clash, when a strict Indian background brings up totally unpleasant scenarios (pressure to get married, pressure to get an ARRANGED marriage...you get the drift). ---------------------------------- LENGTH: each romantic comedy is a full-length novel of about 74, 000 words (or between 280-285 printed pages each) DISCLAIMER: the books contain occasional profanities and mild sexual referencesThis one moment represented my failure as a good Indian, but it didna#39;t make me suddenly obsessed with another ... From that day forward, I would always wonder if I was featured on YouTube somewhere, in a video called aIndians Girls Gone Wilda. ... These stylists were actually two young Pakistani women Ia#39;d found on a message board, and theya#39;d agreed to do my wedding hair and makeup for cheap.
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|Publisher||:||Romi Moondi - 2014-11-19|