Coffee @4 by Kavita Nalawde
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Where to Get It:
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In an ideal arranged marriage, parents choose partners for their children; boy and girl get married, have kids and live happily. However, things are much more complicated in real life.
Ria is married to Sunil. She feels that her existence is boring and routine but then suddenly things take a different turn when she starts getting strange clues about Sunil’s life.
She has two very special friends Geeta and Ryan who she meets every Thursday in a cafe. They both are victims of circumstances and had to overcome a lot of hurdles in the past to reach where they are now. They think that they have seen it all but destiny changes their path and they come face to face with their inner reservations.
Will these friends be able to cope with what life has to offer?
What they're saying about it:
"WOW! Excellent novel .Coffee @ 4 kept me hooked ,this story is captivating , intriguing , honest and fresh , with impeccable narration. The actions and relationships of the different characters. are presented beautifully .Since the story occurs in an identifiable time and setting .it makes the subject familiar. This novel carried me along on an interesting journey due to an extraordinary turn of events and it almost took my breath away. While I was reading this novel it motivated me to think and feel about the behaviour and circumstances surrounding the characters of the story .It created an enduring impression . A fabulous Debut by Kavita."--Amazon Reviewer
"A very different perspective from what books set in India usually have to offer. None of the standard ingredients of politics, business or crime appear in this book. Instead, it deals with aspects of urban Indian life which are not often written about.
Ria, Geeta and Ryan are the main characters of the book. They are introduced by detailed narratives of the major events shaping their lives, which then provides an appropriate context to their characters. This book has multiple story lines within it, which ultimately join together. Overall, a very interesting read."--Amazon UK reviewer