Thursday, 3 January 2013

Wrong Means Right End- Book Review


Readers fell in love with Sneha and Nandini, two best friends who stuck to each other through heartbreak and joy in the bestselling novel, Right Fit Wrong Shoe. Now they are back in a delightful sequel that follows the two women as they begin the next phase of their lives in Mumbai.
After a failed marriage, Sneha, a single working mom, has no time, or inclination, for love. She resists every matchmaking attempt made by the overzealous Nandini, married to industrialist Aditya. But then the past intrudes in the form of the gorgeous and rich, Nikhil, who brings along Gayatri to break-up her ex-fianc, Adityas marriage. Sneha enlists Nikhils help to salvage the situation. But how does she even talk to a man who clearly loathes her? As Nikhil and Sneha try to grapple with their egos and combustible chemistry, love blossoms.
Wrong Means Right End, an exuberant story about love and friendship, is filled with surprises and a wicked twist at every turn.
My Review
Not all marriages work out. Sneha, the protagonist of the book married the wrong person and for wrong reasons. Now, she is a divorced single mom to Advey. Aditya Sarin and her best friend Nandini have readily accepted her as a part of their world. Nandini however is still hopeful for Sneha and despite her resistance she is in no mood to give up on her matchmaking efforts. Sneha is grateful to the couple for just too many reasons. Thus when Nikhil suddenly gives her the news of Gayatri, Aditya's ex-fiancĂ©e being back in town and not being completely over with whatever happened, she sets out on doing her bit to make things alright.
  1. The colors of the cover merge just too well.
  2. The plot. Things get hilarious at times with Sneha. And I, as a reader enjoy it.
  3. The cuss words. They are a major highlight.
  4. Believe it or not, the book summary is a huge hit. I love how it gives that little hint about everything.
Things get really predictable and even though you can sincerely relate to the story, the characters it does become a major flaw. When the author has a good sense of humour, I expect way more in terms of narration which again turned me off about this book.
About the Author
About the Author
Varsha Dixit
is the author of the bestselling novel, Right Fit Wrong Shoe (2009) and Xcess Baggage (2010). She worked in the television industry in Mumbai for a few years before moving to the US with her family.
Varsha loves to write fiction. Suspense, romance and humour are her favourite genres. She actively interacts with readers through her website www.varshadixit. com. Varsha also communicates through her book groups Right Fit Wrong Shoe & Xcess Baggage, Wrong Means Right End on Facebook. Her Twitter handle is Varsha20.

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