Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Review of Mr. Perfect by Sundari Venkatraman

Marriages are made in heaven and divorces are planned on earth. At least I believe that. When you are forced to marry someone, or your likes and dislikes clashes with your other half, that was definitely not willed by the Gods. But there is also another aspect to this whole tale. Intolerance. And this kind of intolerance, let me be clear here, I support wholeheartedly. Where education has opened the eyes of the woman and they have realized that they are at par with men. And when she is forced to play a role of a doormat, the warrior inside her rises. One such woman, Saloni, is introduced in Sundari Venkatraman's book, Mr. Perfect.

There is one thing about Ms. Venkatraman's book that I really appreciate as a reader. She does not hover over the darkness too much, unlike me I would say, but rushes towards the light at the end of the tunnel. When Saloni finds nothing but unhappiness in her marriage to Manish, she decides to leave him. But her mom, Rati, is against it. According to Rati, a woman's place is always beside her husband.  Saloni not only had to fight against such dogmatic view but also her heart's desire where her childhood love, Aarav, resided. 

There is a simplicity in this story. While the heat quotient is decently high you can't help but root for the chemistry between Aarav and Saloni. On the other hand, there is another factor in this story. Salon's young son, Mitesh. How does a man accept another man's child without feeling any jealousy? Again I can say that Sundari Venkatraman, has touched or rather taken this part for granted in her story. 

Recommended for all romance lovers. 

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  1. Thank you so much Rubina <3 :D I am so happy that you finally got the time to read the review this book of mine and I can see that you enjoyed it too

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