By Poonam Sharma
With meticulous profession making plans and a pair of soiled martinis, there's little or no that ny urban funding banker Vina Chopra cannot do. And now that sh's made up our minds to get occupied with if nding her mate, there's little or no that Vina will not try—even if it capability letting her mom and dad get entangled. in spite of everything, what does she need to lose? Her longest-term courting up to now has been with the ulcer she eventually named Fred (unless you count number the ex-boyfriend who will not cross away). Amid a sequence of dates with 'the great Indian physician' and an workplace scandal that may completely finish her profession, Vina starts off to query every thing sh's been operating for. Who has she been attempting to please these types of years? is that this the lifestyles that she relatively wishes? Can she if nally discover ways to set aside her family's expectancies lengthy adequate and turn into the woman probably to if nd a happiness all her personal?
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So let’s be honest…let’s talk about what this is really about. ” He didn’t get it. That was my cue to leave. On the other end of the spectrum, I once dated an Englishman who had me groping desperately for my can of mace the moment I entered his apartment. He had collected more Indian paraphernalia than was probably ever assembled outside the Subcontinent by anyone who was not, in fact, Indian. He acted completely nonchalant when he struck up a conversation at the bar, made no mention of his fascination with the country, yet he had filled his apartment with everything from statues of Ganesha to an old-fashioned Jhoola chair to wall-hangings depicting village women dancing while balancing water pots on top of their heads.
Did I get anyone yet? Factually, it sounded hopeless. No, I have not. The truth sounded sluttish. Actually, I’ve had a few men. Even some I would recommend to a friend. But nobody with whom I’m interested in growing old and less attractive. ” What that means is that I lied. “Oh, Auntie, I don’t have time to worry about that right now. ” “Vina is just being shy,” my father interrupted. That man could never be accused of appropriate timing. “We are confident that tonight will be the night. ” “Oh?
Table 21 nodded in collective approval. “Lady in Red” wafted through the air. I drained the last of my martini, and checked for emergency exits. ” my maternal grandmother (referred to traditionally as Nani) interrupted in Hindi. “We have done our part. Now we must let the kids decide. And where is this Prakash, anyway? ” My earliest memory is of my Nani making Gulab Jamuns in our kitchen; I watched as she deep-fried and drizzled them with golden sugar water. I must have been six years old when I dragged that stool stoveside, and quietly climbed on top.
Girl Most Likely To (Red Dress Ink Novels) by Poonam Sharma