Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake

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Random House India, Feb 22, 2012 - Fiction - 280 pages
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What if life threw you a magnificent opportunity, only to knock you down later and laugh at you? Would you fight back or let it pass? Nisha’s life is far from perfect. At twenty-six, she is plump, plain-looking, and without a boyfriend. A chance date and a bizarre twist of events lead her to the altar with suave Samir Sharma, only to be abandoned eight years later. As she struggles to stand on her own feet, Akash, a younger guy, enters her life. Can Nisha find love a second time? Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake is an unusual, a heart-warming, and gripping love-story between two people who have so much to lose by getting into a relationship with each other, yet so much to gain.

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Preeti Shenoy is an author and artist, with two national bestsellers under her belt—34 Bubblegums and Candies and Life is What You Make it. Her interests are as diverse as her several academic degrees, which include an internationally recognized qualification from UK in portraiture. She has written for The Times of India and Reader’s Digest and her poetry has also been published in the Sulekha book series. She loves yoga, travelling, nature, creating stuff, photography, blogging, and basketball. She lives in Bangalore, India, with her husband, two children, and a hyperactive Doberman. To know more, go to preetishenoy.com

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