Piece of cake

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Penguin Books, Dec 1, 2004 - Fiction - 367 pages
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Age 13: Shopping for shoes in the Bata men s section

Age 15: Being dumped by four-eyed guy with green braces

Age 26: Acquiring Spineless Jaggu for a boss

Minal Sharma, MBA. Five foot ten twenty-nine-year-old with a hyperactive conscience and a ton of attitude. Minal wants it all a successful career at International Foods, a lifestyle to match and a totally cool guy who ll buy her diamonds, bring her flowers and laugh at her jokes. But given the unending record of her life s embarrassments it s not going to be that simple. Especially when her mother s decided to take charge of the matrimonial front and the choice Minal has to make is between a wild and sexy radio jockey and a brilliant but boring oncologist. And it doesn t help that her new colleague on a make-or-break Cakes assignment is a nasty, grudge-bearing kid from her childhood who just might be out to sabotage her career.

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User Review  - poonamsharma - LibraryThing

This is one of those much touted Indian 'chick lits'. It came recommended from many women and finally a dear friend gifted me this one. (As a rule, I never buy these books, but I DO read them - online ... Read full review

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User Review  - salmonchick - LibraryThing

A lovely piece of chick-lit from India. The main character is endearing and complex, and the story is fun with just enough romance and humour. Read full review


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