91wFD4K0gRLAuthor – Parul A. Mittal

Rating – 3.5/5 stars

Number of Pages – 240

Publisher – Rupa Publications

Do you believe in quick and fun relationships or in a foreverwala love? In the age of quick messaging and dating apps, do you expect to find someone who believes in long-lasting relationships? You have more friends in the virtual world than in real life. When ‘I Love You’ is mere worlds void of any emotion, you think you can find someone would give a new meaning to your life with love? This story is trying to find answers to these questions.

Let’s have Coffee by Parul A. Mittal is a story of new age and big city lovers juggling many lives simultaneously. Our generation wants everything on a single click. We are holding the world in our palms. Are relationships also moved ahead with the time? Are those gone days when love was meant to last forever and not a one night stand?

Meha, working as an assistant wedding planner met Samir, a handsome wedding photographer at her ex-boyfriend’s wedding. Samir revels that the bride happens to be his ex. They feel a strong connection. Meha left him after an unfortunate finding of Samir that he is only using her for his book. They move on with their respective lives and never try to cross the path of other.

After five years they met again through a project she is working on for his girlfriend planning a proposal for him. Will she find her foreverwala love in a world where relationships can be as brief as the messages we send to each other?

Recommended for romance readers. The story is like crunchy wafer wrapped in a chocolate. The author draws an interesting sketch of the life of the lovers of a new age. She tries to untangle love and relationships in today’s digital world. It’s witty and romantic. I find it little filmy. The story has lots of drama you find in Bollywood romantic movie. Let’s have Coffee is a sexy story.

Author Bio

Parul A. Mittal is the author of the national bestseller, Heartbreaks & Dreams! The Girls @IIT. Her second book, Arranged Love, captured the hearts of Indian youth.

Born and brought up in Delhi, Parul did her schooling at Lady Irwin School, New Delhi, and Navrachna School, Baroda. She did her BTech in Electrical Engineering from IIT Delhi in 1995, followed by Masters in Computer Science from UMich, Ann Arbor. The author has worked for various corporate-Hughes, IBM Research, Nextag and Yatra-for over thirteen years. She co-founded an online parenting website called RivoKids.

You can read more about her at www.parulmittal.com

Her fan page www.facebook.com/parulmittalbooks

Email – parulmittal@gmail.com

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‘I received a copy from Publisher in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.’