Readers fell in love with Sneha and Nandini, two best friends who stuck to each other through heartbreak and joy in the bestselling novel, Right Fit Wrong Shoe. Now they are back in a delightful sequel that follows the two women as they begin the next phase of their lives in Mumbai.
After a failed marriage, Sneha, a single working mom, has no time, or inclination, for love. She resists every matchmaking attempt made by the overzealous Nandini, married to industrialist Aditya. But then the past intrudes in the form of the gorgeous and rich, Nikhil, who brings along Gayatri to break-up her ex-fiance, Aditya’s marriage. Sneha enlists Nikhil’s help to salvage the situation. But how does she even talk to a man who clearly loathes her? As Nikhil and Sneha try to grapple with their egos and combustible chemistry, love blossoms.
Wrong Means Right End, an exuberant story about love and friendship, is filled with surprises and a wicked twist at every turn.
Wrong Means Right End is the first book that I am reading by Varsha. This can essentially be classified into a romance novel in an Indian context.
The story revolves around the life of Sneha, a recently divroced young mother who moves into a new city and tries to make a life for herself. Sneha works for the Sarin family and hence cannot run away from the lavish parties she is invited to and that is where Nikhil walks into her life. They are at constant loggerheads and may never have come together but to save the Sarins’ marriage that was on the brink of falling apart.
Mona the vamp is slightly Bollywood-ish but the story in itself is not too much.
The book is a fun light read and is all about two people who have incredible chemistry but will always end up fighting with each other. There is no time to get bored even if you know the pace of the story as it is not a very long/slow read.
Varsha Dixit, the best selling author of four successful contemporary romance books. Her debut book, Right Fit Wrong Shoe was a national bestseller for the year 2010. Varsha was a part of the Indian Television Industry and worked as an assistant director and online editor. She considers herself a dreamer who thinks deep but writes light. Even though creativity is gender free, Varsha feels blessed and enriched to be a woman. Currently, with her family, Varsha resides in CA, USA.