Suhaani is enjoying her independent status in the US and her sexy Indian American boyfriend, when suddenly she loses her job to recession. Arranged Love [Parul A. Mittal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Suhaani is enjoying her independent status in the US and her sexy Indian . Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Parul A. Mittal is the author of the national bestseller Heartbreaks & Dreams!: The Girls @ IIT. Apart from reading and writing .

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Jan 17, Mansi Verman rated it really liked it. When she reunited with Champ or Rohan sir it was high cheers moment for me. Buy the eBook Price: I loved very single word of this book,espcially when guys are compared to cars and bikes and Neha’s advice to suhaani that “to seek love,sex and marriage in one specimen is like lokking for a car with luxury love ,speed sex and mileage marriage.

Wrranged I liked the way characters are crafted to justify the context they appeared.

Mittal ‘s Arranged Love is a very enjoyable and highly entertaining read. Five years later, she finds herself in an online reality show living-in with the same Samir and trying to understand the true meaning of love. Even when they end up working together, Suhaani decides she will not fall for this guy. Yeah, am seriously admitting it. Trying hard to cope up with Jay’s western culture she suddenly questions her own choice on Jay Arranged love is a story about Suhaani, a young girl who is mentally obsessed with sex and yet whenever put in an intimate situation, she ends up acting like a 13 year old girl.


Overall I loved the whole treatment of the plot with Hinglish slang, love for Rafi, Gibran When I Found Infinity. Worst to come she finds him quite interesting and a great guy to get along And to complicate her life, she joined a company, iTrot.

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All I would say that this could have been wayyy better. On her return to India, Suhaani encounters Deepak Goyal, a guy her dad has picked as a potential miittal for her. Bhagya marked it as to-read Feb 03, Its amusing to imagine a mother stalking her daughter’s boyfriend’s Facebook profile.

I am eagerly waiting for her upcoming works. Jan 21, Indiabookstore rated it really liked it.

Mittal would write another novel soon, so I give her my best wishes in advance. Jan 27, Crestless Wave rated it liked it.

Book Review—‘Arranged Love by Parul Mittal’

Due to the sudden loss of her job she has to return back to India where her family lovs arranged a suitor Deepak, an IIT guy for her. The title should be at least 4 characters long.

Her confusion and concerns about marriage were understandable. The writing was simplebut it could have been much better. Trivia About Arranged Love.

Even when they end up working together, Suhaani decides she is not falling for this guy! Arranged Love is author Parul A. I liked the book very much, it was a very refreshing read. Going steady with her half Indian boy friend Jay she is not ready to open up with her family.


Free spirited, bold bindass heroines have always been a favorite, however, I could not warm upto Suhaani immediately, nor halfway through the book and tragically enough, even after I was done with it.

The Wedding Planner Sikh Edition. There were lot of laugh aloud moments which I found myself smiling about later. Elora Rath rated it it was amazing Mar 12, This book is a sure scorer on lively read. Better than Parul’s first book and very aptly for the current fb generation.

Her family was really lovely. Deep is the best guy ever. My favourite – She finds him attractive only after she falls in Love with himwhich is much better than falling in love with an attractive guy. She then moves back to India and to the world of Facebook, Guitar lessons and matchmaking.

But then maybe the thing is that it was my fault only to expect anything at all from Indian romance novels.

Because…every raindrop is a HOPE.