Inconvenient Relations

Inconvenient Relations

by Simi K. Rao


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Praise for Simi K. Rao!

"Sassy desi romance- 5 stars!"-Rachelle Ayala, Bestselling Author of Michal's Window

Shaan Ahuja found himself bowing to tradition and agreeing to an arranged marriage to the beautiful Ruhi Sharma. He went through the motions but had no intention of carrying through on his vows. His last foray into matters of the heart with an American girl had left him scarred and unwilling to try again. Thoroughly disillusioned and disgruntled he wasted no time in making his intentions clear to Ruhi on their wedding night. But, he was completely unprepared for what his new wife had in mind.

This multi-cultural contemporary romance story of an arranged marriage is a beautiful blending of showing the Indian and American cultures. Readers will learn more about the Indian heritage and the romance that happens behind closed doors in an Indian relationship in Simi K. Rao's Inconvenient Relations. This coming of age story about true love explores many multi-cultural issues.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781505694581
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/23/2014
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

Simi K. Rao was born in India and has been living in the United States for several years. The inspiration for her stories come from her own experiences and what she has seen transpire among and within the immigrant community. She also writes poetry, is an avid photographer, loves to travel, and is a practicing physician. She lives in Denver with her family. Her books include: Inconvenient Relations, Now and Forever, The Accidental Wife, and Milan (A Wedding Story).

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Inconvenient Relations 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Do you people believe that pairs are made in heaven? No. Then please go and read this story. This story will make you believe that when love has to come, it will come of it’s own accord, you would not have to ask for it or search, and when it would come, it would make your world a much better place to reside in. The story begins with the arranged marriage of Shaan and Ruhi. But soon after marriage, on their wedding night, Shaan reveals that he is already in a relationship with someone else, and asks Ruhi to leave him. But Ruhi decides to give their marriage a chance, i.e, she decides to be with Shaan for two months and even after that if parting is only option left then she would leave him. But after they go to L.A, where Shaan works, tables turn, and soon Shaan realises what he actually wants. The different layers of Ruhi’s character were worth exploring, how she tries to woo him, and then at some point decides enough is enough. Same applies to Shaan too, his emotional side, his vulnerable side, his honest side, are all to die for. Lastly I would say that if you like reading a love story with a sweet and happy ending, then you would surely love it.