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Untruly Yours Book À 148 pages Download · To some Natasha Iyer has it all Living the life of an affluent NRI wife of a prominent Psychologist and mother to a cheeky 11 year old However behind closed doors cracks are beginning to appear in her seemingly comfortable relationship with her professionally consumed husband Rakesh Although RakeshThe Psychologist husband fails to read between the lines and Natasha is left to her own devices to deal with her unresolved emotions An unexpected call from India takes her through a journey of self discovery with her devastatingly handsome work colleague Steve She uncovers in some aspects urban India has changed considerably but eually deep rooted social issues still prevail in the so called modern educated changing society A chance en Pure escapismThis book was a recommendation from a friend For a debut novel I am impressed with the writer’s effortless style of story telling It’s an easy read with many laugh out loud moments If you want a book which you can't put downthen I strongly recommend this oneA brilliant feel good book and definitely well worth a read

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To some Natasha Iyer has it all Living the life of an affluent NRI wife of a prominent Psychologist and mother to a cheeky 11 year old However behind closed doors cracks are beginning to appear in her seemingly comfortable relationship with her professionally consumed husband Rakesh Although Rakesh seems content with his alpha neatness fetish melodramatic wife and bright son; Natasha yearns for romance passion and excitement Ironically This is a story revolving around a modern day female protagonist Natasha Iyer Natasha is a Bengali girl married to a Tamilian who has now earned the status of an NRI At first glance she has it all A well to do husband a glamourous job an eleven year old son and friends and colleagues she can depend on But as one takes a closer look at her life one realizes that not everything is as it seems Her husband is completely focused on his career and a son who is almost handful She doesn’t get along well with her mother in law and has only her father in law who sympathizes with her End of the day she is lonely and yearns for romance and companionship from her spouse When a call from India takes her on a trip back home she decides to take some time in order to find herself and look for what she really wants for herselfThis is a story that essentially deals with the journey of a woman who is dealing with her mid life crisis and trying to rediscover herself We take on a rollercoaster journey as we meet Natasha Rakesh Steve Priti and Veer Intent on clearing her head about her relationship with her husband Natasha is also forced to deal with other situations back at home and nothing is as easy as it should have been My only concern in the whole story was the turnaround time in the mentality of Natasha’s friend who had tried to commit suicideThe story is told simply with a dash of humour The characters and situations may mostly present a sense of deja vu for most of the readers and it is simply because the author has managed to keep the characters and most of the situations very true to life Most of us will be able to identify with one of the characters in the book and if not then we certainly know someone who can There’s ofcourse a happy ending but the story deals with the ups and downs of life that comes before the ‘happily ever after’ and ends with a positive noteOverall it was an entertaining read that managed to keep a hold on me till the end

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Untruly YoursCounter with her 'blast from the past' Veer adds to the emotional rollercoaster ride Her one man woman status of many years has failed to euip her with vital tools to deal with the unanticipated surge of attention from Steve and Veer As she attempts to master the finer points of courtship flirtation and seduction; her life spirals out of control Natasha is compelled to make tough decisions about her love friendship marriage and parentho Right from the beginning the book was easy to read and made for some simple light reading The story has real life characters with whom one can identify and even feel for them The intro of the mother in law as 'Godzilla of Godzillas' was interestingly funny and the intro of the 2 interesting colleagues at work was believable while the kid and the hubby description would have probably made many a women readers say 'Gosh that's my hubby and kid' The story is about the female protagonist discovering hidden feelings latent desires and fighting internal devil angel battles between desires and moral standings One strange thing is that just when things began to get interesting in the story the novel was wound up The author could have written a lot of interesting incidents as well as brought out 'her inner turmoil' I wish Smita had decided to write a little It would have been a fun to read as was it fun to read the 150 odd pages The book does not bore you at any point in the story The author is able to hold up your interest levels using the story the line up of events by her narrations and sheer writing style