[PDF / Epub] ✪ The Madras Affair ☆ Sundari Venkatraman – Valtrex-4.us

The Madras Affair Sangita Sinclair Was Not Always This Successful Passionate Lady, Heading The NGO Penn Urimai For Downtrodden, Abused And Homeless Women.When Sangita Catches The Eye Of Gautam Sinclair She Is A Simple, Homely Girl Utterly Unaware Of Her Charms Capabilities She Has The Devil S Own Time In Overcoming Her Inhibitions, Hesitation, And Her Family S Orthodox And Outdated Rules Before Recognising Her Love For Gautam.Will Gautam Be Able To Solve Sangita S Dilemma Or Will She Be Forever Trapped In Her Past NOTE This Extensive Edition Comes With Two Extra Chapters 10000 Words

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    Positive Engaging, Well narrated These are the top 3 things I liked about Madras Affair.The story of Sangita s journey of rediscovering herself both emotional as well sensuous aspects of relationships is the theme of the book MA is very fresh take on the widow remarriage concept Usually, books on this subject have the tendency of getting preachy or boring, but no MA was an expectation and indeed a wonderful one People talk about the social aspect of this issue MA explored a personal Positive Engaging, Well narrated These are the top 3 things I liked about Madras Affair.The story of Sangita s journey of rediscovering herself both emotional as well sensuous aspects of relationships is the theme of the book MA is very fresh take on the widow remarriage concept Usually, books on this subject have the tendency of getting preachy or boring, but no MA was an expectation and indeed a wonderful one People talk about the social aspect of this issue MA explored a personal journey of the woman considering this big step in life It s society, the new man in her life and tormented memories of past, from...


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    Characters Meet Sangita, a widow in her early twenties, who is trapped in the confines of an orthodox family Sweet and shy, Sangita s world revolves around her son Sandeep Unaware of her own beauty and charms, Sangita is bound to make the readers fall for her Meet Gautam Sinclair, our blue eyed hero from America Gautam is the handsome hunk, who falls head over heels in love with Sangita, right from the first sight English lecturer, a perfect gentleman and romantic at heart, Gautam is going Characters Meet Sangita, a widow in her early twenties, who is trapped in the confines of an orthodox family Sweet and shy, Sangita s world revolves around her son Sandeep Unaware of her own beauty and charms, Sangita is bound to make the readers fall for her Meet Gautam Sinclair, our blue eyed hero from America Gautam is the handsome hunk, who falls head over heels in love with Sangita, right from the ...


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    Love blooms between Sangita and Gautam, he is suave and handsome a perfect gentleman She is shy, beautiful, resplendent in her charms and yet innocently unaware as Gautam falls for her simplicity and sensuality The Madras Affair is a story that reads itself you end up turning the pages even as you wish the book would not finish so fast But there isto the story When I read the book in it beta it moved me and to say the end product gleams like the glittering Diamond Rose Sangita receiv Love blooms between Sangita and Gautam, he is suave and handsome a perfect gentleman She is shy, beautiful, resplendent in her charms and yet innocently unaware as Gautam falls for her simplicity and sensuality The Madras Affair...


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    The Madras Affair was my first choice among Sundari Venkatraman s books, simply because of the title The moment I started reading the story, I was hooked because it is set in the late 90s, exactly the time I went to live in Chennai with my brand new husband I still call it Madras in my head The book was like a trip down the memory lane for me The protagonists, including the minor characters are very realistic Sangita is the quintessential Indian woman from an orthodox family who struggles wi The Madras Affair was my first choice among Sundari Venkatraman s books, simply because of the title The moment I started reading the story, I was hooked because it...


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    I am a huge fan of Sundari Venkatraman s books like The Runaway Bridegroom and Meghna , so I was over the moon when she approached me with a beta reading request for her latest romance novel The Madras Affair And the book didn t let me down at all, quite the contrary I think it s her best novel yet though I have a tendency to say that after each of her new releases.The story started with a glimpse of the present, where everything seemed so positive but with foreshadowing hints that I ju I am a huge fan of Sundari Venkatraman s books like The Runaway Bridegroom and Meghna , so I was over the moon when she approached me with a beta reading request for her latest romance novel The Madras Affair And the book didn t let me down at all, quite the contrary I think it s her best novel yet though I have a tendency to say that after each of her new releases.The story started with a glimpse of ...


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    The Madras Affair by Sundari Venkatraman is an entertaining but mature love story, written fluently that I finished it in one sitting by 1am in the night or morning, whatever The novel addresses the deep rooted outdated and regressive customs still prevalent in India for widows and remarriage Though the perception and outlook is changing bit by bit, it still is a kind of a disease in some parts of the country.Sangita is a widow with a five year old child, the story revolves around her life and The Madras Affair by Sundari Venkatraman is an entertaining but mature love story, written fluently that I finished it in one...


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    Few things mark the coming of age of mainstream entertainment and its portrayal of women As a professional nitpicker on the way any gender is portrayed, objectified and disrespected by the mass media in its every form, every attempt at deconstructing it is a life jacket for me Sundari Venkatraman s The Madras Affair sees to that What I enjoyed most about the book is that there is nothing conventional, whatsoever I ve lived between Madras and Bangalore all my life, and I ve been thrust this n Few things mark the coming of age of mainstream entertainment and its portrayal of women As a professional nitpicker on the way any gender is portrayed, objectified and disrespected by the mass media in its every form, every attempt at deconstructing it is a life jacket for me Sundari Venkatraman s The Madras Affair sees to that What I enjoyed most about the book is that there is nothing conventional, whatsoever I ve lived between Madras and Bangalore all my life, and I ve been thrust this notion that women in Madras are conservative but I d beg to differ and offer up proof in the form of many friends and their families, and now, Sundari s delightful book, because her forward thinking mentality has shaken up some of the most regressive traditions that are imposed upon widows, and the u...


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    The Madras Affair by Sundari Venkatraman, a book that would draw any Chennaite to pick a copy for the title and the author I received the e book for review from the book club Regardless of my love for Madras, Sundari, and TBC, the review presented below is honest indeed First Impression Pretty attractive title and a cover so strong With a voluptuous woman s body and a face with eyes so powerful, representing a tale of a woman s life history Inviting Overall Impression Spellbound The smi The Madras Affair by Sundari Venkatraman, a book that would draw any Chennaite to pick a copy for the title and the author I received the e book for review from the book club Regardless of my love for Madras, Sundari, and TBC, the review presented below is honest indeed First Impression Pretty attractive title and a cover so strong With a voluptuous...


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    Indisputably, Indian authors have a knack for writing books in simple language which is easy to read and less taxing for the mind This book thus felt like a whiff of fresh air with thoughts and words blending seamlessly into each other It feels like a typical soap opera, only that it was to be read The author has crafted this tale with such beauty that every character, every scene took perfect shape in my mind To my amazement, I felt the joy of characters as much as their sorrows.The book re Indisputably, Indian authors have a knack for writing books in simple language which is easy to read and less taxing for the mind This book thus felt like a whiff of fresh air with thoughts and words blending seamlessly into each other It feels like a typical soap opera, only that it was to be read The author has crafted this tale with such beauty that every character, every scene took perfect shape in my mind To my amazement, I felt the joy of characters as much as their sorrows.The book relies heavily on description of every detail which sometimes works against the tempo of feelings a reader is going through For instance, Sangita s Slender frame and Gautam s Blue gaze took prominence on every p...


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    I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.The book starts with Sangita, the empowered, successful head of an NGO that works to improve the lives of battered and homeless women We are introduced to her supporting and loving husband Gautam, an American.As the story unfolds, we find out about Sangita s past She is born to an orthodox South Indian family and married off at the age of nineteen We find out about her abusive husband, his sudden death while driving drunk, and the impossible I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.The book starts with Sangita, the empowered, successful head of an NGO that works to improve the lives of battered and homeless women We are introduced to her supporting and loving husband Gautam, an American.As the story unfolds, we find out about Sangita s past She is born to an orthodox South Indian family and married off at the age of nineteen We find out about her abusive husband, his sudden death while driving drunk, and the impossible demands and blame her family places on Sangita and her little boy Y...

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