Everything Happens for a Reason - Kavita Daswani Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007160631 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kavita Daswani / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2004-07-05 by HarperCollins ... more
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"Everything happens for a reason" by Kavita Daswani is not your average chick lit novel. For a start the heroine of the story is an Indian girl who marries and moves to America with her new husband. That might sound like a fairytale but for Priya the main character in the story it is a bit more like a nightmare. Priya finds herself far from her family and friends and instead thrown into a new family. Priya not only has to contend with getting used a husband she does not know but also has to get used to the in-laws who treat her like a maid rather than a beloved daughter-in-law. Although very traditional Priya's mother in law decides that as she ... Read the complete review
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