Against All Odds

Against All Odds

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Highlights
  • Jazz Singh
  • English
Description
On a rainy night, Sanjana and Abhimanyu meet in the most unromantic of conditions. She's wet, muddy and is almost run over by him, while he accuses her of trying to scam money from him. After an acrimonious exchange, each hopes never to set eyes on the other again. But fate has other plans for them... As they meet again, and yet again, Abhimanyu finds himself admiring Sanjana's spirit and obvious talent. Before he knows it, he's head-over-heels in love with her. It's the perfect modern fairytale-business tycoon falls for struggling designer from nowhere-but then his mother enters the picture. She makes it crystal clear that Sanjana has no place in her son's life. The two break apart until their worlds collide yet again; another accident, in another time and place. Will they come together this time, against all odds?
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Specifications
Language
  • English
Publisher
  • Indireads Incorporated
ISBN
  • 9781927826102
Publication Date
  • 2013-12-06
File Size
  • 0.66 MB
Ratings & Reviews
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4

A breezy, romantic read.

Against all odds is a story of two people from different social milieu of life, totally unsuited for each other. But when cupid decides to cast its arrow, things get romantic, passionate and complicated.

Sanjana is an intelligent, accomplished, girl from the small town, Kasauli. Being an interior designer, she lives in Delhi, where there is market for her kind of work. Abhimanyu, an angry young man, is a successful businessman who comes from a wealthy, globe-trotting family. They meet accide...
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Rajesh Singh

Dec, 2014

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Glittering Sentiments

A straight and simple story about a discrimination that is so rampant in the world yet no one discusses it until it happens right at their home. Against All Odds talks of ‘class divide’, the one that is so strong in all societies no matter how rich or poor but which both the rich and the poor sweep under the carpet!

“Men like Abhimanyu Chopra didn’t get serious about girls like her.”

The characters are so “normal” that it feels as if you are reading the story of your friend from across ...
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Inderpreet Kaur Uppal

Dec, 2014

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