Mild-mannered Vijay is the perfect good Indian husband-responsible and predictable.About the Author
Well, at least he was, until he decided to turn farmer.
Vijay's unsuspecting wife Yashodhara is caught off guard when, tired of the rigours of city life, he actually rents land and starts dairy farming! As if she didn't have enough going on already, what with her high-octane job, three children and multiple careers.
As Vijay dives deeper into his quirky hobby, the family is plucked from their comfortable life in the steel-and-chrome high-rises of Gurgaon, and thrown headfirst into a startlingly unfamiliar world-complete with cows and crops, multiple dogs and eccentric farmhands, a shrewd landlady and the occasional rogue snake.
Things heat up further when some godmen land up as co-habitants of Vijay's farm, and strange goings-on ensue.
Will these earnest but insulated city-dwellers be able to battle the various difficulties that come with living a farmer's life?
A laugh-out-loud romp that'll leave you wanting more!
Yashodhara Lal is an author, mother of three children, marketing professional, and fitness instructor. She lives in Gurgaon with her family, her husband Vijay and three kids-Peanut, Pickle and Papad-who never fail to provide her with material for her blog, www.yashodharalal.com.
Her first book Just Married, Please Excuse, is a hilarious story about the bumpy early years of marriage. Her other books include Sorting Out Sid, There's Something About You and When Love Finds You.
She has also written a children's book, Peanut Has a Plan.
How I Became A Farmer's Wife is Yashodhara's sixth book, and is the sequel to Just Married, Please Excuse.
Find her on Facebook.com/yashodharalal or on Twitter @yashodharalal.