‘I wish I had known his nature before our marriage. Maybe that would have helped me decide.’
Sheena, a busy professional, is happily married (or so she thinks). Life has become humdrum, and she has more or less accepted her fate, when suddenly life takes a turn and she finds herself trapped between duty and lost love.
Caught in the temptation, she struggles to hold onto her married life. Can she find a way out?
In this perceptive story of an otherwise happy couple, Sujata Parashar forces us to break free of convention, and think about some important questions:
Is dissatisfaction a license to being unfaithful? Should one listen to the conscience, or to the heart?
Is infidelity a sin, or just a natural striving for satisfaction? Are the sacred vows strong enough against the carnal pull?
In Pursuit of Infidelity is an attempt to find and answer.
Sujata Parashar is a freelance consultant on social projects
related to marginalised children and women. She has a
rich and diverse professional experience spanning over
eight years in the developmental sector and the travel and
tourism trade in India and abroad.
Ratings and Reviews
12 Ratings &
a very brave attempt. ?????
seemingly simple yet compeltely destructive and unsettling evetnts that ignite the final spark of dissent of marital discord, often in an irreversible slope of violent and adulterating emotional turmoil, to survive in the chaos of rat race to outdo the others in a corporate world, sacrificing pleasant things done on bed, not only physical but the mental closeness.
it is time, readers whoa re from corporate world, in fierce competition tog et all the fame and m...
The book starts beautifully and keeps you occupied for maybe halfway, or say two third of the time. But I was deeply dissatisfied by the ending. Whatever the status of relation between husband and wife be, faith should be restored between them. In this book the writer is clearly taking sides with female character without taking into account who is right or wrong. Not recommended.
Kudos to Sujata for writing this excellent Novel. Itâ??s fantastic novel by a woman who know narrated story from a womanâ??s point of view. Characters are well defined, you can relate yourself with characters, they seem very real. Except Nikhil, perhaps his charter needed little more clarity. Well worth the readâ?¦..
This first novel augurs a long & successful career for its author. At least as young Author, she did not try to copy chetan bhagat and write on college / IIT /IIM which most of ...