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There's Something About You (English, Paperback, Lal Yashodhara)

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There's Something About You  (English, Paperback, Lal Yashodhara)

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299 Ratings & 44 Reviews
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Highlights
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers India
  • Genre: Fiction
  • ISBN: 9789351771999, 9351771997
  • Pages: 268
Description
This is not your typical boy-meets-girl story. Okay, they do meet, but there are some complications. Trish is twenty-eight. She's unemployed, overweight, single and snarky. She knows all that. And if one more person - just one more person - tries to fix her, she might explode. Sahil is thirty-five. He has superpowers. Well, kind of. He seems to think so, anyway. He's also hot (in a geeky kind of way, but still). And he plays the guitar, helps the underprivileged and talks about his feelings. Aren't guys like that supposed to exist only in fantasies? When Trish and Sahil meet, magic happens. Real magic, you know, like fireworks, electricity, that sort of thing. But here's the problem. Trish doesn't want anyone in her life. She has enough to deal with - dependent parents, flaky neighbours, bitchy editors, the works. And yet, Sahil is determined to be in her life. From the bestselling author of Just Married, Please Excuse and Sorting Out Sid, here is another zinger of a book.
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Book Details
Imprint
  • Harlequin
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Author Info
  • Yashodhara Lal is an author of six bestselling novels, 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.
Dimensions
Height
  • 198 mm
Length
  • 129.00 mm
Weight
  • 193 gr
Ratings & Reviews
4.2
299 Ratings &
44 Reviews
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3

Love And Determination Win

I lliked this book for its positivity. The author has a gentle encouraging loving style and it has a great impact.

Determination leads a middle aged woman , sacked from work for being dowdy, to heights that she never even imagined.

Love helps make the life of a young girl better. She surmounts obstacles and comes to terms with a personal tragedy because her mother learns to love her.

The tale of the two personalities is woven together with great dexterity by the author and it is a pleasure...
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Saurabh Sharma

Aug, 2015

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Refreshing Read - very rare from Indian Authors (Must Read)

Its a highly entertaining off beat love story of a working lady Trish
The book is an amazing read- funny and witty along with the right doze of romance and drama which kept me awake for 2 nights( it keeps you hooked on as the twists and turns in story are very natural and not easy to predict till the last page.. )
Highly recommended !!
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Avinash Parhi

Jul, 2015

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There IS something about this book that makes you happy!

There definitely is something about this book that kept me riveted. But, thankfully, I can point out those things. As expected, its a romantic story with a huge dollop of wit. Trish, the main character, is overweight with a heart of gold and... umm... sarcasm!! After loosing her job, she is accidentally and secretly contracted as a bitch-slapping agony aunt for a column in the same paper.

Life is hell as usual for her till Sahil, a jobless (however, he does have big-money family business), ...
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Prabhjeet Kaur

Aug, 2015

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Brilliantly sketched

Yashodhara has brilliantly sketched out Trish.
What's best about her main protagonist is the strong resonance that any 30/40 year old will feel. She is not perfect and the best part of the book lies in her imperfection

Definitely, a refreshing and recommendable read.
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Raghav Mimani

Aug, 2015

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Good and light read.

There's something about you keeps you hooked on and you do want to know how the book ends. Its easy to empathise with the characters in the book. The sad moment in the story got out a tear while I wore a grin while reading most of the book. I must say that this is the best book by Yash so far.
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shailesh Gupta

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Jul, 2015

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Good light read

Before I begin, I should confess something. I don't generally read such books. And by "such books", I mean the ones packaged (yes, that IS the best word) in bright colours, with long titles that give away the plot line of the book. I've tried a few of these books and been turned off by the shoddy sentence construction, the deluge of typos, and the way they talk down to the reader.

Which is why, when I started to read the preview chapters of Yashodhara Lal's book, I didn't expect it to be muc...
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Devika

Aug, 2015

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Excellent Read

The book is an absolutely amazing read. Funny, witty with the right doze of romance and drama. I just loved every bit of it.
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Sankalpita Singh

Jul, 2015

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Awesome

It's a great romantic novel. Every person who loves novel should have a look at it.. You will be immersed in it
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Soorya A Sureshkumar

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May, 2016

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One of the best books i have read in a long time!

This truly is one of the best books i have read in a long long time! The way the author potrays the female leads character... her thought process.. her struggle with her relationships n how she manages with them... its really lovely.. keeps u engrossed till the end! really enjoyed the book.. go for it.. u wud enjoy the book too... the author has put up a great story of a completely normal girl.. and not of a larger than life character.. worth a read!
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Deeksha Shetty

Jan, 2016

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Enjoyed the book and would definitely recommend it

Detailed Review - blog.fatema.in

TSAY is just another romance but with a little twist that makes it a refreshing read. The story is set in present-age Mumbai and Lal’s research and knowledge of the city shows. TSAY is structured well and the pace is good too. I enjoyed Lal’s style of writing and I found myself laughing a lot of times at Trish’s sense of humour and sarcasm.

I would have given 4 stars except I felt there was too much drama at the end, and some of it unneeded.

Overall I enjo...
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Freya3377

Sep, 2015

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