Book Review - RIght Fit Wrong Shoe by Varsha Dixit
A perfect custom fit .
The prefect leather in a perfect shade and moulded into perfect size in the most trendy design - A perfect custom fit .
From their first meeting till the end Adi and Nandi never stops to pull you into this absolutely filmy romance.
The double trouble Nandini and Sneha had grabbed my attention from the time I read their meddling with Gayatri's love story in Rightfully Wrong and Wrongfully Right.
Here the moment Adi starts taunting or unfurling his wrath on Nandi the sparks starts to fly...
Miss Black and Miss White were even mentioning: just like them Adi and Nandi are fighting always. But girls, reality check! They are not like you guys... they are attracted to each other and getting crazily in love. (rolling my eyes at them)
'From fights to kiss', may be the story line but trust me it's no ordinary romantic journey. With Varsha Dixit how can it ever be normal? (My wicked naughty side is all happy and content after reading) The right amount of humour, drama, friendship and romance. The perfect mix of all the materials and the Right Fit Wrong Shoe is all ready for the readers to adorn.
Had an absolute blast with each and every Sneha and Nandini moment. Don't want to take away the credit from Aditya and Nandini's really high voltage romance, but my heart has more 'softer' corner for the girl bonding. (Missing my friends so bad…sniff)
The friendship and romance in the right amount of mix is difficult to attain and hats off to Varsha Dixit for the same. After reading the book felt like I had watched a great rom-com. Eagerly looking forward for another one of your's Varsha Dixit, " aaj kal aur parson"(today, tomorrow and day after tomorrow) ;-)
Just a review won’t do the justice, if you want to dig in a great romance with a fair amount of humour, pick a Varsha Dixit.
Twenty-six year old Nandini Sharma is a girl who, like most girls in India, has been taken over by Bollywood. She falls for her neighbour Aditya Sarin. He is filthy rich and fairly intelligent. She mocks death and suffers for love. Right Fit Wrong Shoes may be Indian to the core, but contains urban language. The humorous book will have you laughing so hard that it will bring tears to your eyes. The book does not have graphic scenes or physical intimacy and the words used are delicate. The funny and romantic book is about a young woman's thoughts about the society she lives in.