About the Book:
When Kumar finds out that his only daughter is in love, he has a tough time coming to terms with the fact that his Doll has grown up already. But his displeasure takes a different turn when he realizes who his daughter’s love interest is.
Sarika couldn’t have been happier at the news of her elder son having found the love of his life. She can't wait to see him happily married. But the revelation about the girl’s parents numbs her as much as it shocks her.
What is it in their past that Kumar and Sarika need to make peace with, so that their children can find their ‘Happily Ever After’. Will they be able to do so?
Sarika believes that she has left her traumatic past and move on in the true sense. And why not?
She is successful, recognized and rewarded. Not only as a social entrepreneur but a loving wife and a doting mother to two sons.
She had really not foreseen that on his annual vacation to India, her elder son would drop a bomb albeit a pleasant one on them. And now she couldn’t wait to prepare for the Shagun for the girl who her son has chosen as the one for himself.
Only if she knew better. However ironical it sounded, but for her son to be happy, she had to clear a test herself. Was she prepared to face the past she had thought she had left far behind in her life?
His silence has angered her then. She had endured a lonely bitterness and worked her way through life. But had she moved on in the true sense? Probably not. Was she ready to face her demons in person at this age?
The stakes are high. Her only hope is that her nemesis too understood the same. Could they finally patch up after 30 years?
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