Preeti never quite got over Daniel Thompson. Super-hot, plenty of swagger, amazing cook—the guy is practically perfect. And if it weren't for their families, there might have been a happily ever after. But it's hard to keep her sanity and libido in check when the man of her dreams is sleeping mere feet away. Can Preeti and Daniel find a way to stand up and fight for each other one last time . . . before they lose their second chance?
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What about sharing a home with your ex, and even worse.. share with someone you left six years ago after someone wanted you to left. No explanation. How can they be even friends again? Both succesful in life expect... love. But hopefully they are older and more mature. Unfortunatelly their families have different plans. They are from different families, different cultures but somehow connected from the beggining. Cross the fingers and dive in this funny and tender story. You wont be disapointed. Thanks to Netgalley and Hachette Audio for this great listening.
Fantastic audio which complements the book as a whole. The narrator is engaging with good pronunciation.
Preeti Patel is on track for getting her life in order. She's finishing up her final months of residency, looking for a job, and on the verge of announcing an arranged engagement to a man who checks all her family's boxes. But Preeti's anxiety has never been worse and she can't bear to be touched by the man she's supposed to spend the rest of her life with. And her most pressing problem is that her living arrangements have fallen through and she has days to find somewhere else to live or else she will have to move back in with her parents. So when a friend who moved out of town offers up her old apartment as a stop-gap for a couple months. One small problem. The same friend also offered up the apartment to another friend, Preeti's ex-boyfriend Daniel, who Preeti never got over, the boyfriend who would never be accepted by her community and whose family would never accept her. This book was so fun and had so much to love! The one who got away, family conflict, social conflict, frank discussion about mental health. I received the audiobook version of this book and the narrator was engaging. I definitely recommend this book.