[Epub] ↠ The Marriage Game Author Sara Desai – Trishjohnsongolf.co.uk

The Marriage Game A High Stakes Wager Pits An Aspiring Entrepreneur Against A Ruthless CEO In This Sexy Romantic ComedyAfter Her Life Falls Apart, Recruitment Consultant Layla Patel Returns Home To Her Family In San Francisco But In The Eyes Of Her Father, Who Runs A Michelin Starred Restaurant, She Can Do No Wrong He Would Do Anything To See Her Smile Again With The Best Intentions In Mind, He Offers Her The Office Upstairs To Start Her New Business And Creates A Profile On An Online Dating Site To Find Her A Man She Doesn T Know He S Arranged A Series Of Blind Dates Until The First One Comes Knocking On Her Door As CEO Of A Corporate Downsizing Company Sam Mehta Is Used To Conflict Than Calm In Search Of A Quiet New Office, He Finds The Perfect Space Above A Cozy Indian Restaurant That Smells Like Home But When Communication Goes Awry, He S Forced To Share His Space With The Owner S Beautiful Yet Infuriating Daughter Layla, Her Crazy Family, And A Parade Of Hopeful Suitors, All Of Whom Threaten To Disrupt His Carefully Ordered LifeAs They Face Off In Close Quarters, The Sarcasm And Sparks Fly But When The Battle For The Office Becomes A Battle Of The Heart, Sam And Layla Have To Decide If This Is Love Or Just A Game

10 thoughts on “The Marriage Game

  1. says:

    At these depressing, high tension, ill fated, virus mania days, this kind of LAUGH OUT LOUD novels are the best medicine for our souls OMG OMG My cheeks hurt My tummy aches My eyes filled in tears I haven t laughed so hard since my husband request me to cook a simple dish for him I had great time Witty dialogues CHECKAmazing, hot, sizzling, earth shattering chemistry CHECKCreative, unique, awkward, humorous situations that the characters find themselves into CHECKBest of best supporting characters T

  2. says:

    3.5 stars The Marriage Game is Sara Desai s debut novel, and what a delight it is I had so much fun reading this book Layla comes back home to California from NYC after her current relationship ends and she loses her job She s in her mid twenties and starting fresh again She s ready for a new job and a new start, and her father is ready for her to find a husband He sets up an on line dating profile for her and picks 10 guys for her to meet Sam is renting the office above Layla s family s restaurant

  3. says:

    Quirky, crazy, and sexy too I love the premise of the story which was one of the reasons why I chose to review it.One of the cool things about this story is that we get a lot of East Indian culture The descriptions and detail of foods, clothing, and mannerisms is quite complex You can almost smell the cooking as you re reading.Because of that detail of cultural influence we also get a high number of characters in the story that can sometimes be tough to keep up with Plus, we have a high strung main character wh

  4. says:

    There s nothing I hate than not liking a book that I had so badly wanted to love.RTC I received an advanced copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own

  5. says:

    What an absolutely delightful debut from Sara Desai The premise of a dark n twisty corporate downsizing consultant and a hopelessly romantic HR recruiter battling for office space and each other s affections could warm even the most late stage of capitalist hearts.Unsurprising to literally anyone who s put themselves through the torture of reading one of my romance novel reviews, I loved this book in large part because of the well done enemies to lovers trope The fight for the office space was actually pretty inconsequenti

  6. says:

    Oh I just loved this The beautiful intimacy of Indian culture, food, familyand tradition delightfully complimented with finding a partner through classic arranged marriage ideals with a twist .Totally appealing to Any rom com reader, this love story shows how we re all same, skin deep Galley borrowed from the publisher.

  7. says:

    3.5 5I was really enjoying this one until about the last 75% of the book I wasn t a big fan of the conflict and how it was handled There was also usage of some ableist language in the book.Full review to come

  8. says:

    I loved this book so much The banter, the food, the family, the friends, and mostly Sam Until near the end of the book, he was the perfect book boyfriend After mentally slapping him in my head, I still love him Layla is smart, funny, compassionate, and I just loved her so much too This was simply a great book with awesome characters, and a story that was so well done, I need books from this author now

  9. says:

    Oh say hello to my new favorite south asian american lead, own voices story

    Honestly this such a breath of fresh air, seeing my culture, language, food featured in a really well written romance.

    Meet Layla Patel, our main character, she is fiesty, and proudly brown With a huge extended family of aunties and uncles and cousins all hailing in their roots from Pakistan to India.

    Her life is falling apart, and she is returning home to her family in San Francisco To just patch her life and have a fresh start And open a new business for he

  10. says:

    Review coming soon

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