The truth will tear them apart.
An engrossing novel about difficult choices and second chances that will enthral fans of DOROTHY KOOMSON and ERICA JAMES.
They had the perfect marriage.
Glamour, money, and a beautiful home- the golden couple of Delhi, Neha and Sharat appear to have it all. But a dark secret from Neha's past is about to resurface, a heartbreaking moment in her past that she has tried to block out.
While studying at Oxford, a naive eighteen year-old Neha fell pregnant and made the difficult decision to give the baby up for adoption, vowing never to contact her child again. But now, years later, her little girl - Sonya - is now a fully grown woman and determined to find her birth mother.
With the foundation of Neha's and Sharat's world rocked to its very core, will Sonya's arrival in Delhi push it over the edge? And as Sonya begins to confront Neha, can mother and daughter allow themselves to forgive and forget?
Jaishree Misra has written five novels, published by Penguin and Harper Collins, all of which have been top Indian best-sellers.
She has an MA in English Literature from Kerala University and two post-graduate diplomas from the University of London, one in Special Education and the other in Broadcast Journalism.
Until recently, Jaishree lived and worked in England but she has now moved back to New Delhi, where she hopes to set up a residential unit for young people with learning disabilities.
Praise for Jaishree Misra:
'A blockbuster with heart. I loved it.'
'This book was an emotional rollercoaster.a must-read.'