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Finding Juliet by Toffee

Can a Geek Ever Find Love?

Arjun is an incredibly nice guy who believes in true love and is waiting for it with open arms. He falls in love, not once or twice, but thrice. And every single time, happiness – like the girls he fell for – comes very close to him before pushing him away. His only pillar of strength in all his moments of grief and dejection is his childhood friend Anjali. Dejected by the games played by girls and fate, he leaves Hyderabad for Bangalore and ends up meeting Krish, an irresistible flirt. 

Krish understands Arjun's predicament, pacifies him with his words and enlightens him about the most complicated species ever created by God – Women. And then, Arjun's life changes forever. Will Arjun find the one he has been waiting for, or will he end up becoming a flirt? Will he ever taste lasting happiness? Join Arjun as he tries to figure out women and discovers the meaning of love, lust and life… all in his journey of Finding Juliet.





Meet the Author



Toffee is a simple guy who loves the complications of life. He used to write code by the day and books by the night earlier. But currently, he is busy writing assignments and chasing deadlines in his Master's in Business Analytics from the University of South Florida. Toffee loves narrating interesting stories with subtle insights. Through books, he wants to share beautiful stories, reach out to people and touch their hearts. Finding Juliet is his second book, written specially for India's Generation-Y.

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Comments

  1. This sounds like such a cute book! I love the idea of this nice guy just trying to find the one who can be his forever. I think sometimes, we all end up in that situation and just want to find our one true love! The cover is great as well :)

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    1. I would have published an extract to go with the spotlight, but when I saw it, it was literally laced with the f word. I dread that word and find it horrible. But for many, it's just an exclamation. But all in all, I felt it better to leave the extract out. This is just a bare spotlight. I was supposed to feature an author post, but the post got lost, apparently, in an email glitch. Thanks for coming over, Olivia.

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  2. That sounds like so much fun - really different from anything else I've come across!

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    1. Indian writing is in a league of its own, Rosemary. You never now what you're going to get!

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  3. Congratulations Toffee! This story sounds fun yet with deeper tones.

    Hi Maria!

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  4. What a fun cover. Sounds like a great book.

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    1. Thank you, Stephanie. I'm thinking I'll have to have a read of this myself.

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  5. I'm reminded of Revenge of the Nerds from the cover. =)

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    1. Hey, you seem far too young to remember that movie, Crystal. I waw it in the cinema and found it fun. Yes, you are right about the cover.

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  6. Respected Mam, I would really appreciate if you can review my debut book The Wiccan Waltz in exchange of a free copy. If you are interested, please consider mailing me at vishnoipragya@gmail.com so that I can send you the book. The Amazon link is:http://www.amazon.in/gp/aw/d/B06XBB4Y6M/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1489820261&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX118_SY170_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=the+wiccan+waltz

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