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Mistakes Like Love and Sex

3.45  ·  Rating Details ·  172 Ratings  ·  21 Reviews
Cheated by her young and handsome Spanish boyfriend, Kaveri is back in India to follow a career as an artist and to find her dream man. However, getting involved with an older man, making out with the hottest star in Bollywood, teaching a hot, upcoming actress Hindi . . . her goals seem nowhere in sight. Starting afresh seems to have thrown her off completely and she begin ...more
ebook, 244 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Penguin Metro Reads
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Janani Iyer
This story surely keeps you hooked on till the end. It talks about the new age definition of love, relationships and sex which most of the generation today can easily relate to. What is interesting is her diversity in relationships and her perspectives on the same once they ended. Being involved with a married man, then getting involved with a Spanish guy younger than her, then a rich guy 12 years older than her, making out with a movie star! Incredible range of relationship diversity! Personall ...more
Sirisha
Jan 15, 2013 Sirisha rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
A good afternoon coffee time read. Too predictable and cliched but that's expected out of a chicklit. I am slowly running out of patience for this genre. I hope Madhuri Bannerjee comes up with something more refreshing in her third book. Looking forward to read her more. See! Thats the magic of her writing. I dont think I said much good about her characters. But I want to see where Kaveri goes finally. But Please Madhuri, let Kaveri not jump into beds so easily! :)

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Preeti
Dec 02, 2012 Preeti rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Not as good as her first book. Losing my virginity and other dumb ideas was pithy and clever. Mistakes like...is more cliched and the main protagonist comes across as immature and fickle in some parts. Still will wait for the last book in the trilogy.
Anupama K. Mazumder
Its a book for the modern generation - the central character is a woman in her mid thirties, smokes, drinks, jumps from one relationship to the other, is not ready for marriage, yet she appears like the girl next door! Its a good read at the end of the day.
Ashmita Chatterjee
Awesome book by Madhuri Banerjee! The bong girl has again cracked it! Awesome....
Arpit Shah
Sep 16, 2016 Arpit Shah rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have been following Madhuri's books and have read it all. I must say after #ForbiddenDesires, this one is the best one to read. She is just awesome with her writing. You can actually feel the expressions and she has quoted some very good statements which could make you re-think how you are trying work out some or other things in your life. #Awesome read and Best of Luck to her for upcoming novels.
Priti
Jul 25, 2014 Priti rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Cosmopolitan says that a new Carrie Bradshaw has arrived and this made me to look at the book with a new perspective. In the first book, Kaveri was a lot similar to Charlotte and Miranda; she believed in true love and was ready to wait for him and was well educated and very confident and could give men a tough competition.

After her break up with Arjun she became a lot like Samantha and had no qualms with having sex with men at all sorts of places.

But now in this book, she is hundred percent Car
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Jigar Doshi
Sep 14, 2013 Jigar Doshi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Kaveri is an amazing and a very strong character.
she is courageous, wants to live life on her own terms, has loads of relationships, is very mature and wants so much more from her life than just being a wife to some successful businessman.
filled with loads of sex and philosophy, a nice read.

read whole review here - http://jigar-doshi.com/2013/09/mistak...
Ujval Shah
As one blogger said, this book is a good afternoon coffee time read. More On
Sudakshina Bhattacharjee
This book is the second installation of a chick-lit trilogy about a globetrotting, intelligent, perceptive and yet assuring-ly normal thirty-something woman called Kaveri.
I haven't read the first book, but I pretty much got the gist of what happened there in this one.
Banerjee is definitely a good writer and can make the reader feel as if Kaveri is talking to you about how woman-single or married- face problems and experiences in their careers and love life, in today's day and age.
It's a lovely
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Amruta Joshi
Jun 10, 2013 Amruta Joshi rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It is fantastic Book.It has beautiful woven the realities of the Life related to Love n Sex.
The main Lead Kaveri after breakup with boy friend .she just flow the water n some mistake.But These mistakes makes to her learn.During her dont so good time she makes new friends and catches with old buddies.Family n friends plays vital role in her life.When she expects less from just friend to being friend Ayaan Roy.It makes her happy.At Last she finds her love in form of Ayaan Roy.
It is fresh air to re
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Anamica
Nov 05, 2012 Anamica rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kroyanns, 2012
Like the previous book, i totally enjoyed reading. I loved the way the author have kept the suspense alive throughout the book. It is really a wonderful experience reading all the ups and downs a girl can face in her life and still can keep her hopes high for a good life-partner and never give up on the thought of her own vision of perfect man!
Incredible presentation.
Keep it up.
Vaibhav Gera
Nov 20, 2012 Vaibhav Gera rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Somehow the author understands men so well that the book sometimes start looking like a mirror. Even though it can be said that this is a representation of an independent strong middle aged women who still has a lot to figure out in her life but it has been written in a way that make the male readers not just understand things about the women but also a lot about themselves!
Diana
Dec 27, 2013 Diana rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I picked this up at the airport in India. What a great beach read! ;)
Anil Arora
Nice & little bit gives vivid in storyline
Sukanya Parashar
Jul 25, 2015 Sukanya Parashar rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Same old chick-lit novel. Superficial with nothing to hold on to.
Aruna Kumar Gadepalli
The story continues from the "Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas"
interesting story. Good read for those who read books to while time during journey.
Anil Swarup
An interesting narration of character of the chief protagonist who keeps getting impressed with men in her life.........keeps committing mistakes, yet finds her true love in the end.
Kamal
Nov 28, 2013 Kamal rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
read it if you believe in love :P
Sachin Sharma
another time pass
Sindhu
Sep 27, 2013 Sindhu rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Not as good as her first book. Its predicable and does not have the charm her first book had.
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