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One for heartache Two for boys Three for cocktails Four for joy Meet the fabulous four, Neha, Sanya, Lara and Palak-Young women, who love their drink as much as they love each other! Neha doesn't care much about her career and is not sure if she even fancies her clingy, judgmental boyfriend. Will she ever find true love? Luscious sex goddess, Sanya-- a man-eater with a har ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 8th 2012 by Penguin Metro Reads (first published January 1st 2012)
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Uzma
Feb 02, 2017 rated it it was ok
Predictable , at times preposterous, typical .
Girl and their relationship issues has been the foundation of 80% chic flicks and books.
Girls either are tame ,composed and arrange marriage one's or drink like a fish ,straightforward, crazy girls. There seems to be no in between even in the 21st century .
The book offers nothing new,nothing you haven't heard of. Just eavesdrops on a group of 4 girls at some lounge ,that 1 hour conversation and this book would be the same.
The main character lacks
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Sarika Patkotwar
May 31, 2017 rated it liked it
*This review was initially published at The Readdicts Book Blog. For more reviews, go here .

Author Kamini Patel's The Morning After is a book about four high society Mumbai girls who are trying to find love. Neha, Palak, Lara and Sanya have been the closest of friends since forever and their friendship is everything. From discussing boys to getting drunk to gossiping; they're always doing it all together. A very fun, quick and exciting read, this book is also very difficult to believe because o
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Ayeza Khan
Jul 13, 2017 rated it did not like it
Stereotyped, ridiculous, a complete waste of time...
Neha
Jul 30, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
A complete waste of time.
Nikhil Talwar
Apr 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: indian-fiction
One for Heartache
Two for boys
Three for cocktails
Four For Joy
Meet the fabuluous four NEHA, SANYA, LARA and PALAK - These young womens who love their drink as much as they love each other.
The novel is based on girls. What girls do and prefer is what this novel about.
I liked the novel very much. It was quite interesting and not at all boring. The story line was interesting. Different from college love stories.
What these girls do? How they enjoy their drinks and live? Read it to find out.
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Sneha
Jul 25, 2013 rated it really liked it
A good break from the same old love stories. Gave me a 'sex and the city' kinda feeling. Majority of the girls will relate to the four friends scenario here. The book was worth every penny and for a first novel, a job well done. Nice language, not too dramatic just a day to day life story and the ups ands downs a girl normally goes through. All the best for your future books Kamini..
Lakshita
May 30, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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a book every girl must read .. the characters are so contrasting , u will fing yourself relating to one or the other . gives an idea to a teenage girl how her life can turn out in future due to her actions at present.
Atma
Feb 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed reading this one... :) .... I could relate to Neha's character...
a nice book...with a happy ending
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Kamini Patel is a lawyer who dabbles in her family business. After majoring in international relations from Boston University and, later, getting a law degree, she was still at a crossroads as to what she wanted to do with her life. An initial stint as a freelance journalist made her realize that writing is her calling. This resulted in her first novel, The Morning After, she hopes to become a ful ...more
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