The Marriage Game

The Marriage Game

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Layla is the child of immigrants from India. Her parents hold a traditional belief in the benefit of arranged marriages, leading her father to start setting up dates without telling her. Sam is a self-made CEO. Also the child of first-generation immigrants, his family treated him like a prince. But his sister's marital experience has taught him that parents don't always know what's best and arranged marriages don't always end well. When life throws Layla and Sam into close quarters, neither can deny the chemistry building between them and wonder if they should make an arrangement of their own.
Publisher: New York :, Jove,, c2020
ISBN: 9780593100561
Branch Call Number: ROM DES
Characteristics: 338 pages ;,21 cm


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RandomLibrarian Aug 29, 2020

Review excerpt: " When it was good, it really was very, very good. I liked Sam and Layla together, I adored their banter, and all those dates where the poor guy Layla was supposed to be meeting wound up being the third wheel on Sam and Layla’s lunch date were laugh out loud funny. I really did like seeing Sam’s sister coming into her own and making her own friends and relationships. And I loved the way food was so important to Layla and how it went beyond just being (high quality) food porn into something that expressed the values and emotions of those creating it and eating it.

For me, the core of a romance novel is the main characters and the relationship between them, which I loved – and so for me, Sam’s career choice was actually more of a deal breaker than the poor handling of the abuse subplot, because it felt more central to what made the romance work or not work."


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