The book started off with a lot more promise but fell flat quite quickly. This was an impulse buy in the airport for me. I thought it'd be an interesting unfolding of the single Indian girl's life in the city (the snippets on the cover suggested it'd be a Bridget Jones meets Sex and the Indian City. But instead of bold and witty characters, all this book had was pathetic, alcoholic, wannabe, half-developed characters. The worst part is that I could not understand why the hero falls in love with the heroine. Aisha is awkward, drunk (to the point of passing out) all the time and the conversation between Karan and her is unbearably boring (if at all there are words exchanged!!!) each time they meet. You don't sense any sexual tension between them except that she thinks he's hot. Add to that the fact that she sounds neither attractive nor confident (but entirely self-absorbed) and that he is supposedly a Greek god with brains to match - you just can't understand how there's a connection between the two at all!!! I kept hoping for some witty banter or any interesting twist to the story but it was all in vain. The one twist was when Karan proposed to her but it made no sense why a guy who hasn't seemed to have connected with her yet (in fact quite the opposite) would propose so out of the blue - that too on the first night of his mother being in town?!?!?! Just ludicrous!!!