A rip-roaring and charming account of dating in India.
Dating is an undeniably daunting task, especially when you are looking for the real deal to settle down with. So when Dia, a 30-something woman, signs up on a dating website for people looking to get married, she realizes just how delightful, vexing, amusing and befuddling looking for the perfect husband can be. Based on her real-life experiences, this book is not a guide to dating, but rather a delightful collection of meeting potential partners, epiphanies about them and soul-searching questions that will make you see relationships without your rose-tinted glasses of love.
Particularly pertinent to this age of online dating, hilarious, honest and witty, this delicious-as-a-cappuccino book is for all those looking for love, in love or in between. With advice as sage (gained the hard way) as that in He’s Just Not That Into You and scenarios as funny and outrageous as those in Sex and the City, 50 Cups of Coffee is the perfect book to curl up with when a suitable bae is not available.

BOOK REVIEW:The attractive title and the blurb of this book made me give this book a read. In 50 cups of coffee, Dia, a 30 year old, independent woman signs up at dating website to find her Mr. Right. She is very clear in her mind about what she wants in life. She decides to go on a coffee date with around 50 guys and meets them. She tries to know them as much as she can in those hilarious dates.   I actually loved reading about all of them because I was curious to know what actually happens on these dates. I loved the way how Dia openly expresses her opinion about everything after meeting every guy. This book really made me laugh a lot. Dia's story is not only her story but we read about her dating experiences, we all will be able to relate to her story. To know what makes these experiences funny, you'll have to read the book I absolutely enjoyed reading this book as I am also a 30 year old woman  and also going through the same phase of searching the perfect husband and I think I got to read the book at the right time. I found the book really interesting and I learnt a lot of things from this book. I would highly recommend this book to everyone and I am sure you won't be disappointed.

I liked the book cover which is really attractive, the title of the book is apt. The writing style of the author left me impressed and made me praise her unique way of writing after every chapter ( or after every coffee date). Will be waiting to read more books by Author Khushnuma and on some other interesting topics too.

I would give 4/5 Stars.


After exciting childhood dreams that vacillated between astronomy, zoo keeping and diving with great white sharks, Khushnuma eventually settled for something a tad tamer-advertising. Six years ago, while on a sabbatical, she rediscovered her love for writing something more than creative briefs and PowerPoint presentations. Advertising and writing apart, she is extremely passionate about animal welfare, sustainability and of course, regular sabbaticals.


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