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Preeti Shenoy is currently based in Bangalore, India. To know more about her go to preetishenoy. Previous books: 34 candies and bubblegums, Life is what you make it, Tea for two and a piece of cake. Can a single kiss really change your life? At sixteen, Diksha like any girl her age, finds her life revolving around school, boys and endless hours of fun with her best friend. But one day, all that changes. What starts as an innocent crush explodes into something far beyond her control.

Eighteen years later, she finds herself at the crossroads of life. Urged by a twist of events, a wish list is born. But can a wish list help her piece back her life together?

Will she succumb to the tangled mess of an extramarital relationship? Once again, Preeti Shenoy brings an extraordinary story that tugs at the heartstrings, with insight and wisdom, as she explores the delicate matters of the heart. The Secret Wish List is a captivating, engrossing, racy tale about following your heart, chasing your dreams and the meaning of friendship.

Behind the book: Live life, don't just survive. Live it for yourself in your way. Me thinks: Preeti's novel have always had the same presence as she herself have. Just like her bright smiling face her books brings energy and happiness around. Her book might not create a magical web around you but would surely make you realize the presence of magic in your own daily life.

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Through all her previous books Preeti has made a spot as a beautiful story teller who weaves the realities and fiction in a way that it's hard to tell a difference, her closer to reality characters which she defines so well that it will make you smile and think "that's so like me or that's so like some person that you know", She deals with the matter of hearts with utmost tenderness and leaves you thinking and believing for something better, She reflects the true spirit of life through her writing and she did not fail to do so in this book either.

The story beautifully weaves around a sweet love story, A life-long punishment, A to-die-for friendship, the importance relationships and their warmness in life, the beauty of motherhood and also the mystified journey of a woman to get our of her long accepted cocoon, towards a life she wants to live, towards the love she wants to feel.

It was one such moment where the God is willing to give from both his hands and say Amen to every wish made, when Diksha makes her "secret wishlist" and after that night, life never becomes the same for her. It'll make you flinch and will make you smile and most of all it will make you think about YOUR secret desires.

When her number finally comes up, and the doctor starts asking her question, we, the readers, slowly but surely start uncovering the answer to this question. The flashback starts with two letters exchanged between the protagonist and Vaibhav, a childhood friend of hers. We learn that Vaibhav has managed to get into the Indian Institute of Technology — Delhi, and that Ankita is not allowed to do the same by her conservative parents, despite her excellent grades.

The reason for it is, of course, the gender of Ankita — and nothing more. So, expectedly for a girl living in Kerala in , she enters St.

Agnes College for Girls. However, she misses Vaibhav who, as we learn from the letters exchanged between the two, was a little more than a friend to her. They say that distance is sometimes capable of sharpening love, but they also say that it is a make-or-break test for it.

In the case of Ankita, it seems to be both.

At first, it works in favor of Vaibhav whose letters Ankita eagerly awaits — they are not just the highlight of her college life, but basically the only thing she looks forward to.

However, as the days pass, Ankita starts fitting in at St.

Not only she is a great student, acing her tests and excelling in her extracurricular activities, she is also an all-rounder adored by absolutely everybody. In fact, she is soon elected to be the Arts Club Secretary, and, even sooner, makes a lot of friends.

One of them, Sanjana, introduces her to Abhishek, a stout boy good at playing guitar and great at public speaking. I am crazy about you.

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And I have never done anything like this before in my life. This confessing feelings and all, is just not me, but with you I really cannot hold back anymore. Ankita rejects his advances by telling him that she has a boyfriend, but Abhi is persistent. He sends her a letter and, before too long, Ankita visits him at his place.

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Except, you know: as her feelings for Abhi start growing, her love for Vaibhab slowly stars fading away: Vaibhav and I were still in touch but not with the intensity as earlier. I think it was more out of a sense of duty that he called rather than anything else. I had not even noticed that his calls had trickled as I was so absorbed in Abhi and the other things that were going on in my life. I think the love I had for him was replaced by a kind of fond affection.

Honestly, it did not matter to me anymore whether he called or not. It seemed as though Abhi and I had been through so much together and somewhere along the way, Vaibhav had been left far behind. Years pass and Ankita is obsessed with a new agenda: getting into one of the top institutes in the country offering an MBA program. She gets an interview call from four of them, one of which is the most well-known one located in Bombay!

It also means that her relationship with Abhishek is nearing its end. And that it may have been a suicide. Only Ankita knows that this is undoubtedly related to her.

You are young, you are pretty. Please remember molle, sneham mathram puchikaruthu. No matter from where it comes. To make matters worse, her parents discover the love letters she had been exchanging with Vaibhav and Abhi.

They burn them and scold her severely for them. Unsurprisingly, very soon, the darkness gets the better of Ankita: depressed and miserable, she tries to slit her wrists. Madhusudan who diagnoses her with bipolar disorder. He explains to her that what she went through is common and that there are two sides to it: a euphoric one and a despairing one.

The ray of hope?I dont think I am such a bad guy. Apart from raising my child well and keeping house. Sometimes Mother asks me to make chai for them and when I take the tea tray to his room, Rohan opens the door, takes it from me and shuts it again.

She is a busy person, in a demanding job. I have been studying really hard and need a break. I had tried telling him that it was only because my mother had fallen seriously ill at the time of Abhays birth. It is just that I had not admitted it even to myself. Yes, but I wanted to give the best care I could to Abhay. Ankit opens up to me and tells me about his family.

I smile at his audacity.

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