About Millennial Marriage
When lies get caught, and the search for true love takes turns and twists, will love last between these millennials?
Kiara gets proposed by Jason. She asks Priya to be her maid of honor. Everyone knows Priya is up next to get engaged to Mannie because they have been together for almost 10 years despite the long history of their families being enemies. Priya helps plan Kiara’s Indian-American fusion wedding, a wedding that combines aspects of both American and Indian cultures. While planning the wedding, Priya feels the sparks for Neil, a handsome doctor and her cousin’s best friend. Neil is a great dancer and the only one that can partner with Priya for a Salsa-Bollywood dance performance. How will Priya hide her true feelings for Neil? What will everyone think now that she has already fought with her family for Mannie? Is changing your mind even allowed in Indian culture?
For Neil, Priya is off-limits but his heart tells him otherwise. The two lovers try to stay apart until they can’t anymore. How will the couple get through Kiara’s wedding without being caught? If they get caught, Mannie’s family will kill them. Also, Priya’s own family will not support her. How will this couple survive together when not only their love but also their lives are at stake?
Millennial Marriage is a laugh-out-loud hilarious comedy about love, family, culture, and relationships.
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Dhara Shah is an American author who lives in Phoenix. She writes multicultural romantic comedy novels and novellas. She enjoys writing romance with relatable characters carefully integrated into social, psychological, and physical relationships with other people and society. Her background in Psychology helps her portray her characters in real-life situations. She is a firm believer in happily-ever-after endings and shows that these happy endings may look different for different people. She is a first-generation American who embraces growing up with both Indian and American cultures.