Monday, October 24, 2016

Review- Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right by Varsha Dixit


Love is in the air again…and this time it’s steamy, bold and manipulative!

Gayatri, a rich, spoiled diva, is fighting to establish herself even as her tyrant father pushes her into a life not of her choice. Viraj is a genius and a con who shuns society and its hypocrisies.

Gayatri sees Viraj only as a means to an end. For Viraj, Gayatri is the epitome of all that he despises. So when their paths cross, it is a battle of feisty wills and desire.

Will Gayatri and Viraj prove to be each other’s salvation or annihilation?

From the best-selling author of Right Fit Wrong Shoe and Wrong Means Right End comes Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right. All the unforgettable characters of the earlier two bestsellers make a comeback in this unforgettable story of hurt, hearts and hope.

This is a tumultuous journey of two Wrongs who might just make everything Right!

Release date: August 1st, 2016
Published by: Rupa Publications India
Page numbers: 288


I haven't read any book by Varsha Dixit so Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right was my first read from her. It came recommended and I have to admit I took my time getting to it. I'm just going to come out and say this. I was pleasantly surprised my how much I enjoyed the book. I practically flew through the book, easily flipping through the pages. It was just such an easy and engaging read for me.

So Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right is the story of Gayatri and Viraj. Let's start with Gayatri. At first, Gayatri comes off as a spoiled rich girl blowing off her father's money. But soon we get to see the real story behind her facade. I always love a good redemption story and Gayatri completely redeemed herself by the end of the book. We could see that she had some nasty history with the remaining cast of characters but she makes up for it. Gayatri was a strong, independent woman with vulnerabilities.

Viraj on the other hand has had a horrible childhood with an abusive father. He learned soon to shield his real self from the world and portray only what he wanted. Viraj is what others like to call the Mad Scientist and he is definitely a workaholic. But he needs Gayatri's help for his social life and they both soon strike a deal. I liked Viraj and how he cared for Gayatri in his own way. Viraj was also very helpful as a person and we got to see that. 

I liked the way Viraj and Gayatri's relationship progresses. First they start off by trying to benefit off of each other. Then they turn into real friends and soon they are falling hard for each other without them realising it. Gayatri and Viraj may look like total opposites from the outside but they were more alike than you may think. Plus they both were actually quite compatible as a couple.

Along with Gayatri and Viraj we also get to see the couples from the previous two books. Nandini and Sneha are two meddling friends but their hearts are always in the right place. I have to admit after seeing the couples I am curious to go back and read the previous books to see how their stories went. Varsha Dixit's writing is truly engaging and well paced. There were a few errors but they were negligible. Another thing to note is that this book has generous dashes of Hindi. Some may not like that but I think it made it authentic for this book. Overall, I enjoyed Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right.

*Note: A copy of this book was provided by Rupa Publications India in exchange for an honest review. We thank them.

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