A charming biography of a re-incarnated goddess. Maya Mehra is a second generation American-Indian in the uber-yuppie, very open minded state of California. She is content being the spoilt brat of her parents -- the fact that both her parents are doctors cements her right to provide for the livelihood of Gucci, Versace and the likes. But the rich are not protected from the AuntiMania. Aunty Dimple and Aunty Gayatri (they deserve the most special mention of all her closely-related Aunties) along with Mummy and Daddy are very worried about her 'roaming about without a companion'.
Imagine the fate of the world when she discovers that she is the re-incarnation of Kali.
The book is a satirical (and funny) anecdote of Maya finding her true dharma and her Greg.
Look out for ticklers in the book
"Maya's sort of the family pet project." Nadia giggled. "We all keep waiting for her to grow up and find herself."
Not to be confused if you are looking for a book with a purpose. This is a total girl entertainer, no brains, and a mills-and-boonish story line.
Cheers you up during a Sunday afternoon cuppa.
Buy this book on Amazon.com
If you live in Seattle, you can also borrow it from the Seattle Public Library. (Thanks Sandeep for the link)