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When Tulsi first meets Madhav, she is irrevocably drawn to his chiseled good looks and charm. Although wary of his many dalliances and the string of broken hearts left in his wake, she is surprised by the intense desire that Madhav arouses in her. And before long, she forsakes her family, her prospective career, her fiancé - all for the love of this inscrutable man.

But love can be like poison. Years later, Tulsi escapes to the ancient city of Vrindavan, seeking redemption amidst the cries and prayers of its anguished widows. However, when her past catches up with her, old wounds resurface with dramatic consequences.

©2014 K. R. Meera (P)2018 Random House Audio

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One of the best stories I have come across!

Yes, this book is long. Yes, somewhere in the middle of the book, I found it a little monotonous. However, the overall story is as sublime as it gets. I don't want to destroy it for anyone; ergo, suffice to say, that the story is a wonderful progression of the protagonist -- physically, mentally, and emotionally. It's an unparalleled tale of female power, presented in a light hitherto unknown to India.

The narration was perfect for the story, and I have zero complaints about it.