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The black sheep of the Chakrapani clan is coming home....

Lasya ‘LJ’ Raghavan is a spectacularly single, unsuccessful playwright with an estranged family, crippling debt, and a dead-end job. 

When the family matriarch, Chandralekha Chakrapani, dies, LJ has to face the family that considers her an epic failure....

Especially her father, who has taken a vow of silence against her; her cousin sister, Ahalya, who blames LJ for destroying her marriage; and Bridezilla Kiki whose wedding has been cancelled. 

Adding to the family drama is Banjeet ‘Ben’ Dewar, her grandmother's lawyer who keeps showing up whenever LJ falls apart. Ben is everything LJ is looking for in a man, except Ahalya is interested in Ben too! 

Can LJ be selfish once more when the last time nearly destroyed her family? More importantly, can LJ’s family forgive her when she is the ‘worst daughter ever’? 

Written in the style of best-selling Indian rom-coms, The Worst Daughter Ever explores love, loss, friendship, family, redemption and forgiveness in a funny, emotional, coming-of-age tale.

©2019 Aarti V Raman - 2019 (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Gripping love story

Good gripping Story. Audio narration could be better leading to a better listening experience. Narration of footnotes is not required.

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Found the narration to be average but the story line kept me hooked. Good read.