Lets have coffee PDF ☆ Lets have eBook ë

Lets have coffee PDF ☆ Lets have eBook ë


Lets have coffee [Reading] ➮ Lets have coffee ➶ Parul A. Mittal – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Working as an assistant wedding planner at an ex boyfriend’s wedding Meha encounters the delectably handsome wedding photographer Samir Conceited and a flirt Samir reveals that the bride happens to Working as an assistant wedding planner at an ex boyfriend’s wedding Meha encounters the delectably handsome wedding photographer Samir Conceited and a flirt Samir reveals that the bride happens to be his ex But when Meha finds out that Samir is using their relationship only as experiential material for his novel she leads him to believe that he means nothing to her Their chapter closes But life has other plans for Meha Five years later she finds herself Lets have eBook ë in an online reality show living in with the same Samir and trying to understand the true meaning of love Will she find the forever wala love in a world where relationships can be as brief as the messages we send each other and where we are spoilt for choices whether it’s the screensaver on our phone or the flavours of a condom An interesting take on relationships in our times Let’s Have Coffee is funny and witty warm and wonderfully realistic story of two very different people who fall in love.


10 thoughts on “Lets have coffee

  1. Surabhi Sharma Surabhi Sharma says:

    35Do you believe in uick and fun relationships or in a foreverwala love? In the age of uick messaging and dating apps do you expect to find someone who believes in long lasting relationships? Let’s have Coffee by Parul A Mittal is a story of new age and big city lovers juggling many lives simultaneouslyRecommended for romance readers The story is like crunchy wafer wrapped in a chocolate The author draws an interesting sketch of the life of the lovers of a new age She tries to untangle love and relationships in today’s digital world It’s witty and romantic I find it little filmy The story has lots of drama you find in Bollywood romantic movie Let’s have Coffee is a sexy storyhttpsthereviewauthorcom


  2. Ammie (Ammie& Ammie (Ammie& says:

    Thanks to Rupa Publications for the Review copyCover Rating Book Rating Are you a hopeless romantic like me? Do You believe in love? Do you believe that love can find its way anytimeanywhere? Do you believe in second chances? If Yes then this book is definitely for you And oh my did I loved this book It was so cute sweet and heartwarmingIn 'Let's Have Coffee' author 'Parul A Mittal' brings us a new age romance full of love hope and second chancesOnce I started reading this one I was unable to put it down I finished this book in a single sitting The plot isn't that uniue or something it's just a mere romance but the thing is that I felt everything I read I was able to connect to the characters and the storyline which encouraged me to read and read and keep readingThe story introduces the readers to Meha an assistant wedding planner who is organising her ex's wedding I mean can you imagine yourself planning your ex's wedding? I definitely couldn't I would have strangled the guy but this is not about me so let's proceed with the plot lol wink On that wedding she meets Samir a wedding photographer and the thing is that Samir's ex is the bride who is marrying Meha's ex duh so cliche Samir is your regular flirt and the innocent flirting marks the beginning of Meha and Samir's relationship but everything changes when Meha finds out that Samir is using her that he is just using their relationship as an experiment for his novel Left heartbroken she makes Samir believe that she is using him too and he means nothing to her in order to hurt him in the same way he hurt her same old tit for tat and their chapter closesBut this is not the end The story takes a time leap and we are taken 5 years ahead where Meha and Samir are brought together by an online reality show where they have to live togetherKEEP READING Follow me onBlog


  3. Sarmistha Sarmistha says:

    A refreshing read in an unusual setup which has a healthy amount of friendship love heartbreaks superstitionweddings and humor Meha an assistant wedding planner meets Samir a freelance photographer at the wedding of their respective ex es at GoaBoth feel the strong darts of attractionThey feel an instant connectionBut things take an ugly turn when Meha discover that Samir is using their experiences for his writing projectFeeling betrayed she abandons him and put a stop to the whole thingBut five years later they again face each other in a strange situationWill the dead old flame reignite or they will again become strangers? Read the book to find all your answers The author has finely projected the trends of today's relationshiplove friendship and work relation through her workShe has kept the language simple with a healthy mix of Bollywood songs which suits the situationThe characters are well developed and greatly complement the storyThe plot beautifully brings out the fine flaws of human relationships which often escapes the eye The readers can easily connect to the central characters Meha a creativeStraight forward not so perfect bookish girl who believes in forever love and smartcaring and witty Samir who wants to experience love in small momentsThey are two different entities but yet share an inexplicable bondThe climax was uite predictableI liked the beautiful cover and the story well justified the title Certain things that didn't go well with me are few subplots reuire detailingAt times the central protagonists seems too good to be trueThere are lots of twists and turns which sometimes threatened to throttle the life of the story I would recommend it to everyone who love reading romantic stories I want to thank the publisher for the review copy in exchange of honest review


  4. Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws says:

    Meha and Samir meet at a wedding; a wedding of their exes Meha finds herself attracted to Samir only to find out that he has a motive behind indulging her So they part ways only to meet again after a few years for an online project Meha is looking for her happily ever after in an age when people change their partners faster than android updates on their phones Will she ever find it?I have to admit that it took me uite some time to get over the way the protagonists meet It is hard to believe that both the bride and groom has their exes deeply involved in their wedding Then again few years down the line Meha and Samir find themselves involved in the same project Coincidence much? It just threw me off balance Once I managed to put that behind me the romance played out uite well There was some chemistry between the protagonists that made the whole journey bit interesting Read the full review on Bookish Indulgences with b00k r3vi3ws


  5. Shreya Vaid Shreya Vaid says:

    I am not a big fan of love stories somehow they all seem fake to me because I am unable to find a single element that may be connected to the real life of a person I recently read another love story Let's Have Coffee by Parul A Mittal and it was as belowThe story of Let's Have Coffee revolves around Meha who is working as an assistant wedding planner at an ex boyfriend's wedding She encounters a dashing handsome man Samir who is the wedding photographer and coincidently is attending his ex's wedding too Meha and Samir's instant connection of fate of ending up at each other's ex wedding sparks a relationship between them One day Meha realizes that Samir is using their relationship as a research ticket for his upcoming novel and Meha leads him to believe that Samir means nothing to her and their chapter is over But will Meha find the forever love that we have always read in Mills Boons? Will her relationship be always a brief as text messages we send to each other these days?Now coming back to the book I did not like it The reason can be explained simply in the first part of this review Did the summary of the plot make any sense to you? Do we still invite our ex's to our wedding let alone attend theirs? Let's Have Coffee did capture the Millennial side of love but then when I was reading it and I am a millennial just for the record the whole time my mind was like Are you kidding me? Things really happen like that? Or maybe I am one of those boring millennial who hasn't come across such experiences All in all this book was not my cup of tea It can be a uick metro read or a beginner's guide to reading novels but I will not recommend this to anyone 


  6. Sonal Bansal Sonal Bansal says:

    'Lets have coffee' is like a breath of fresh air Superbly written extremely engrossing and depicts today's gen X pulseThis is one of the best books I have read lately Once you start reading you can't put it down The story line is very simple yet extremely engaging All the characters fit in so well It's not the typical romantic novel The one liners are amazing The usage of Hindi songs every now and then is extremely uniue Reading this book makes me feel the pulse of the gen X Highly recommend


  7. Shriya Dasgupta Shriya Dasgupta says:

    The book Let’s Have Coffee like coffee is a bitter sweet tale of two millenials trying to find the true meaning of love When wedding designer Meha meets the extremely hot photographer Samir at both their ex’s wedding she instantly falls for him Samir reciprocates by giving her attention and Meha ends up thinking that she has finally found her ‘foreverwala love’ only to learn one morning that Samir has been using all these experiences to write his book Dejected and feeling used Meha leaves instantly leaving a note asking Samir not to contact herWhat is significant here is the difference in the definition of love to Samir and Meha which brings diversity While Meha wants a permanent someone to hold on to Samir doesn’t believe in forevers and love to him means having funThe novel has shared the message of body positivity through a plump Meha unlike most breathtakingly beautiful female protagonists in romantic novelsThe entire novel is replete with tongue in cheek humour with Bollywood songs playing in Meha’s head suiting the situationSamir and Meha meets five years later when Meha is hired as the designer for a surprise arranged by Samir’s current girlfriend to propose him Samir refuses to commit The island is struck by a tsunami and they somehow escape Meha and Samir togetherIn a twist of fate Samir and Meha register for an online reality show as live in partners so that Meha can pay off her debt When they gradually start to get to know each other and the readers begin to think that it’s now time for a happy ending Meha learns that Samir has again used all their experiences in his new book Let’s Have Coffee Feeling violated and disgusted Meha breaks up with him But will the wind and cloud never meet?Written in easy lucid language this book is a nice uick and light read Pompous weddings love breakups dramaentertainment it has all the ingredients for a perfect Bollywood masala movie


  8. Abhilash Ruhela Abhilash Ruhela says:

    There are few authors whom you have seen progressing in the field of writing since their 1st book itself Parul A Mittal is one such author whom I am following since her first book itself I am just done reading her latest book “Let’s Have Coffee” By the name it sounds as if the book is very casual in terms of story but I must say the story has enough ingredients to keep you interested Parul’s writing style is still very friendly that makes it easy for readers to understand the pace of the story and thus complete reading the book in a single sitting itself The writing style of Parul is very natural and you can feel the ease with which she pens down her stories The book starts describing how two individuals meet in a wedding where surprisingly their respective ex es are getting married to each other This is uite undigestible but the authoress takes the plot ahead in a very interesting manner where these two individuals start showing interest in each other ie Meha and Samir Later on Meha comes to know that Samir has been using her for his own writing project and her heart breaks Co incidentally both of them meet each other again after years in a wedding The story is totally Bollywood ish and anyone who loves Hindi films’ drama will love this book The book is edited very well without overly describing small incidents or segments Authoress has kept her story focused on the characters and maintained the same very well Talking about the drawbacks of the story I would say that it’s uite predictable and to make the story sound very fancy authoress has written some parts which are hard to related with reality But overall the book is a nice read which you will enjoy once for sure I give this book 3 out of 5 ThanksABHILASH RUHELA


  9. Mhonchumi Kikon Mhonchumi Kikon says:

    Parul Mittal’s Novel ‘Let’s Have Coffee' recounts the story of a girl named Meha who is a wedding planner and as fate could have it she was called to assist her ex boyfriend’s wedding While prepping up for her ex’s big day she encountered Samir introduced to us as a flirty and snobbish wedding photographer who coincidentally happened to be the bride’s ex boyfriend Talk about major co incidence?Spark flew and later a fling follows until Meha finds out how Samir was using their relationship as an experiment to write his novel this irks Meha and she had to leave Samir without his noticeFast forward to five years Fate played its role again and brings both of them together But this time it was when Meha was helping Soniya plan for her grand proposal to Samir yes that’s exactly what I was talking about Soniya happened to be Samir’s girlfriend and as the big day approached it did not go as planned everything was ruined and Samir realized he still has a thing for Meha Soniya made Meha pay for all the expenses of the entire event especially for the expensive engagement ring that went missing The only way to pay back the amount of money at the shortest span of time was to take part in a reality show where one has go as a couple Meha seek for Samir’s favor as he was the reason for all the dramas During the phase of the show both ‘once upon a time lovers’ tries to understand the meaning of love as they fake their relationship for the showWill the spark light again? Will the 2nd time be lucky for Meha in finding her 'forever wala' love? You will have to grab a copy of “Let’s have Coffee’ to find out In the meantime you can read my take on the bookRead the full review on my blog post


  10. Privy Trifles Privy Trifles says:

    With an eye catching cover and a uirky blurb author Parul Mittal manages to grab your attention in the blink of an eye The book Let's have Coffee is the story of two millennials Meha and Samir who are confused about everything from what to wear to what to eat to what do they want from life and relationshipsThey both meet at the wedding of the exes where they both are working Meha as the wedding planning and Samir at the wedding photographer While you warm up to the whole basis of their first meeting you also notice that they are attracted to each other Making it through various ups and downs filled with misunderstandings arguments ego battles and most importantly confusion whether this is the forever wala love they finally get their happily ever after in the endRead the full review on my blog


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10 thoughts on “Lets have coffee

  1. Surabhi Sharma Surabhi Sharma says:

    35Do you believe in uick and fun relationships or in a foreverwala love? In the age of uick messaging and dating apps do you expect to find someone who believes in long lasting relationships? Let’s have Coffee by Parul A Mittal is a story of new age and big city lovers juggling many lives simultaneouslyRecommended for romance readers The story is like crunchy wafer wrapped in a chocolate The author draws an interesting sketch of the life of the lovers of a new age She tries to untangle love and relationships in today’s digital world It’s witty and romantic I find it little filmy The story has lots of drama you find in Bollywood romantic movie Let’s have Coffee is a sexy storyhttpsthereviewauthorcom

  2. Ammie (Ammie& Ammie (Ammie& says:

    Thanks to Rupa Publications for the Review copyCover Rating Book Rating Are you a hopeless romantic like me? Do You believe in love? Do you believe that love can find its way anytimeanywhere? Do you believe in second chances? If Yes then this book is definitely for you And oh my did I loved this book It was so cute sweet and heartwarmingIn 'Let's Have Coffee' author 'Parul A Mittal' brings us a new age romance full of love hope and second chancesOnce I started reading this one I was unable to put it down I finished this book in a single sitting The plot isn't that uniue or something it's just a mere romance but the thing is that I felt everything I read I was able to connect to the characters and the storyline which encouraged me to read and read and keep readingThe story introduces the readers to Meha an assistant wedding planner who is organising her ex's wedding I mean can you imagine yourself planning your ex's wedding? I definitely couldn't I would have strangled the guy but this is not about me so let's proceed with the plot lol wink On that wedding she meets Samir a wedding photographer and the thing is that Samir's ex is the bride who is marrying Meha's ex duh so cliche Samir is your regular flirt and the innocent flirting marks the beginning of Meha and Samir's relationship but everything changes when Meha finds out that Samir is using her that he is just using their relationship as an experiment for his novel Left heartbroken she makes Samir believe that she is using him too and he means nothing to her in order to hurt him in the same way he hurt her same old tit for tat and their chapter closesBut this is not the end The story takes a time leap and we are taken 5 years ahead where Meha and Samir are brought together by an online reality show where they have to live togetherKEEP READING Follow me onBlog

  3. Sarmistha Sarmistha says:

    A refreshing read in an unusual setup which has a healthy amount of friendship love heartbreaks superstitionweddings and humor Meha an assistant wedding planner meets Samir a freelance photographer at the wedding of their respective ex es at GoaBoth feel the strong darts of attractionThey feel an instant connectionBut things take an ugly turn when Meha discover that Samir is using their experiences for his writing projectFeeling betrayed she abandons him and put a stop to the whole thingBut five years later they again face each other in a strange situationWill the dead old flame reignite or they will again become strangers? Read the book to find all your answers The author has finely projected the trends of today's relationshiplove friendship and work relation through her workShe has kept the language simple with a healthy mix of Bollywood songs which suits the situationThe characters are well developed and greatly complement the storyThe plot beautifully brings out the fine flaws of human relationships which often escapes the eye The readers can easily connect to the central characters Meha a creativeStraight forward not so perfect bookish girl who believes in forever love and smartcaring and witty Samir who wants to experience love in small momentsThey are two different entities but yet share an inexplicable bondThe climax was uite predictableI liked the beautiful cover and the story well justified the title Certain things that didn't go well with me are few subplots reuire detailingAt times the central protagonists seems too good to be trueThere are lots of twists and turns which sometimes threatened to throttle the life of the story I would recommend it to everyone who love reading romantic stories I want to thank the publisher for the review copy in exchange of honest review

  4. Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws Bookish Indulgenges with b00k r3vi3ws says:

    Meha and Samir meet at a wedding; a wedding of their exes Meha finds herself attracted to Samir only to find out that he has a motive behind indulging her So they part ways only to meet again after a few years for an online project Meha is looking for her happily ever after in an age when people change their partners faster than android updates on their phones Will she ever find it?I have to admit that it took me uite some time to get over the way the protagonists meet It is hard to believe that both the bride and groom has their exes deeply involved in their wedding Then again few years down the line Meha and Samir find themselves involved in the same project Coincidence much? It just threw me off balance Once I managed to put that behind me the romance played out uite well There was some chemistry between the protagonists that made the whole journey bit interesting Read the full review on Bookish Indulgences with b00k r3vi3ws

  5. Shreya Vaid Shreya Vaid says:

    I am not a big fan of love stories somehow they all seem fake to me because I am unable to find a single element that may be connected to the real life of a person I recently read another love story Let's Have Coffee by Parul A Mittal and it was as belowThe story of Let's Have Coffee revolves around Meha who is working as an assistant wedding planner at an ex boyfriend's wedding She encounters a dashing handsome man Samir who is the wedding photographer and coincidently is attending his ex's wedding too Meha and Samir's instant connection of fate of ending up at each other's ex wedding sparks a relationship between them One day Meha realizes that Samir is using their relationship as a research ticket for his upcoming novel and Meha leads him to believe that Samir means nothing to her and their chapter is over But will Meha find the forever love that we have always read in Mills Boons? Will her relationship be always a brief as text messages we send to each other these days?Now coming back to the book I did not like it The reason can be explained simply in the first part of this review Did the summary of the plot make any sense to you? Do we still invite our ex's to our wedding let alone attend theirs? Let's Have Coffee did capture the Millennial side of love but then when I was reading it and I am a millennial just for the record the whole time my mind was like Are you kidding me? Things really happen like that? Or maybe I am one of those boring millennial who hasn't come across such experiences All in all this book was not my cup of tea It can be a uick metro read or a beginner's guide to reading novels but I will not recommend this to anyone 

  6. Sonal Bansal Sonal Bansal says:

    'Lets have coffee' is like a breath of fresh air Superbly written extremely engrossing and depicts today's gen X pulseThis is one of the best books I have read lately Once you start reading you can't put it down The story line is very simple yet extremely engaging All the characters fit in so well It's not the typical romantic novel The one liners are amazing The usage of Hindi songs every now and then is extremely uniue Reading this book makes me feel the pulse of the gen X Highly recommend

  7. Shriya Dasgupta Shriya Dasgupta says:

    The book Let’s Have Coffee like coffee is a bitter sweet tale of two millenials trying to find the true meaning of love When wedding designer Meha meets the extremely hot photographer Samir at both their ex’s wedding she instantly falls for him Samir reciprocates by giving her attention and Meha ends up thinking that she has finally found her ‘foreverwala love’ only to learn one morning that Samir has been using all these experiences to write his book Dejected and feeling used Meha leaves instantly leaving a note asking Samir not to contact herWhat is significant here is the difference in the definition of love to Samir and Meha which brings diversity While Meha wants a permanent someone to hold on to Samir doesn’t believe in forevers and love to him means having funThe novel has shared the message of body positivity through a plump Meha unlike most breathtakingly beautiful female protagonists in romantic novelsThe entire novel is replete with tongue in cheek humour with Bollywood songs playing in Meha’s head suiting the situationSamir and Meha meets five years later when Meha is hired as the designer for a surprise arranged by Samir’s current girlfriend to propose him Samir refuses to commit The island is struck by a tsunami and they somehow escape Meha and Samir togetherIn a twist of fate Samir and Meha register for an online reality show as live in partners so that Meha can pay off her debt When they gradually start to get to know each other and the readers begin to think that it’s now time for a happy ending Meha learns that Samir has again used all their experiences in his new book Let’s Have Coffee Feeling violated and disgusted Meha breaks up with him But will the wind and cloud never meet?Written in easy lucid language this book is a nice uick and light read Pompous weddings love breakups dramaentertainment it has all the ingredients for a perfect Bollywood masala movie

  8. Abhilash Ruhela Abhilash Ruhela says:

    There are few authors whom you have seen progressing in the field of writing since their 1st book itself Parul A Mittal is one such author whom I am following since her first book itself I am just done reading her latest book “Let’s Have Coffee” By the name it sounds as if the book is very casual in terms of story but I must say the story has enough ingredients to keep you interested Parul’s writing style is still very friendly that makes it easy for readers to understand the pace of the story and thus complete reading the book in a single sitting itself The writing style of Parul is very natural and you can feel the ease with which she pens down her stories The book starts describing how two individuals meet in a wedding where surprisingly their respective ex es are getting married to each other This is uite undigestible but the authoress takes the plot ahead in a very interesting manner where these two individuals start showing interest in each other ie Meha and Samir Later on Meha comes to know that Samir has been using her for his own writing project and her heart breaks Co incidentally both of them meet each other again after years in a wedding The story is totally Bollywood ish and anyone who loves Hindi films’ drama will love this book The book is edited very well without overly describing small incidents or segments Authoress has kept her story focused on the characters and maintained the same very well Talking about the drawbacks of the story I would say that it’s uite predictable and to make the story sound very fancy authoress has written some parts which are hard to related with reality But overall the book is a nice read which you will enjoy once for sure I give this book 3 out of 5 ThanksABHILASH RUHELA

  9. Mhonchumi Kikon Mhonchumi Kikon says:

    Parul Mittal’s Novel ‘Let’s Have Coffee' recounts the story of a girl named Meha who is a wedding planner and as fate could have it she was called to assist her ex boyfriend’s wedding While prepping up for her ex’s big day she encountered Samir introduced to us as a flirty and snobbish wedding photographer who coincidentally happened to be the bride’s ex boyfriend Talk about major co incidence?Spark flew and later a fling follows until Meha finds out how Samir was using their relationship as an experiment to write his novel this irks Meha and she had to leave Samir without his noticeFast forward to five years Fate played its role again and brings both of them together But this time it was when Meha was helping Soniya plan for her grand proposal to Samir yes that’s exactly what I was talking about Soniya happened to be Samir’s girlfriend and as the big day approached it did not go as planned everything was ruined and Samir realized he still has a thing for Meha Soniya made Meha pay for all the expenses of the entire event especially for the expensive engagement ring that went missing The only way to pay back the amount of money at the shortest span of time was to take part in a reality show where one has go as a couple Meha seek for Samir’s favor as he was the reason for all the dramas During the phase of the show both ‘once upon a time lovers’ tries to understand the meaning of love as they fake their relationship for the showWill the spark light again? Will the 2nd time be lucky for Meha in finding her 'forever wala' love? You will have to grab a copy of “Let’s have Coffee’ to find out In the meantime you can read my take on the bookRead the full review on my blog post

  10. Privy Trifles Privy Trifles says:

    With an eye catching cover and a uirky blurb author Parul Mittal manages to grab your attention in the blink of an eye The book Let's have Coffee is the story of two millennials Meha and Samir who are confused about everything from what to wear to what to eat to what do they want from life and relationshipsThey both meet at the wedding of the exes where they both are working Meha as the wedding planning and Samir at the wedding photographer While you warm up to the whole basis of their first meeting you also notice that they are attracted to each other Making it through various ups and downs filled with misunderstandings arguments ego battles and most importantly confusion whether this is the forever wala love they finally get their happily ever after in the endRead the full review on my blog

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