"LOVE is a haphazard thing that blows like the wind this way and that and then, having found a nook to settle in, quiets down and beats in a heart full of haphazard hope." And so begins the story of Jess, an unapologetic Indian woman in her mid-twenties caught between two careers and the attention of two very different women. Trying to write fiction at Starbucks while pretending to study for her MCATs, Jess balances her relationship with her live-in girlfriend, Anjali, and the a woman whom Jess meets randomly and believes she wholeheartedly loves, Vanessa. It takes betrayal, heartbreak, and a trip halfway around the world for Jess to find herself at the risk of losing all that ever mattered. While the characters in NIGHTS LIKE THIS are rooted in the South Asian LGBT community, their lives and stories, their dramas and heartbreaks are universal. For anyone who has ever loved or been loved, NIGHTS LIKE THIS is a story worth reading.
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|Size: ||1.9 MB|
|Publisher: ||Riverdale Avenue Books|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781626012615 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|