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About Andaleeb Wajid
Andaleeb Wajid is a Bangalore-based hybrid author. She writes in genres such as romance, horror and YA. She has published 40 novels in 14 years.
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Disabled, unmarriageable, a burden - Ghazal Ahmed is tired of the tags she's lived with all her life. Her parents want her married and off their hands. She wants peace in their estranged family and a life of her own, one that involves her work and dare she hope, someone who loves her?
Divorced, bitter, angry - Hamdaan Ali wants nothing to do with love and marriage. But he's willing to sacrifice himself for his family's happiness. Until he realises his sacrifice might just be his redemption. Will Ghazal be able to heal Hamdaan's battered heart?
Can Hamdaan forget the pain of his past and love Ghazal the way she's always hoped for and truly deserves?
Only You is the 5th book in the Destination Wedding Series.
Praise for Only You -
"Andaleeb Wajid's books are perfect staycation reads. When I first read the Destination Wedding series, I was hoping Ghazal gets her own book. And she did! "
Bijal Vachharajani - Author, A Cloud Called Bhura
"This book is everything I love about Andaleeb Wajid's writing. It's sweet, heartwarming, real and wonderfully bursting with love."
Shilpa Suraj - Author, Love, Marriage and Other Disasters
"A feisty heroine, love, misunderstandings, jealousy and all the myriad complexities that go with it, Andaleeb Wajid's Only You! is a humdinger of a romance that will warm your heart and soul."
Kiran Manral - author The Kitty Party Murder
"A girl named Ghazal, who hides her insecurities behind her lovely smile. A man named Hamdaan who is battling the demons inside his head. Andaleeb Wajid brings these two interesting characters together and spins an engaging tale to show how love conquers all."
Sheila Kumar - author of No Strings Attached and Our Start-up Affair.
"Only You is my favourite book in the Destination Weddings series! It is loaded with warmth, humour, angst and Andaleeb’s special brand of toe-tingling romance."
Apeksha Rao - Author, Along Came a Spyder
"Andaleeb Wajid's 'Only You' - the 5th in the Destination Wedding Series is everything a love story should be - endearing, joyous, very real and honest to the core. I love the fact that she has created characters and situations that are very down-to-earth and extremely relatable, with their own quirks and foibles. The protagonist of the story, Ghazal, is one of the strongest female characters Andaleeb has created - not letting a physical disability quell her quest for true love, standing up for herself and her loved ones when the situation demands and loving with all her heart and soul. This one will warm the cockles of your heart and make you believe that love, truly, will find a way!"
Namrata Bhagtani - Editor, Momspresso
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Of these four woman, one is merely 15, already married and pregnant, but doesn't want the child. The second has been married for 3 years but hasn't conceived yet. The third is in love with someone who is not her husband and is scared to break free from the shackles of marriage. And the fourth is sick of managing her home, son and mother-in-law all by herself, while her husband lives and works in Dubai.
All the stories blend seamlessly. The conceptualization is brilliant and the narrative us beautiful. this engrossing tale of the lives of four ordinary women will surely invoke myriad feelings in the reader.
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Hamza Ali has learnt a valuable lesson from his twin brother's disastrous first marriage: Love is not enough.
Determined to have an arranged marriage, he is soon to be engaged to Mahrukh, the 'ideal wife' his parents have found for him. And yet, it is not Mahrukh who stirs his heart and scrambles his brain. It's her aunt, Noorain.
Divorced, independent and happy, Noorain Alam wants nothing to do with men. Until the day she meets her niece's fiance...
Hamza realises that there is no ideal wife... only an ideal woman. His ideal woman. And it is Noorain...
Their love is forbidden. Their love is wrong. Their love is impossible. And yet, their love is everything.
Hamza and Noorain are about to find out the answer to an age old question.
Is love enough?
Pretty, self-absorbed, self-proclaimed princess of her father’s world, Naima Ali is having the wedding of her dreams. A destination wedding, a handsome successful fiancé, a trousseau that any girl would kill to have and a father who indulgently lets her have her way – what more could a girl want?
Turns out, Naima Ali’s heart wants what she cannot have. Uzair Ahmed.
From childhood friend to her father’s assistant, Uzair has seen several ups and downs in his life. He’s been working hard for Naima’s father, making life for everyone easy and even organising the dream wedding in Maldives. All the while, quietly ignoring the way his heart skips a beat whenever he sees Naima. She’s the bride. She’s getting married in a month. And he’s organising it. He can’t possibly be in love with her.
Tell that to his heart.
It Was Always You, is a new romance by Andaleeb Wajid, author of the acclaimed More than Just Biryani, The Crunch Factor, House of Screams and the Jasmine Villa Trilogy and several more books.
And then the world went into lockdown in 2020 and that one night is nothing but a distant memory, both treasured and reviled.
When the world finally opens again, a writer checks into Hotel Moonshine. Nayantara is unable to write her dream book just as she’s unable to forget the man who’d inspired it. She hopes Moonshine and its surly owner will help with her writer’s block. But while the words are flowing, Dhruv is only moving further away from her.
Will Nayantara and Dhruv be able to move past their misunderstandings to find the magic beneath? Or is their story destined never to be more than an evening that neither of them can forget?
Coming Home is a standalone novella that was earlier published as a part of an anthology Something Old, Something New.
Kimmy knew of Khalil's crush on her in college but she dismissed it and went her own way, getting married, having a baby and getting divorced as well. She's taken aback to see him all these years later, a handsome and successful entrepreneur and she finds her heart fluttering every time she lifts her camera to focus on his face.
There isn't any chance for the two of them to reunite but when the wedding is cancelled, their paths cross once more and sparks fly. Can Kimmy and Khalil put aside their differences and make a life together? Here's to second chance romances, old college crushes and reigniting old flames!
Remembering You is the second book in the Destination Weddings series, written by Andaleeb Wajid, author of More than Just Biryani, House of Screams, The Crunch Factor, A Sweet Deal and Jasmine Villa series.
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Now, Irshad is a doctor and lives in Mumbai. Farida is thrilled to reconnect with him, but is disappointed when she learns that he's engaged to another woman. But as Irshad and Farida meet and reminisce, it becomes hard to deny their deep bond. As things get more complicated between Farida, Irshad and his fiancée, Shagufta, Farida must find a way to deal with all the drama in her life.
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Thankfully, Priya finds moral support in the fact that her friends Farida, Mini and Namrata are approaching the three-O milestone too. Free-spirited Farida, shy Namrata, feisty Mini and Priya are brought together by family drama, boy trouble, and the fast-approaching birthdays. As they navigate love and friendships, they realize there's a difference between growing up and growing old . . .
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Five years earlier, a friend's nasty comment makes Ananya start hating her body. She decides to change into a new person-one who effortlessly fits into all kinds of clothes, who shuns food unless it's salad, and who can never be called 'Miss Piggy'-and to cut everything from her 'old' life, including her best friend, Raghu, for being the witness to her humiliation.
Ananya is on her way to becoming the Ananya of her dreams, but she's still a work in progress.
One day, her parents announce that they're expecting a baby (at their age!). To make matters worse, Raghu reappears in her life ...
Andaleeb Wajid's latest novel for young adults is a touching and funny story about a young girl's journey to acceptance and self-love.