The Trouble with Hating You by Sajni Patel

The Trouble with Hating You is the debut novel of Sajni Patel. The book is a  laugh-out-loud debut about first impressions, second chances, and finding your soulmate in the most unexpected place. It hit the shelves in June 2020.

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Liya Thakkar refuses to play by the rules. An Indian-American, MBA-toting biochemical engineer, Liya has always fought against the role of women in her culture. If there’s one thing she knows, it’s that she will never, ever be a docile Indian housewife. So when a visit to her parents’ house ends up being an ambush with a probable suitor, Liya bolts. Catching sight of his ‘date’ sneaking out the back door, Jayesh Shah is shocked and angry–mostly on behalf of his mother, who is taking the failed meeting personally. But then Jay is relieved, he’s heard rumors about Liya… and she definitely doesn’t seem like the type of woman who wants to get married.

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Liya and Jay would love to pretend the other doesn’t exist, but Jay happens to be the new hotshot lawyer hired to rejuvenate Liya’s failing company. Try as they might, they can’t avoid one another for long. Liya thinks Jay is domineering and cocky, Jay thinks Liya is unpredictable and cold. But the more time they’re forced to spend together, the more these assumptions are stripped away. Will Liya’s fear of losing her independence mean turning her back on true love?

About the Author

Sajni Patel was born in vibrant India and raised in the heart of Texas, surrounded by a lot of delicious food and plenty of diversity. She draws on her personal experiences, cultural expectations, and Southern flair to create worlds that center on strong Indian women. Once an MMA fighter, she’s now all about puppies and rainbows and tortured love stories. She currently lives in Austin where she not-so-secretly watches Matthew McConaughey from afar during UT football games. Queso is her weakness and thanks to her family’s cooking, Indian/Tex-Mex cuisine is a real thing. She’s a die-hard Marvel Comics fan, a lover of chocolates from around the world, and is always wrapped up in a story.

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