Books by Shunali Shroff

Love in the Time of Affluenza

“He never wants to touch me any longer, Natasha. It’s like he’s impotent or something.”
“That’s not impotence, that’s just what being married is like!”

Raising three beautiful children in her beautiful Bombay home with her aristocratic husband of 15 years – every bit the prince you read about in fairy tales – Natasha has it all. But when her closest friend drops the bombshell that she’s isn’t entirely fulfilled by her family and is having an affair, Natasha begins to ask some difficult questions about her own seemingly perfect life.

Battle Hymn of a Bewildered Mother

As much with life, parenting in the new millennium does not come with an instruction manual. If you happen to be a girl about town, a super successful career woman, a must – live – eachday – as – it – comes kind of person, impending motherhood can be as imposing as a trip to outer space without an oxygen mask.

Welcome to the opposite of everything you know. Shunali Khullar Shroff in Battle Hymn of a Bewildered Mother begins her journey as someone chronically devoid of what is naturally termed as the maternal instinct. 

I devoured this delicious dish in 48 hours. Laughed non-stop, and it made me book a flight to India immediately.

Kevin Kwan, Author of Crazy Rich Asians

Finally an immensely enjoyable story about Mumbai's rich that, like all good stories, rings so true with its adorable and suspiciously familiar characters.

Manu Joseph

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