Lucky Every Day

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Penguin Books Limited, Jan 7, 2010 - Fiction - 306 pages
Lately, Lucky's life has seen nothing but trouble. Her marriage to the wealthy and charming Vikram ended badly, and along with it, her career as a successful entrepreneur. It's time for her to start over and Lucky is more than ready to move on. So Lucky goes to New York where her quest to get her life back on track begins with promise. A voluntary assignment as yoga instructor brings her some new and unusual friends, and a chance encounter with her old friend, Amay, makes her realize that a second chance at love might just be possible. And when she finds a job with an old associate, she can't help but think that leaving Bombay was the best decision she ever made. But a series of dramas leaves Lucky feeling betrayed and looking for answers yet again. Her new life may not be everything she thought it was but she soon learns that only she has the power to change her destiny.

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Lucky Everyday tells the story of Lucky, a young woman who appears to have all the good luck life can offer her. But one day her luck begins to change and everything that she worked so hard to achieve ... Read full review

A spiritual journey of reinventing yourself...

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Lucky Everyday an inspiring novel captures the human spirits ability to adjust to challenging twists that life often throws our way. The visual descriptions of East meets West take readers on an ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

A chartered accountant, Bapsy Jain is an entrepreneur and educator, and she divides her time between Singapore, Dubai and Mumbai. Lucky Every Day is her first novel.

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