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It S The 1970 S In Jalalabad, An Erstwhile Princely State In Pakistan Chandni Is A Self Proclaimed Cynic And Prefers To Be Called C An Orphan Brought Up By Her Domineering Grandmother, A.k.a The Broad, C Is Rebellious, Quick Witted And Stunningly Beautiful.When Taimur, A.k.a Alpha Male, Enters The Closed Universe Of The Haveli, He Is Smitten, But He Ll Never Admit It The Stakes Get Higher When The Father, Who Had So Cruelly Abandoned Her At Birth, Returns And C S Dream Of Reuniting With Him Becomes A Reality But Now She Has To Choose Between Her Father And His Hand Picked Groom On The One Side, And Alpha Male And The Broad On The Other.


10 thoughts on “Haveli

  1. Syl Syl says:

    2.5 starsA chiclit dealing with the angst of a beautiful, affluent 20 year old girl with green eyes, an orphan brought up by her Hitlerish maternal grandmother She has a crush on an older widower, and then meets up with a handsome young, brash guy who rubs her the wrong wayand then her long gone father makes an appearance with another young man and the comedy of suitors starts, with a sinister touch.The first half was much better than the latter half Initially a 4 star material, the boo 2.5 starsA chiclit dealing with the angst of a beautiful, affluent 20 year old girl with green eyes, an orphan br...


  2. Shuchi Kalra Shuchi Kalra says:

    The first thing about Haveli that intrigued me was its setting Pakistan in the 1970s I have never read a book by a Pakistani author and I know little or nothing about the culture next door so I was naturally curious Zeenat describes the era with such flair that none of it seems strange or alien But the high point of the story is the spunky C she is witty, bratty, strong willed, sarcastic but completely lovable I have to admit, I have a thing for raw, roguish heroes too and Taimur fit t The first ...


  3. Reet Singh Reet Singh says:

    I loved this book L.O.V.E.D it I wanted to be the one who had written it Zeenat Mahal, you are so irreverent you have a naughty, cheeky, humorous voice I kept grinning even took my Kindle to work in case I got a minute during out patients, just so I could get back to the sexy sparring between C and Alpha male I didn t get time, sadly, but I did finish it this morning, and couldn t wait to tell you how much...


  4. Maria Maria says:

    A charming little romance which is set in the recent past Pakistan in the seventies, to be precise Chandni has been somewhat over protected by her maternal grandmother in the crumbling haveli palace which is their family s ancestral home They are, as you might have guessed, erstwhile Indo Pak royalty Young, beautiful and extremely well read and educated due to rigorous home tutoring, Chandni longs for the love and affection of the father she has never known He seems, her father, to have b A charming little romance which is set in the recent past Pakistan in the seventies, to be precise Chandni has been somewhat over protected by her maternal grandmother in the crumbling haveli palace which is t...


  5. Roopa Raveendran Menon Roopa Raveendran Menon says:

    Zeenat Mahal s Haveli belongs to its protagonist C, a stunning, sassy 20 year old with a strong mind of her own She has a delicious Scarlet O Hara bite to her that makes her absolutely unforgettable As for Taimur Alpha Male, sigh The reader is clearly left gasping before his smouldering, roguish charm Superb characterization aside, another stand out is Zeenat Mahal s style she uses the stream of consciousness narrative style with such flair and mastery that it takes this book to another l Zeenat Mahal s Haveli belongs to its protagonist C, a stunning, sassy 20 year old with a strong mind of her own She has a delicious Scarlet O Hara bite to her that ma...


  6. Sara Saif Sara Saif says:

    Er What the actual hell I really thought this would be better than The Accidental Fiance LOL, NAH This was worse I ve read some really good books this past month so this feeling of absolute loathing and disgust is something fresh I m relishing it.I had expectations They re making fun of me right now. Reasons why this was mostly shit 1.There is a thing called trying too hard It was insufferably suffering from it This is the crux of the matter Everything, the protagonist, the love i Er What the actual hell I really thought this would be better than The Accidental Fiance LOL, NAH This was worse I ve read some really good books this past month so this feeling of absolute loathing and disgust is something fresh I m relishing it.I had expectations They re making fun of me right now. Reasons why this was mostly shit 1.There is a thing called trying too hard It was insufferably suffering from it This is the crux of the matter Everything, the protagonist, the...


  7. ZOEY ZOEY says:

    This is the second book I ve read by Zeenat Mahal In Haveli which is set in 1971.We are introduced to a twenty year old, green eyed Chandni or as she prefers herself to be called C I hated my name It made me sound like some prostitute from Pakeezah She lives in Gulaab Mahal with her grandmother The Broad Zaitoon Begum, the widow of the last Nawab of Jalalabad who wants to see her become a lady and marry someone respectable I was convinced she was born from Satan s rib She This is the second book I ve read by Zeenat Mahal In Haveli which is set in 1971.We are introduced to a twenty year old, gre...


  8. Nikita (NjKinny& Nikita (NjKinny& says:

    already read and loved The Contract by Zeenat Mahal, I already loved the author s writing style The Contract had a strong and sensual romanceto do with strong feelings that any physical acts and this was what had me loving Zeenat Mahal s style But when I read Haveli, I realized that she has so muchto offer I absolutely loved the romance, the feisty heroine, the struggles that she threw to make the storyappealing and the whole em already read and loved The Contract by Zeenat Mahal, I already loved the author s writing style The Contract had a strong and sensual romanceto do with strong feelings that any physical acts and this...


  9. Lemon Review Lemon Review says:

    Originally posted on The Lemon ReviewLemon Reviewer Lindsey I m always on the lookout for new fiction that pushes the boundaries of what I typically read Recently, I had the opportunity to do just that with Haveli, by Zeenat Mahal Haveli is a novella set in 1970 s Pakistan This intrigued me because a though I love learning about different cultures, I literally know next to nothing about Pakistan and b most romance novels I come across have current, futuristic, or regency...


  10. Nabanita Nabanita says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Haveli is the tale of a twenty year old Pakistani girl, Chandni, born into an Nawabi family Desserted by her father and left by her heart broken mother in the care of her grandmother Zaitoon Begum, the widow of the last Nawab of Jalalabad, she grew up home schooled just as a princess would have With romantic and dreamy notions of the happily every after she fell in love with a man tw...