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Pride, Prejudice and Other Flavors Recipe for Persuasion Incense and Sensibility

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Award-winning author Sonali Dev launches a new series about the Rajes, an immigrant Indian family descended from royalty, who have built their lives in San Francisco...

It is a truth universally acknowledged that only in an overachieving Indian American family can a genius daughter be considered a black sheep.

Dr. Trisha Raje is San Francisco’s most acclaimed neurosurgeon. But that’s not enough for the Rajes, her influential immigrant family who’s achieved power by making its own non-negotiable rules:

·       Never trust an outsider

·       Never do anything to jeopardize your brother’s political aspirations

·       And never, ever, defy your family

Trisha is guilty of breaking all three rules. But now she has a chance to redeem herself. So long as she doesn’t repeat old mistakes.

Up-and-coming chef DJ Caine has known people like Trisha before, people who judge him by his rough beginnings and place pedigree above character. He needs the lucrative job the Rajes offer, but he values his pride too much to indulge Trisha’s arrogance. And then he discovers that she’s the only surgeon who can save his sister’s life.

As the two clash, their assumptions crumble like the spun sugar on one of DJ’s stunning desserts. But before a future can be savored there’s a past to be reckoned with...

A family trying to build home in a new land.

A man who has never felt at home anywhere.

And a choice to be made between the two.

 

Review

“A truly wonderful and joyous book.” -- Jasmine Guillory, New York Times bestselling author

“A profound, unique talent, Sonali Dev grabs the reader by the heart.” -- Kristan Higgins, New York Times bestselling author

“Ideal for romantics and foodies alike.” -- Booklist

Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors is a vibrant multicultural feast written with a taste for the true nature of the American stew--not a mush of indecipherable flavors but a celebration of its many ingredients. Sonali Dev is a fresh, unique, and wise voice in women’s fiction.” -- Barbara O’Neal, The Art of Inheriting Secrets  

From the Back Cover

Award-winning author Sonali Dev launches a new series about the Rajes, an immigrant Indian family descended from royalty, who have built their lives in San Francisco . . .

It is a truth universally acknowledged that only in an overachieving Indian American family can a genius daughter be considered a black sheep.

Dr. Trisha Raje is San Francisco’s most acclaimed neurosurgeon. But that’s not enough for the Rajes, her influential immigrant family, who have achieved power by making their own nonnegotiable rules:

-          Never trust an outsider

-          Never do anything to jeopardize your brother’s political aspirations

-          And never, ever defy your family

Trisha is guilty of breaking all three rules. But now she has a chance to redeem herself. So long as she doesn’t repeat her old mistakes.

Up-and-coming chef DJ Caine has known people like Trisha before, people who judge him by his rough beginnings and who place pedigree above character. He needs the lucrative job the Rajes offer him, but he values his pride too much to indulge Trisha’s arrogance. And then he discovers that she’s the only surgeon who can save his sister’s life.

As the two clash, their assumptions crumble like the spun sugar on one of DJ’s stunning desserts. But before they can savor the future, they need to reckon with the past. . . .

A family trying to build a home in a new land.

A man who has never felt at home anywhere.

And a choice to be made between the two.

About the Author

USA Today Bestselling author Sonali Dev writes Bollywood-style love stories that explore issues faced by women around the world. Sonali’s novels have been on Library Journal, NPR, Washington Post, and Kirkus’s Best Books of the year lists. She has won the American Library Association’s award for best romance, the RT Reviewer Choice Award for best contemporary  romance, multiple RT Seals of Excellence, is a RITA® finalist, and has been listed for the Dublin Literary Award. Shelf Awareness calls her “Not only one of the best but one of the bravest romance novelists working today.”

She lives in Chicagoland with her husband, two visiting adult children, and the world’s most perfect dog.

Find more at sonalidev.com.

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Thought Provoking and Timely
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2019
There’s a lot to really like about Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors, there’s Trisha Raje and her delightful, beautiful family and the wonderful aroma of the foods featured on the pages, but, sadly, for me, so much of the story got bogged down by an exceptionally angry... See more
There’s a lot to really like about Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors, there’s Trisha Raje and her delightful, beautiful family and the wonderful aroma of the foods featured on the pages, but, sadly, for me, so much of the story got bogged down by an exceptionally angry hero.

Having never read a book from Sonali Dev before-but knowing her Indian background-I picked up Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors, looking forward to a culturally-rich story that played off one of my favorite novels of all time. Meeting the Raje family was a delight and they met every expectation I had, from the stoic and proper father to the loving grandmother who counted the days between visits from her grandchildren. Dev brought these people to life and I missed them as soon as I closed the book, especially Trisha.

Trisha Raje is one of my favorite characters that I’ve read in the last few months. A brilliant surgeon who may or may not be on the spectrum, she’s justifiably arrogant about her abilities and completely insecure in her interactions with anyone who isn’t related to her by blood. Despite a self-imposed isolation from many family activities after a bad choice on her part years ago that almost destroyed her brother’s political career, she’s dedicated to her family, loves them unconditionally, appreciates good food, and is loyal to a fault. Her passion for medicine and healing pulsates off the page, but it’s her vulnerability outside of the operating room that really resonated with me. Dev wrote her perfectly.

While Trisha wears the role of Darcy in this retelling of Pride and Prejudice (and does so brilliantly), it’s Chef Darcy “DJ” Caine that takes on the poorer, looked down upon persona of Elizabeth Bennett. It’s in DJ that the book loses its ability to entertain and instead becomes a harsh lesson on what it means to be brown or black in today’s America and a severe scolding of the western world in general. While I expected this to a degree, after all it is a retelling of Pride and Prejudice, DJ’s anger and resentment hovers on every page like a dark cloud, making it almost impossible for me, as a reader, to empathize with him. Instead I found myself wanting to skip the pages that he narrated. And, while I own that my response to DJ may reflect my own life experiences, I was more bothered that his anger and resentment stalled out the overall story, both his own journey and his relationship with Trisha. It’s not until the 65% mark that DJ starts to look internally at his own prejudices and, had I not been reviewing, I would have put down the book long before this. Which would have been a shame because once he recognized how he’d misjudged Trisha and started to see his life through different lenses, he became very likable and the book took off.

Overall, I enjoyed Sonali Dev''s writing and her depiction of Indian-American culture. As the daughter of an immigrant, this is something that I can relate to so easily and I look forward to reading more of her work.
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Claire
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Wish I could get the time back
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2019
What a bore this book was. Seriously, it started out interestingly -- I liked that we had a smart (genius!) heroine with an important job and a "mysterious" background trauma that has her estranged from her family. But it went downhill very fast and the characters never... See more
What a bore this book was. Seriously, it started out interestingly -- I liked that we had a smart (genius!) heroine with an important job and a "mysterious" background trauma that has her estranged from her family. But it went downhill very fast and the characters never got any depth -- it read like a story board and it was impossible to connect with any of them. The whole "hired help" thing was beaten to death; it was repeated over and over and over. The romance part of this story just didn''t click and it didn''t help to have those two words repeated endlessly. The chip on DJ''s shoulder was more like a boulder and weighed down any possibility of feeling the "romance."
One other important point: did an editor even look at this book? The similes used are ridiculous, heavy and take one out of the story. Surely a good editor would have done something about this, or at least cut down on the number.
Finally, and probably most importantly, there are too many issues crammed into this one book; it is exhausting to read and felt contrived.
I will not be reading any other works by this author.
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Shannon Maher Arthur
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Pride and Prejudice, and Two Proud, Prejudiced People
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2019
There were moments I liked DJ (or Darcy so you know this is Austen centric) and Trisha but more often and not I found that they were just too into theirselves to be very likeable. And throw in a dose of prejudice on both sides, and I found myself cringing a lot. The story... See more
There were moments I liked DJ (or Darcy so you know this is Austen centric) and Trisha but more often and not I found that they were just too into theirselves to be very likeable. And throw in a dose of prejudice on both sides, and I found myself cringing a lot. The story itself is gut-wrenching emotional--DJ''s sister has a choice of dying by cancer or going blind and she''s a visual artist. DJ needs big jobs to pay for her surgery and Trisha is the surgeon. And of course there''s Ms. Wickham (Julia) who you know is evil by name but the mystery is how is she evil. The plot twists are interesting as each character deals with issues, or rather Issues, arising from family failings. Of course, the problem are "them," not their pride or prejudice. It all works out without therapy. And BTW, there''s the penultimate Darcy/Lizzie scene in modern awkwardness, that just left me feeling awkward for both characters. So the two stars for characters versus a four star for story, I''ve settled on 3 stars. And for the record, I really really missed Austen''s humour; this was so serious about the issues of pride and prejudice, I never got the laughs that made the original so delightful.
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Birty53
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Jane Austin-like Romance
Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2019
Loosely based on Pride and Prejudice, this romance is still a strong story on it’s own. Trisha Raje is a brilliant neurosurgeon who specializes in microsurgery very cutting edge, struggling with her relationships in her Indian family. Emma Caine is an artist who needs... See more
Loosely based on Pride and Prejudice, this romance is still a strong story on it’s own. Trisha Raje is a brilliant neurosurgeon who specializes in microsurgery very cutting edge, struggling with her relationships in her Indian family. Emma Caine is an artist who needs surgery for a tumor but is reluctant to proceed because she will live but go blind. Her brother, D.J., is an exceptional chef. They are Indian-African-British. With role reversals from Austin’s book, Trisha is from the rich, powerful family and D.J. is the less affluent.

The book is richly written with many layers of characters, issues and story lines. It also looks at current concerns for racial relationships in American and the Me, Too movement without getting bogged down in either issue or treating them casually. And the depth of feelings and emotions about family and misunderstandings within relationships is key to this story. My only complaint is the use of similar names for minor yet important characters which made keeping them straight in the reader’s mind, at least in mine, a bit daunting. Overall, a rich and enjoyable read.
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sangsom
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Repetitive and tries to say too much
Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2019
Pride and Prejudice is one of my favorite books, I''m Indian, and I love food. So I thought this would be perfect for me. I was wrong. This book is so repetitive, I wonder if an editor even looked at it. Every encounter between the two main characters looked the same. If I... See more
Pride and Prejudice is one of my favorite books, I''m Indian, and I love food. So I thought this would be perfect for me. I was wrong. This book is so repetitive, I wonder if an editor even looked at it. Every encounter between the two main characters looked the same. If I see the words "hired help" one more time, I will cry. All the characters have a tragic back story, and I mean all. The main characters, their parents, siblings, siblings'' spouses, cousins, pretty much every one. Tiresome. The author does have some moments of good writing, but it gets lost in all the boxes she wants to check off on current issues ( feminism, racism, Me Too).
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Jenna Sue
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Best and most inventive Pride & Prejudice inspired-novel ever
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2019
I absolutely loved this book. I''ve read plenty of P & P retellings - this was more "inspired by" it than a retelling. I literally cried through the last third of the book - not because it was sad, but because I was so invested in the characters that I was moved by their... See more
I absolutely loved this book. I''ve read plenty of P & P retellings - this was more "inspired by" it than a retelling. I literally cried through the last third of the book - not because it was sad, but because I was so invested in the characters that I was moved by their struggles/triumphs. The fun of it comes from setting P & P on its head — Trisha, the main character who is a surgeon, is Mr. Darcy. DJ, the chef she both despises and becomes romantically interested in, is Elizabeth Bennett (but also every bit the hunky hero you''d want in this sort of book). The depth of it comes from the storyline that includes family, cultural expectations, race, guilt and a lot of other issues handled with a deft hand. And the writing is terrific. Highly recommend.
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BJ
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Great play on P & P featuring an upperclass Indian - American fam
Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2020
I admit it, I love Bollywood movies! I also am very picky about Austen variations. Some of them are great, especially if they give reasonable endings for the characters who didn''t get a happily ever after. Rewriting Austen is tricky and hard to do well. Sometimes it''s... See more
I admit it, I love Bollywood movies! I also am very picky about Austen variations. Some of them are great, especially if they give reasonable endings for the characters who didn''t get a happily ever after. Rewriting Austen is tricky and hard to do well. Sometimes it''s irreverent like Clueless and sometimes you get a serious look that mirrors the concepts Austen wrote about like this book and they are very well done. DJ (Darcy James) and Trish flip roles in this telling. Trish is the black sheep of her aristocratic Indian-American family and she is a neurosurgeon. A misunderstanding at the start of her brother''s long planned quest to be governor of California causes the difficulties. The villain is Julia Wickham. But even her beloved brother holds her responsible when he was much older than her and had more life experience. Then we get into a serious look at an Indian-American family trying to assimilate in the country they have chosen. HRH, Trish''s father, was the younger son of an Indian aristocrat who managed to retain their Title and property whlen the British took over. He went to Medical School and married a Bollywood actress. They build a home and life in America. His older brother was a His Royal Highness and he inherited when his older brother was killed in a plane crash that only their daughter survived. He raised both his older and younger brother''s daughters and the cousins are part of an insular family with high expectations.

After her college room mate Julia drugs her brother and tapes it, everyone blames Trish. For 15 years she stays away from her family and buries herself in her work. She resents her family''s obsession for getting her brother elected and suffers at work from never having to learn to get along with anyone other than her family.

DJ has had a totally different experience. His father''s early death cause them to be turned out into the streets. He watches the mother of the man they rent rooms from, his sister and goes to school. Aji teaches him the magic of flavors and when his Mom dies, sells her wedding jewels to send him to Paris for cooking school. He has dark skin and in a scene where Trish wants him to break into the car she left her keys in, he comes close to being shot. Trish lives as if she were white, with all the privilege that provides her, but DJ needs her to do a life saving surgery on his sister. The story progresses through mostly fleshed out characters. We get to know their hopes and fears and grow to understand and love them a little, just like an Austen novel.

As a woman who grew up in the ''60s, I never quite get why everyone defers to HRH, even though that''s the way I grew up. I also had a problem with everyone in the family concentrating some much time and energy to her older brother when all of the kids and cousins are exceptional in their own right. I had a great older brother and he never would have let everything fall on my shoulders and go 15 years without speaking.
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Pride and Prejudice with a Twist
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2021
I enjoyed this modern version of Pride and Prejudice. It''s one of the best I''ve read. It uses the themes, characters, and details from its predecessor to create a new story with the spirit of the original. It is a complete story with themes, characters, and details from... See more
I enjoyed this modern version of Pride and Prejudice. It''s one of the best I''ve read. It uses the themes, characters, and details from its predecessor to create a new story with the spirit of the original. It is a complete story with themes, characters, and details from Pride and Prejudice fitting in seamlessly with an Indian family in modern times. I really enjoyed reading this book and could not put it down. This is a book I will re-read.

Trish Raje is a gifted and dedicated neurosurgeon who carries guilt about something that happened in the past. Her current patient, Emma Caine, is the sister of DJ Caine, a private chef hired by her family to cater a dinner. She meets him after arriving late and barging into the kitchen where he is preparing dessert. She gets to know DJ better as she treats Emma and tries to convince Emma to have surgery to save her life.

She likes DJ but is insecure about her feelings for him. When a former friend reappears, she begins to face her fears and the guilt she carries from the past and starts to let go of what''s holding her back. DJ is attracted to Trisha but is also unsure about her because of what her former friend Julia has said about her. DJ eventually learns the truth about Julia and the Raje family. Trisha and DJ let go of earlier impressions of the other and acknowledge their feelings for each other. They both let go of the past and move forward into the future.
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Book Nut
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Loved!
Reviewed in Canada on May 12, 2021
I loved this book, it was probably the best P&P adaptation I’ve ever read. The flip of the two main characters (the heroine is “Darcy”!) was a wonderful twist and worked so well with the characters and their positions. Everyone was fully realized, and their issues were...See more
I loved this book, it was probably the best P&P adaptation I’ve ever read. The flip of the two main characters (the heroine is “Darcy”!) was a wonderful twist and worked so well with the characters and their positions. Everyone was fully realized, and their issues were genuine. I loved the diversity of the characters, and the richness of their backgrounds. I’ll be honest, I had a hard time getting into it at first. It is slow at first, and the initial meetings for each character are difficult to read at first. Then again, it wasn’t easy to read the same of Austen’s original, no matter how it turns out in the end. That is the name of the book, literally. As well, there was a bit of inconsistency with the characters, as if the writer was figuring out who they were for the first few chapters. It did all balance as it went on, and in spite of the foibles, the struggles of the characters are genuine, and realistic. It all works. (Additional note, I really related to the H, though I couldn’t say exactly what drew me in.) I loved the build up, and the last 25% had me tearing up. I just loved it, loved going along for the ride, and am genuinely looking forward to reading more of the series.
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Suraj
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Boring book
Reviewed in India on October 18, 2019
Book is just so boring..the story line is dragging and does not seem to move at all.. Bought it because I am a big fan of Pride and Prejudice.. This is nowhere close to the original.. The delivery was on time
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Delicious fun
Reviewed in Canada on August 10, 2021
Even though this is the first book in the series, it''s the third one I read, and aside from some minor details, it made zero difference. All three books are delightful, each one just as good as the next. If you''re looking for a fun series to get lost in, this is it.
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Lyrix
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A many-layered story about an Indian an family in America
Reviewed in Germany on February 12, 2020
There are few flat characters in this novel and I liked the story very much. The only flaw I can see is the cover and title, that suggests a comical story, which it is not. But it has got a really good happy end!
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Great fun romantic comedy.
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Fantastic bit of fun!!
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Award-winning author Sonali Dev launches a new series about the Rajes, an immigrant Indian family descended from royalty, who have built their lives in San Francisco...

It is a truth universally acknowledged that only in an overachieving Indian American family can a genius daughter be considered a black sheep.

Dr. Trisha Raje is San Francisco’s most acclaimed neurosurgeon. But that’s not enough for the Rajes, her influential immigrant family who’s achieved power by making its own non-negotiable rules:

·       Never trust an outsider

·       Never do anything to jeopardize your brother’s political aspirations

·       And never, ever, defy your family

Trisha is guilty of breaking all three rules. But now she has a chance to redeem herself. So long as she doesn’t repeat old mistakes.

Up-and-coming chef DJ Caine has known people like Trisha before, people who judge him by his rough beginnings and place pedigree above character. He needs the lucrative job the Rajes offer, but he values his pride too much to indulge Trisha’s arrogance. And then he discovers that she’s the only surgeon who can save his sister’s life.

As the two clash, their assumptions crumble like the spun sugar on one of DJ’s stunning desserts. But before a future can be savored there’s a past to be reckoned with...

A family trying to build home in a new land.

A man who has never felt at home anywhere.

And a choice to be made between the two.

 

Review

“A truly wonderful and joyous book.” -- Jasmine Guillory, New York Times bestselling author

“A profound, unique talent, Sonali Dev grabs the reader by the heart.” -- Kristan Higgins, New York Times bestselling author

“Ideal for romantics and foodies alike.” -- Booklist

Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors is a vibrant multicultural feast written with a taste for the true nature of the American stew--not a mush of indecipherable flavors but a celebration of its many ingredients. Sonali Dev is a fresh, unique, and wise voice in women’s fiction.” -- Barbara O’Neal, The Art of Inheriting Secrets  

From the Back Cover

Award-winning author Sonali Dev launches a new series about the Rajes, an immigrant Indian family descended from royalty, who have built their lives in San Francisco . . .

It is a truth universally acknowledged that only in an overachieving Indian American family can a genius daughter be considered a black sheep.

Dr. Trisha Raje is San Francisco’s most acclaimed neurosurgeon. But that’s not enough for the Rajes, her influential immigrant family, who have achieved power by making their own nonnegotiable rules:

-          Never trust an outsider

-          Never do anything to jeopardize your brother’s political aspirations

-          And never, ever defy your family

Trisha is guilty of breaking all three rules. But now she has a chance to redeem herself. So long as she doesn’t repeat her old mistakes.

Up-and-coming chef DJ Caine has known people like Trisha before, people who judge him by his rough beginnings and who place pedigree above character. He needs the lucrative job the Rajes offer him, but he values his pride too much to indulge Trisha’s arrogance. And then he discovers that she’s the only surgeon who can save his sister’s life.

As the two clash, their assumptions crumble like the spun sugar on one of DJ’s stunning desserts. But before they can savor the future, they need to reckon with the past. . . .

A family trying to build a home in a new land.

A man who has never felt at home anywhere.

And a choice to be made between the two.

About the Author

USA Today Bestselling author Sonali Dev writes Bollywood-style love stories that explore issues faced by women around the world. Sonali’s novels have been on Library Journal, NPR, Washington Post, and Kirkus’s Best Books of the year lists. She has won the American Library Association’s award for best romance, the RT Reviewer Choice Award for best contemporary  romance, multiple RT Seals of Excellence, is a RITA® finalist, and has been listed for the Dublin Literary Award. Shelf Awareness calls her “Not only one of the best but one of the bravest romance novelists working today.”

She lives in Chicagoland with her husband, two visiting adult children, and the world’s most perfect dog.

Find more at sonalidev.com.

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Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors: A Novel (The outlet sale Rajes online Series, 1) online sale

Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors: A Novel (The outlet sale Rajes online Series, 1) online sale

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