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The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella
“ You don’t always have to know who you are. You don’t have to have big picture, or know where you’re heading. Sometimes its enough just to know what you’re going to do next.”

Synopsis

Slowing down from the current life sometimes it's so much needed to find your self. A rush of adrenaline always pumps you up but the flow of dopamine gives you bliss and opens your soul. Sophie Kinsella, very well played with the identity of every character, somewhere you'll find yourself within all. The plot has well induced all kinds of emotions of humans with lots of twists. The storyline is quite predictable, it's a great weekend read to lighten your mood with sweet laughs. It has a flimsy tone, but one will crave to know more.

Review

The portrait of a very high profile lawyer named Samantha Sweeting. Always rushing for her work she thrives in an adrenaline rush. Getting a partnership in her firm is her only goal and mission. She has no family life, not even her leisure life.
But, on the day, one deadly mistake. And she fell on the grounds of nowhere. Accidentally, landed as an interviewee for a housekeeper. Later, headed into that job with no ides of housekeeping issues. Samantha doesn't know how to turn on the oven, let alone run a household. Then, like her other legal issues, she struggled hard to resolve this one also. Start loving her new way of living, found new love and affection. I like the transition, where Samantha's life immersed by her job as a lawyer and how she fondles life as Trish and Eddie's housekeeper and being part of village life Nathaniel. I loved seeing Samantha growing closer to her surroundings. Iris's cooking lessons with Samantha was hilarious. Iris also gave her apt life advice which was quite intelligent.
But, storms of past, keeps haunting her, and one day it stands straight infant of her, caller her back.

FIND IT!! What’s the story which starts from contracts and ends at cookery books.

My Ratings: ***/5

The Undomestic Goddess