Sometimes first love is better the second time around.
Maya Rao has made her own dreams come true: sheA??s the owner of a bustling cafA© and bakery in New York and the mother of a beautiful teenage daughter, Samantha. But when Samantha lands in legal trouble over a misdemeanor she didnA??t commit, Maya is desperate. Desperate enough to call SamanthaA??s dad, Sam Hutcherson, whom Maya left abruptly many years ago, and who is now a successful lawyer. The problem? Sam doesnA??t know he has a daughter.
Sam has put Maya firmly in his past, despite how shattered he was when she broke his heart. So heA??s both dumbfounded and furious to find Maya outside his office asking for his helpA??with a picture of a girl who looks just like him. But as Sam reconnects with Maya, those old sparks begin to fly. Can he even picture a future with the woman who wrecked his past?
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"Single mother Maya Rao seems even more real, thanks to narrator Soneela Nankani's lilting Indian accent with its subtle British flavor. Maya's second-chance love story emerges through flashbacks between the years 1996 and 2012. Her youthful romance with law student Sam Hutcherson resulted in a child, who is revealed to Sam 16 years later. Nankani narrates alternating chapters from Maya and Sam. Well-differentiated characters include Maya, Sam, and Sam's strong-willed mother. Sam speaks with an American accent, and his mother with a definitive Indian accent. As Sam and Maya reconnect in New York City, past misunderstandings are unraveled through Nankani's measured storytelling. Nankani mirrors Maya's trepidation and Sam's consternation in Shroff's clean romance whose simple premise owes its charm to details of Indian-American food and culture. C.A. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine"
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