"One devoted, modern woman + one meddlesome, traditional grandmother = a heartwarming, multicultural romantic comedy about finding love where you least expect it. Raina Anand may have finally given in to family pressure and agreed to let her grandmother play matchmaker, but that doesn't mean she has to like it--or that she has to play by the rules. Nani always took Raina's side when she tried to push past the traditional expectations of their tight-knit Indian-immigrant community, but now she's ambushing Raina with a list of suitable bachelors. Is it too much to ask for a little space? Besides, what Nani doesn't know won't hurt her ... As Raina's life spirals into a parade of Nani-approved bachelors and disastrous blind dates, she must find a way out of this modern-day arranged-marriage trap without shattering her beloved grandmother's dreams." -- Page  of cover.
Dating (Social customs) -- Fiction.
Grandmothers -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Women, East Indian -- Canada -- Fiction.