Praise

Imaginary Men earned a 4-1/2 Star, Top Pick Rating from Romantic Times Book Club Magazine and this review: “Banerjee succeeds on all counts in this beautiful story.”

“I loved Imaginary Men. Fascinating, insightful, and delightful. The descriptions shimmer and sparkle. When this book arrives in stores, I intend to rush out and buy a copy to give to every woman I know.”
—New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz

“Fresh and highly entertaining. I loved every word.”
—New York Times bestselling author Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Imaginary Men is that rare, wonderful novel that both breaks new ground yet celebrates the most classic theme in literature — the passion, pain and unadulterated humor of finding a mate. Brushed with magic, and written with exquisite craftsmanship and an eye for authentic detail, Imaginary Menbrings the love story of Lina and Raja to vivid life.”
—USA Today bestselling author Susan Wiggs

“Chick Lit meets Bollywood in this charming novel…This fairytale-like story is filled with vivid descriptions of Indian customs that will enchant readers. Banerjee ably captures Lina’s struggles with tradition and modernity in her interactions with her family.”
—Booklist

“A Fun debut… A Bridget Jones’s Diary meets Monsoon Wedding-style escapade.”
—Publishers Weekly

“Delectable…recounted with hilarity and warmth.”
—Seattle Post-Intelligencer

“The author’s hip-hot style combines breezy storytelling, wry humor and just enough poignant sauce in a romantic comedy equal to ‘Bend it Like Beckham.’”
—The Seattle Times

“A pitch-perfect romantic comedy…reminds us all that the ‘lit’ in chick lit comes from literature.”
Tara McCarthy, author Love Will Tear Us Apart

“A great read…carefree and clever.”
—East West Woman Magazine

“Romantic tale with an authentic ethnic twist.”
—Library Journal

“Anjali Banerjee manages to invent a unique story filled with humor and love … Imaginary Men is a bright spot in multicultural chick lit.”
—FreshFiction.com 

“Anjali Banerjee vividly portrays the dilemma of a young woman caught between cultures. An enchanting read.”
Bharti Kirchner, author of Pastries: A Novel of Desserts and Discoveries