There is a lot to like in Chasing Butterflies. We see the anxiety of the first person narrator as he talks over going back to India after several years in the USA with his friends and family. He decides he wants to get married pretty much as soon as he can to a nice, professionally employed well educated Indian woman so he joins a match making web page. It was a lot of fun to read the very well done transcripts of his conversations with women he meets on the webpage. We also see him try to tweak his profile so as to attract the right sort of woman.
A friend had told the central character that life was like chasing butterflies. Each one of us has their own personal meadows and butterflies.
Another interesting aspect of the novel occurs when the narrator goes back to India to sort of check it out as everyone tells him it has changed tremedously. We get to go along with him on several different job interviews.
Chasing Butterflies is worth reading. It is available in Kindle and book form on Amazon.