Love is: not having to hold back . . . but will she ever truly let him in?
Avantika is an investment banker, an ambitious go-getter and the exact opposite of Deb-a corporate professional turned failed writer, turned scripter of saas-bahu serials.
They’ve been together for ten years, surviving rave parties, college and annoying best friends, including Shrey, who has no respect for personal boundaries, and Vernita and Tanmay-the enviable and annoying ‘it’ couple who seem to have it all.
And marriage. But now, Avantika wants to take the next step. Will Deb be able to catch up? Or will it rip them apart? As much as he might try to prove that he’s the one for her, Deb is still not good enough. Not as long as Avantika is broken and her past looms in the background-pushing her, troubling her, goading her to question if their love is enough.
Will Deb be able to find their perfect place?
The Perfect Us is love’s struggle to find the happily ever after. . .