The titular Dimple and Rishi are arranged marriage set-ups, but one of them is in on the set up, and the other isn't. Dimple Shah is an aspiring web developer and resists her parents meddling. Rishi Patel embraces it. He wants to find a wife, have kids, live his Indian-American life. Or so he thinks.
WDMR is a romance novel more than anything else, so if you are reading it because you love that one of the protags is a girl computer geek, you might be disappointed. Dimple is suposedly obsessed with winning the app coding contest that is the book's central story, but she and her friends do everything but write code.
To me Rishi is a more likable character. I like how he pushes back against Judeo-Christian dominance in America. He says "Oh my Gods" and "Gods bless you" instead of "Oh my God" and "God bless you," prompting a conversation with people about how they take monotheism for granted.
There's lots of good politics in this book; I just wish there was more story.