Sunday, 3 January 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Forbidden Desires by Madhuri Banerjee

BOOK REVIEW :-  I received this  book from the publisher. I have read the author's previous books and I thoroughly love enjoying reading them. This is the best read of 2016 .

By observing the front of the book, you can figure that the story must be about the profound wants inside the women.The story is around 4 wedded ladies Naina, Ayesha, Kavita and Kaajal who are not the same as each other and obscure to each other, yet to some degree they take after themselves in one way or other.

Naina conceived and raised in London to Punjabi Parents.Smart as the point with a Honors degree in English Literature.Supremely sexy.Uber cool. Long, dim hair. Met Mr.Kaushik, her significant other in London in a bus.Chatted for quite a long time. It was all consuming, instant adoration.

Ayesha:- Slim, Petite, and bloom like. Oval face.Almond eyes.Soft spoken.Demure.Loving, Caring.

Idealize housewife. Had an orchestrated marriage. Never adored her better half.

Kavita 39, tall, smooth, sensitive, wavy darker hairs, Twinkling eyes, sharp nose, holds a dim mystery, had love marriage to Gaurav.Regrets it till date.

Kaajal: 30, Lawyer, short, thin, delightful, wavy darker hair, grinning face, in a muddled relationship, loves to shop.

Presently their crossing point, figure when they would meet, what will happen at that point?

From bringing up youngsters to condemning husbands, diets to disorders, miscarriages to a mother in laws, renovating houses to plastic surgery, they would examine everything together and discussed everything. One of them trusted that her significant other was engaging in extramarital relations.

The plot is simply awesome.The portrayal is done well.

I completely adored this book and am certain that you will too!You unquestionably would prefer not to miss this one.

All in an each of them an extraordinary book, keeps u captivated up to the very end. I will be watching this creator, I can simply feel that she has quite a lot more to offer.
I would give this book 4 out of 5 stars.

No comments:

Post a Comment