Saturday, 12 March 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Just the Way You Are by Sanjeev Ranjan

Love happens when you least expect it…

Sameer is a Steve Jobs fan, a consultant at an investment bank, and a confused soul looking for love. As he moves cities to study and work, he falls in and out of love,but fails to find the one person who belongs with him. In comes Shagun, whom he marries. But he leaves the very next day for Switzerland…to start a dream Job. In the meantime, Shagun starts reading his diary! What does she find in there?

Will this spell the end of their marriage? With Sameer not around to defend himself,what is the future of their relationship?

Just the Way You Are is a humorous, heart-warming story about one man’s quest for true love.

BOOK REVIEW:-  I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This is the third book written by the author and with each book his writing is getting way far better.The author has written this so well.
I just adored the cover page of the book , its so romantic and beautiful .
Sanjeev Sir has done the best job - writing it in a reader friendly language, understanding exactly what they want.

The story revolves around the protagonist Sameer who never found his true love.Devoid of love, Sameer leads a boring life.Soon Shagun enters into his life as a spark, After meeting Shagun , Sammer thinks now he got everything in his life,what he was searching for.But next day after marriage he leaves her Wife & go to Switzerland .

Meanwhile , Shagun finds a secret diary written by Sameer , as she reads the diary ,she finds hidden secrets that turns her life upside down?
Still she trust her love and dont want to loose Sameer.
The end was simply perfect with a happy ending. A perfect book to give to your loved ones.

The story is engaging. The characters are full of life.I absolutely loved this book and am sure that you will too!
It will surely keep the readers hooked on to the book. I would rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.

Sanjeev Ranjan is an ardent lover of western classical and instrumental music.

He enjoys reading and has a keen interest in understanding human behavior and relationships. He is currently pursuing his MBA from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), Kolkata. He is the author of It’s No Longer a Dream (2014) and In Course of True Love! (2012). This is his third novel.

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