Sunday, 20 March 2016

BOOK REVIEW:- Like a Love Song by Nikita Singh

Love is a many-flavoured thing: it can go from vanilla to rainbow sprinkles in the blink of an eye.

Four years ago, Maahi s heart was broken into so many pieces that it looked like she might never put it back together again. Yet time has healed her wounds, and she has found her true calling and even a dash or romance. But when the past comes knocking on her door, threatening to shatter a life she has carefully rebuilt, her world is turned upside-down. What will Maahi do when she is torn between her head and her heart?

Emotionally charged and vivid, Like a Love Song is about the sort of love that consumes and sears you ... and the healing powers of true passion.

BOOK REVIEW:-  The author has brought about one more mind boggling and heart racing book
I have read her earlier books
The story is sweet, slow and passionate.The unique thing about the book is, it doesn't start with a slow pace and end with BANG!

The story revolves around the protagonist Maahi.
Born and raised in Ghaziabad,Maahi was having trouble adjusting to life in south India.
She convinced herself that all she needed was time.
She falls in love with kishan.
But the bond between them didn't worked.Soon relationship ended.Kishan left without saying a word her. Devoid of any emotion  .Gunjan was broken.
The experience completely tranformed the way she looked at love and life.

The book was splendid in its plot development, character development and story line. 
The beauty of the book lies in its narration and infusion of honest thoughts at certain situation. 
Blowing my mind away with this amazing piece of work.

I would rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars. 

Nikita Singh is the bestselling author of six novels, including Love @ Facebook, Accidentally In Love and The Promise. She has co-authored two books with Durjoy Datta, titled If It's Not Forever and Someone Like You. She has also contributed in the books of The Backbenchers series and edited 25 Strokes of Kindness (anthology). Her latest book, "Right Here Right Now" is a Young Adult fiction, released in April 2014.

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