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Friday, January 24, 2020

Book Review #146 Love Unexpected: Ritu Kakar

Kaira is an independent girl, chasing her ambitions. Aveer is a strong-minded and successful entrepreneur, seeking expansion. When they get together to give wings to her venture, there are fireworks and a strange Chemistry between them. But there is something else walking along – kaira’s past. With drew’s presence looming large like the devil, kaira does not know how to accept her emotions for aveer. Her loved ones protect her from all harm fiercely, but will they succeed this time too? Amidst confusion of a promising future and the demons of the past, in trying to find faith and burying betrayal, and in the battle between kaira’s heart and her fears will love unexpected lead the way to happiness?.

My Take:

A simple elegant story that makes you smile and believe in all good things. Writing a romance genre story is tricky. Not everyone can write story that is subtle.This one has been able to. I liked the way the story talks about love and family at the same time. These days barring Sundari Venkatraman's books (my all time favorite author) and a few loved ones like her the tone for romance is more towards sexuality.

Kiara is a bold independent girl who believes in love and all things good. Her positivity is infectious. In fact for me that was the best thing about her , her ability to stay strong and positive. The demons of her past keeps hovering around her but that still doesn't deter her clarity of thinking.

Aveesh is as different yet similar to her.Their chemistry and love for lingo is evident. I felt Aveesh is a little underdeveloped to Kaira. His story and more screen presence would have been more entertaining.

What happens when these two cross paths? Will cupid strike? Or will the personalities clash making things complicated? Read to find out more.

The writing is crisp. A few places a tad over dramatic yet it blends.Language is simple and narratiion smooth.

I would rate this 4/5 .

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