I would any day choose a real-life conversation and experience over a ‘virtual’ one.
This is a story of how keeping up hope and positivity leads to good results.
Many people, myself among them, feel better at the mere sight of a book.
Anuja Chauhan’s dry humour comes with a desi tadka, which is almost always chuckle worthy throughout the book.
Ayaan and Tripti meet via a common friend and fall in love gradually. However, Tripti only considers Ayaan a close friend.
What I liked the most is how, the author with her own hilarious, fun way, manages to give the readers an insight into what it takes to fight an election in India.
A romance story which makes you happy,sad and even laugh out loud.
This is a recommended one for all those who like and appreciate love stories , especially those circling around college days.
Their story perfectly defines the concept of 'opposites attract'.
This book makes you believe that two people who are meant to be together, will eventually be together.