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Book review: In Love With Simran by Kulpreet Yadav

Title- In Love With Simran
Author- Kulpreet Yadav
Publisher- Srishti Publishers & Distributers
Page- 224
Genre- Suspence thriller
Publication date- 10 Jan 2019
My ratings- 3.9/5

Book blurb:

Sanjana’s best friend at college is murdered. She was in love with a business tycoon named Nik Sethi, and Sanjana is certain that he killed her. In an effort to find proof, she decides to get close to him.
Good looking and rich, Nik falls in love with Sanjana instantly, but a month later, when he accidently discovers her real agenda, he throws her out of his life. Determined to nail him, Sanjana’s desperation exceeds all limits when she realizes that she too, like her friend, has fallen in love with a killer.
After she escapes an attack one night, Sanjana quits college and goes into hiding. Now her only ambition is to punish the killer and her only weapon is her body. In a last, desperate attempt, she uses herself as bait and pursues her best plan. There are only two options: she becomes a victim or she becomes a victor.
Through the story of Sanjana and Nik, In Love With Simran explores the boundaries of the basic instincts of the young: love, sex, trust and survival.

My Review:

The story revolves around Sanjana whose best friend Simran gets murdered and with all the evidence she doubts Simran’s boyfriend Nik Sethi, a buisness tycoon to be the murderer.

Later, she makes various plans to pursue him and accept his deeds. But, eventually gets trapped in her own emotions and end up falling in love with Nik Sethi.
Did she finds out the murderer or she herself become the victim?

Narration and Characterisation- Narration is simple, easy and improves as the story progresses. Even though you can’t control for the human you fall for yet Sanjana falling for Nik Sethi whom she suspected to be the murderer initially was bit unacceptable and unpredictable for me nonetheless Sanjana’s character her boldness; anger, the urge to find Simran’s murderer and love for her mother and best friend are aptly portrait by the author.

By judging the cover of the book I assumed it to be an ordinary romance but it turned out to be a good thriller with superfluous twists and turns.

You don’t fall in love with people who are like yourself. You fall in love with your other half, a half you never knew existed until you met that person. The one who completes you.

Recommended for: the one’s who are more into suspence and thriller.

Thanks to the author for sending me the review copy.✨

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