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This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you would like to share this book with another person, please download an additional copy for each reader. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author. Their arguments always end with a kiss until one day, after 11 years of relationship, they realise they are close yet feel so far away.

Have they reached a saturation point in their love? Or is it something else? They have to figure it out soon! A Half Baked Love Story Author: Anurag Garg While the name might suggest otherwise, this one makes an interesting read in case you are looking for a nice love story by an Indian author. In his inebriated state, he narrates his love story with Anamika to his friends, and the story then goes back to the past tense.

The thing is when we return back to the present, does Aarav still have a relationship with Anamika or is he just grieving about lost love? Untruly Yours Author: Smita Shetty If you love reading books with relatable characters, then this one must be on your best love story novels by indian authors list. It tells the story of Natasha, a Bengali woman married to a Tamilian guy named Rakesh.

The couple are NRIs, and both are equally absorbed in their professional worlds. Natasha yearns for romance, excitement and companionship but Rakesh seems too busy in his world. She makes a chance visit to India with one of her handsome colleague and bumps into an ex-flame in India.

Will Natasha have a self-discovery about love or will she have to make a choice?

You should really be downloading this one right away. This one is a touching love story about Deep and Ahana. Deep is a young man who enjoys spending time with books rather than human beings. One day, he gets an internship offer in Hong Kong where he meets an Indian girl Ahana.

She is a beautiful woman but is blind. Deep and Ahana explore Hong Kong together, slowly falling in love. Now how does Deep deal with things? Niharika is a fresh entrant to the college, and in the first few days becomes friends with a shy guy named Tanmay.


Tanmay is a good guy but not boyfriend material so therefore Niharika starts dating Akshat. But as time passes by, Akshat starts revealing his true colours. At the same time, Niharika notices a transformation in her bestie Tanmay.

Was Tanmay actually the right guy for her? She strives to find an answer and this is her tale. Although Yatharth knows everything about the topics he studies, he has trouble fathoming love. Thanks to the coaxing of his friend, he falls in love with a girl Sanchita, who is a sweet and sentimental girl. It is first love for both of them. Will they be able to handle the pressures that accompany it or will they be left with a heartbreak?

It nearly made me cry.. This is probably the second book which made me cry. And the incidents are so precisely mentioned that I can nearly see the scenes in front of my eyes. The narration was very good. And the places where something sweet happened it made me smile. Aug 18, Dharmitha rated it did not like it. This is why I stopped reading indian romance.

Jun 28, Aditi rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 6 comments. Oct 15, Souparnika Chander rated it it was amazing. Lighthearted, very simple, a tale full of friendship, lil thrill, obsession, possessiveness nd lots of looovvveeeee.. Wud luv to read it once again!! Jul 08, Abhilash Ruhela rated it really liked it. This is the first phenomena on my Blog where I am reviewing a book before its release. It is set to release on 17th July, And exclusively, this is the very first public review of this book.

I feel honored to be a part of this book right before its release which has already bee This is the first phenomena on my Blog where I am reviewing a book before its release. I feel honored to be a part of this book right before its release which has already been listed as Bestselling in the Pre-order section on almost all the E-commerce websites.

The book is been published by Random Publisher which is Sudeep's publisher since his 2nd book. He is no more an author by Srishti Publication. And since he has tied up with RH India, we can see his progress. He is in media, television, newspapers, festivals etc. Coming to the review, Sudeep Nagarkar is one author who has understood what his pet readers expect from him.

Hence he is continuing to write love stories which is the bestselling genre among Indian readers. And in this genre, he is one of the authors whom people wait for. If all of you remember, I gave his first book 3 stars while his 2nd book which was a sequel to the first one grabbed only 2.

I was disappointed with the length of the book and the simplicity. Now after reading his latest book, I am happy that he has kept the story short and have done his best to tell lots of aspects in few words. His narration and language has improved a lot since his first attempt. But still, I find that not every sentence is crisp and perfect as it should be.

He has great thoughts but as soon as he starts writing them, he writes like a Desi Guy and not like an epic writer.

This section is where I would ask Sudeep Nagarkar to improve himself. Rest he is on the right track. The story is wonderful. As the title says, I presumed that its the same crap which some debutante write about how Facebook stalking helped them get a girlfriend with whom they went through misunderstandings and patch-ups.

But I was wrong. Sudeep has just mentioned in one paragraph that they added each other on BBM and directly met after that. Thank God! I could not have survived any cliche by him at this stage. There's no monosyllabic or mono-sentences chats pages after pages but a sweet romance story which will make you imagine the protagonist after every sentence.

Even when there's a mention of the messages that the protagonists send to each other, they are more than half-page long which makes it a mini love-letter than a boring usual conversation that we ourselves do with our partner on daily basis.

I have never read it before. That's the first thing that I liked in the book. Tamanna's first note for Deep in her Galaxy Tab is wonderful and the notes that are mentioned after that are also fine.

The components such as of friendship, love, companionship, simplicity, love-making sequences, romance, sex, hanging-outs, trips, picnics, outings etc are satisfying in the book. A little corporate insight is also given but I won't say that the total justice is being done to it.

Author could have kept it as the base but its just a part. I liked Tamanna-Deep's sequence more than Akash-Aleesha's and it seemed to be more matured than the latter's. Coming to the drawbacks, as I said above, the sentence formation can be much better. Author is unable to convey all his feelings exactly in words. The difficulty that he faces in doing this is often visible in the writing.

I found grammatical mistakes in the book but its fine, it is avoidable. It does not make your book vulgar or abusive. If it's story's requirement, you can definitely write anything that's a taboo in society without caring for anyone. And next time when you write a love-making scene, do take help of a co-author as in all the 3 books, you have described the scene almost in the same manner.

Rest, I would say that you have improved with every book that you have written. Cover page by Saurav Das is wonderful and lovely. The lyrics of your book's theme song is touchy but singer isn't satisfying. In all, I would give this book 3. Go for it.

View all 3 comments. Jan 16, Hari Kiran rated it it was ok. There is nothing to say about this Jan 15, Swathi Shenoy rated it it was ok. Picked it up with excitement as my friend suggested it saying it was good but I was totally disappointed!

The book narrates the love story of Aleesha and Akash. From the very start, the book goes with an unbearably slow pace. There seems to be so much confusion in the story. Akash falls in love with Aleesha as soon as he lays eyes on her at the disc.

Still when a group of boys fantasize about Aleesha during her stage performance, he claims to Aditya that these guys lust for her, her beauty and he Picked it up with excitement as my friend suggested it saying it was good but I was totally disappointed!

Still when a group of boys fantasize about Aleesha during her stage performance, he claims to Aditya that these guys lust for her, her beauty and he fell for what she really is! Now, unless he is some person who can get a sneak peek of the soul, I dont understand how one can get to know such things just with a few minutes flirting in a disc!

The story is very predictable and more than half of it is just a drag!

Except for the little deviation when it comes to Tamanna's story, where I could feel a suspense building, the rest was little boring. The narration isn't much engaging either The only thing that manages to engage the reader is the little twist at the end of the story.

I will suggest this to readers who are looking for a perfectly common love story!

View 1 comment. Jan 08, Shyam Sundar rated it it was ok. Jun 11, Kushal Gorti rated it did not like it Recommends it for: I don't know why I read this.. I repent it. The story doesn't even begin with a friend request! The dialogs are blasphemous. The supposedly romantic dialogs seemed right out of a c grade movie and game me physical pain. The descriptions were irritating and infuriating. This book became the stepping stone to my dislike for indian romance..

I really hated this one. Worst book i ever read!! May 25, Nivedha rated it did not like it Shelves: One word. I hate myself for reading such an awful, abominable, horrible I can incorporate even more bad adjectives but this one review won't be enough book. I'm not such a big fan of romance and this book made me lose hope in romance.

All thanks to the author. Did I just call him an Author? My English classmates write better than him And still we get just pass marks! If my English teacher catch hold of his writing, he will definitely fail in the subject.

That I'm sure. And about the story, it is horrid. If you dare to call this stupid story "true love" just face the consequences. Because I can't just sit quietly if I heard that again. Poor characterisation. Poor language.


Yeah, Poor book. My kind request to the author I've to call him that because he had the guts to publish such book. Please do not try to write. Even if you write, no problem. Don't publish it. Jun 11, Harshul Setiya rated it really liked it. The market has been flooded with young Indian authors churning out bestsellers after bestsellers.

To be honest this is my first read by this author though he has written two books before. The book leaves you with a pleasant feeling after you have completed reading it. The story is about Akash and Aleesha, two youngsters who meet in a discotheque and experience love at first sight. Major portion of the book is about their love story, how it progresses, the proposal, the first kiss, the first figh The market has been flooded with young Indian authors churning out bestsellers after bestsellers.

Major portion of the book is about their love story, how it progresses, the proposal, the first kiss, the first fight, the making up etc etc.

The story is about Aleesha and Kritika — Soul sisters cum best friends cum roommates The story is about Akash and Aditya — Best friends till death do us apart.

The story is about one night — one incident — that changes the lives of all these people along with their loved ones.They don't want books where the dominant theme is rape, sexual violence, non-consent or gang bang with unwilling participants.

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