Take 2: Romance: Second Chance At Happiness Kindle Edition
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This book is truly a chance she took and I was very happy with a book full of real romance and faith. Even if it was not from the one Priya needed. Abhimanyu is her knight in shining armor and he is a true hero. Smart, successful and emotional, he is the complete package. A guy to drool over and wish for; if only we had more men like him around. He takes Priya under his wing and is her support system, her true anchor.
When she feels over whelmed he takes a step back, putting her happiness before his own. A gem of a man whose family is his support, which by the way is also very well etched by Ruchi. The parents, cousins and friends add a lot of depth to the story. I am sure Ruchi will have stories for a couple of them!
What I really enjoyed was the twist in the tale. The drama was not from the families but Abhimanyu’s office! The story gets a real life feel with the controversy, spite and plain old greed playing a big part. How the author managed to link all the people in this twist needs to be read.
I enjoyed the twists and turns, truly the path of true love is never easy. A well fleshed out book, with a lovely free flowing language. No errors that I could find glaring at me through the pages. It was indeed to cool to read a romance with substance and sound editing!
Do pick it for an uplifting read. 4 stars. * * * *
(I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange of my unbiased review.)
To me, a romance novel is like comfort food. The flavours may vary, but at the end of the day, one knows that this is no-risk soul food. In a similar way, the story in these novels could take any direction, but there is a certain comfort in knowing that there is a happily ever after waiting for us at the end.
On the flip side, after a while all these stories kind of blend into one another. It takes a lot for a romance novel to stand out.
Take 2 is kind of a contradiction in this respect. It has a plot that is very Bollywood (for the lack of a better word), yet this one has been a standout for me, in-spite of a familiar story line.
The plot of the book revolves around the life of Priya, the quintessential girl-next-door, who married very young and got dumped by her husband Sameer, who used her merely as a means to get ahead in life. Enter Abhimanyu, a chance encounter in Priya’s world, who turns into a friend and ally, and eventually her knight without the armour.
Read the full review @ http://shanayatales.com/take-2-by-ruchi-singh-book-review/
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