Love is mesmerizing love is sacrificing love is life, like wise there are many phrases glued to the feel ‘LOVE” but it is rare to call the divine feel a dangerous thing. It brings with it great merry and opens you up to pain. But does one really have the courage to say no and look the other way?
Laila the protagonist in the novel is yet to recover from her painful past. Hurt and untrusting of love, laila is fully wrapped up in work which turns out to be the only source of cheer.
Her bakery franchise is very popular there is a chance to go national, if she can pull off that big deal. Things are getting well with her, the pressure is keeping her alive and happening but the fate can never be rewritten, the arrival of JD assures this.
The opposite of Laila, he is an impetuous, free-spirited creature to stir up the calm.
When Laila is self-destructive, he is life-affirming. She’s cautious, he’s buoyant. But he makes her feel the very things she wanted to forget.
Stirring a familiar passion she longed for but had lost the courage to pursue. Even when they are irrepressibly drawn to each other but will she ever be able to trust him?
This is the story of a girl who was shattered in love and yet again finds love but doesn’t know whether to give wings or to kill the spirit.
Nikita Singh is an Indian novelist. She has written nine novels including If It’s Not Forever , Love@Facebook , Right Here Right Now , Accidentally in Love… With Him? Again? and The Unreasonable Fellows . In February 2013, Someone Like You, a book she co-wrote with Durjoy Datta, was released by Penguin India. It debuted at No. 5 at Hindustan Times Bestseller list.