Madhav is an aspiring writer stuck in a dead-end corporate job that gives him no
joy and no time to write his book. But there’s more to him than meets the eye.
He has been hiding a secret all his life-which, if revealed, may shatter the very
existence of his being.
His loved ones know he’s holding something back but don’t suspect anything
grave until his girlfriend, Meera, tired of his constant mood swings, decides to
take him to an art therapy session. There he meets someone who tries to
unearth the past Madhav so desperately wants to keep buried.
So what exactly happened years ago? Why does Madhav not want to go down
From the bestselling author of A Half-Baked Love Story and Love . . . Not for
Sale comes another enigmatic tale of friendship, hidden truths and the
redeeming power of love.
” No one is an open book, everyone holds a few unleafed pages waiting for certain fingers or forever shut ”
Love Will Find a Way takes you to meet Madhav, a stuck-on-corporate-desk-writer-in-making who is not exactly what he seems to be. A simple and usual lifestyle upfront holds a dark part untouched giving way to his mood fluctuation and a bit of complication for his dear ones. And Meera takes it upon herself to take action on this and takes him for an art therapy session bringing in Radhika into his life. What is it that he is hiding? How will Radhika influence or help him? What will become out of them? Grab a copy to know more.
The way the story takes its pace and how it is presented is what that I found to be the major plus points of this book. I really enjoyed the writing style of the author which I found to be easy to connect and get into. Also, it gives you everything mystery, suspense, drama, psychology, romance… a perfect blend of them. The characters and how they are framed is impeccable, you will be able to walk on their shoes easily. A simple yet elegant work by the author with a realistic approach. I would also like to appreciate the beauty of the cover design!
The only thing that was off to me was that the second half was low compared to the first, with a predictable and easy going end, also a few parts felt like too much.
I will rate this best read of mine 4.5 / 5 😀
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