It is rightly said by someone, “A little reading is all the therapy a person need sometimes”. And when it comes to romantic reading, these love stories entice us and do wonders. Indian literary persons have also given their share of some romantic novels that are absolutely not worth missing
Is it possible to love two people at the same time? Nafisa is dealing with beers, periods, heartbreak, and dating apps, when she meets her new uniquely average boyfriend. But is he the love of her life? Before Nafisa can figure that out, her life is turned upside down. Her mother Tamanna dies in an accident. In trying to come to terms with her loss, she finds solace in the company of a charming painter. Her life takes a retro turn, with diaries, handwritten letters, and music trying to heal her.
Sometimes life brings you at a crossroad, where you have no choice but to live every day as if it was your last one. Naina was at such a crossroad! An orphan, she did not have much to look forward to in life, until she fell in love.
She said it’s ‘the not knowing’ that scares her. Surprisingly, it will be the truth that she discovers which will shock her even more.
When Carmine Basie meets Renata Roberts, he has a spiritual encounter, triggering dreams of living with her in a previous life. Soon after his dreams occur, he is diagnosed with an inoperable cancer with only months to live.
There’s a kind of love that makes you go down on one knee, and there’s the kind that brings you down on both. You don’t need the latter, because no matter what you do, you cannot make anyone love you back.’
Renu had always craved for love and security, and her boring marriage, mundane existence somehow leads her to believe that, maybe, this is what love is all about.
True love never dies. It is redefined every time you feel it.
When Nish falls in love, little does he know the impact it is going to
have on his life. Hailing from conservative backgrounds, love is
nothing less than war with the world for the lover and his beloved.
Albeit limited communication, they still dare to dream of a life