Whatever I was looking for was always you- Rumi
We’ll always have each other to come back too
Rohan and Ira’s life takes an unexpected turn when Ira decides to leave for New York to study. They’ve been married for only fifteen months, but this is the opportunity of a lifetime, and Rohan is not going to come between his wife and her dream. So, sad but supportive, he stays back in Delhi, where he is on the brink of a promotion at a national daily. After all, his relationship with Ira is strong enough to survive the distance. Rohan prepares for a year without Ira, getting by with a little help from his friends: Yusuf, his on-call confidant who lives in Bangalore; Alisha, a colleague he likes catching up with over tea; and Tanuj, his new role model at work. Life without Ira is going surprisingly well. Until the day, that is, she reveals the real reason she left.
The story of long-distance marriage is the story of Ira and Rohan. Ira who wants to go new york for study, while Rohan is happy with his job in Delhi. Being with together for more than 10 years, and married for fifteen months will Rohan send Ira to follow her dream? will this marriage survive a long distance relationship? Will Rohan survive without Ira? Will Ira return? Many more questions.
Well, Rohan and Ira are the happily married couple and the time comes when Ira gets a chance to go, New York, follow her dream. Rohan, preparing himself to live a life alone, without Ira. What happens next?
The book is well written and is written in a practical way. first I thought it would be same the flashback romance story but then It is completely different from the rest of the stories. The author has narrated the story with utmost honesty. The plot of the story is amazing and practical. I loved how Rohan got busy with his new schedule, how he got his new role model in Tanuj. How his life changed after Ira left. The pace of the story is good and is going.The flow is smooth. One can easily connect to the story. I loved how the story started. and the best thing I liked was, The story was narrated in present and not in the past. One can easily connect with every difficulty that Rohan faced, every emotion that Ira went through. The language used by the author is simple and interesting. The characters built by the author are strong and each one of them had their own importance. Be it Yusuf, Tanuj or Alisha. I loved Ira’s personality, though the author could have described Ira a little more. The story is narrated well. Friendship, relationship, each and every relation is described well, be it mother and son, friends or a dog and his owner. everything. I loved the climax of the story.
Overall, simple language, Interesting plot, wonderful characters makes it an amazing read.
This story is just a quick, simple and perfect read. It’s a light and interesting read.
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