The one thing she was grateful for was her Solitude.

Author: Saranya Rai
Publisher: Penguin India
Rating: 3/5

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Love, Take Two by Saranya Rai is a  contemporary Indian romance. It’s a story of Vicky and Kritika who meet at the set of Ranjha Ranjha. It’s a beautiful story with lots of Drama, twists and Romance.

I loved the plot of the story. It’s interesting and different. The reel and real life are presented in a creative way.  The narration of the story is crisp and engaging. one can relate to the story from the very first page.  The pace of the story is a bit slow. At some places, Unnecessary details made it a bit boring.

The language used by the author is simple and easy. The writing style of the author is gripping. The way all the events are sequenced makes it appealing. The dialogues keeps the reader invested in.   The characters that the author made are strong and interesting. Each character is justified in its own way, lending credibility to the story. With each chapter, the story keeps on building great.

The Cover and the title of the book is attractive. Overall, it’s a light read with an interesting plot. It’s like a perfect Bollywood movie.

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Summary:

She’s tall, beautiful and one of Bollywood’s leading ladies.
He’s goofy, loves to wear outlandish clothes and is constantly getting into trouble with reporters.
When Vicky Behl and Kritika Vadukut meet on the sets of the period drama Ranjha Ranjha, everyone agrees they have serious chemistry–not just on screen. But after her devastating breakup with Raunak Rajput, Kritika doesn’t know if she can handle being with a Bollywood actor. If only Vicky wasn’t so damn charming . . .
Will the pressure and scrutiny of Bollywood allow them to live happily ever?

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