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That Same Old Love: An Indian Billionaire Boss Romance Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B01DPQ46KK
- Language : English
- File size : 2179 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 367 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #629 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The story revolves around Mahi and Samrat ,who knew each other since adulthood. They have a past and when they meet after a long time every thing came back rushing. How they dealt with it and whether they end up together or not is this story is all about.
The plot and narration is beautiful and a treat to read.
The character of Mahi is full of life .
A perfect read !!
“Former” bad girl, Mahi, grew up and wants to lead an uncomplicated life – That’s how the story actually begins. Little does she realize that her “bad girl” past would continue to haunt her. Enter Samart, the nerd whose chance at a prestigious American university was ruined by Mahi. They end up being neighbors. One thing leads to another and sparks fly between them. What follows is a racy tale of two people who are polar opposites.
The pacing of the story was fairly stable with enough twists and turns to keep the readers hooked. Nevertheless, these twists were a wee bit predictable. I guess the writer was being brutally honest in naming the book so. It was indeed the same old love story narrated in an interesting manner. The narration was surprisingly perfect for a rookie writer. The characterization was spot on and all the character emoted to dot.
I felt that the writer could have done away with a couple of love scenes which ended up filling pages at one point in the story. I also felt the Ananaya’s story (Samart’s sister) ended up consuming pages without adding much effect to dramatization of story. That part of the story could have used tighter editing. The climax was predictable but was dragged a bit. Again, tighter editing would have resulted in a better reading experience.
Different story and one of the best book I have ever read. I always enjoy reading M.V.Kasi's book.
Go for the book without giving a second thought.
The author has kept the story moving in the present and interspersed with flashbacks. Though, the story moves back and forth but even once, I did not feel that they were confusing.
I felt that this book could have actually been two books, the prologue to Ananya’s and Sidhu’s marriage as the first book, epilogue, saying 14 years later, Mahi is back. And the second book moves from when Mahi comes back.
All in all a very well written book, unputdownable.
A confession, I started to read it on my desktop at lunch and downloaded the book on my phone so that I could read it on the metro home and not waste a minute. (this is the first book that I have downloaded on my phone).
Looking forward to more from the author, maybe a sequel with Srishti as the lead…..