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Dhanush Mahasena and Tina Kumar where they both were totally different from each other but they were tied by a single thread there their lives started to face all those realities which they were not even ready yo accept. Book was interesting. With ups and downs the story was written with different colours. Story can hold the interest in the entire book. Overall a reader will enjoy a lot to read this amazing story.
A hero with a dark side and a heroine with strong will....and their story of happily ever after....extremely impressive work from the author...Fairy tales always fascinated me since I was a little girl...and this book was similar to the plot of 'the beauty and the beast'...I just loved how the author narrated it similar to the fairy tale....and what poked my attention was the way Tina asks Dhanush to forgive himself...I mean the reason she gives is deeply meaningful and worth considering....I so want to share it but no I am not giving any spoilers..😁 Must read...go grab it!
My favourite story since my childhood is beauty and the beast..Now I read the almost similar version. The strength to your story is your girl with undefeated willingness to get what she want in life. I love the way the girl is portrayed. Dhanush a man of my dreams.. Thank you Kasi for this amazing story which have made me nostalgic..
This is my first book by MV Kasi. The author's book was been recommended for a very long time and I overlooked the author's work as I was fond of reading romance books by foreign authors. And yeah I regret it, not for reading foreign authors' books but for overlooking MV Kasi. Recently I downloaded this book through Kindle Unlimited and I was blown away by the prefect retelling of the Beauty and the Beast. I'm a great fan of B&B and I have watched and read the various versions of the story as movie and books. But this one felt so real. Just a day before I read a retelling of the same but Until You made my eyes well up with tears and at some parts tightened my heart. Maybe I could have felt it this way as the names characters were Indian that made me connect more characters.
Over all I love the story. It has every aspect of the Grimm's Fairy version: a curse, that turned a man into beast, a beauty's entry into his life, their undying beyond appearance. Only the Beast doesn't lie on his deathbed when the beauty is away from him. Instead he fights his way back to win her back.