The day you fall in love or realise what true love is you will Cry.
Don’t carry the baggage of your past into your future.
Author: Monica Dixit
Publisher: Notion Press
Raehan and Amolika come from two very different worlds. And for the time that their worlds overlap and stick to one path, life seems beautiful. Between projects at college and hanging out with friends, the two of them come to a startling revelation that involves a bond of love between them.
Unbeknownst to the both of them, there lies a leviathan of espionage that eventually consumes the bond they share, driving them apart by force.
Sixteen years pass, when fate decides to rekindle their bond – only this time, the challenges are exacerbated by the unresolved baggage of the past. Do the two of them find each other? Does the dull, grey, long-standing spell of winter rise to give way to spring?
‘A quest for spring’ is a story of Amolika and Raehan. They both are two completely opposite personalities. Will they meet? If they’re in love, will the world allow them to live together? This is a wonderful romance tale with lots of drama.
first of all, I liked the title of the book. it’s impressive. The cover could have been much better. The book is divided into four parts. Each part has a different story to tell. The first two parts are slow paced.It was going too boring and slow. but the last two parts are something that I loved. They’re fast-paced, with lots of politics, journalism, and love. The author has written a matured story. The characters are balanced. I loved Amolika’s character. Her spirit for never giving up on her dreams, her maturity while handling situations is something I liked most. The language used by the author is simple and interesting. one can easily connect with the story. The tempo of the story is good. and the twists start from the part 3. The book has various emotions expressed beautifully. Though there are many repetitive parts in the story which makes the book a lil boring and unnecessarily lengthy read.The author had built strong characters, and each character had a vital role to play. Journalism, Politics, love, friendship, relationships is what this book revolves around. There are some wonderful lines and shayries in the book which I loved. The narration of the story is also good. The author narrated all the minute details beautifully. The story is well plotted and narrated. The flow of the story is crisp and smooth. It’s an easy but a lengthy read.
Overall it’s a good romance read if you’re willing to read 386 pages.
But again it’s a wonderful read.
You can get your copy here.
***I received this copy from the author in exchange for honest and unbiased review***
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