Author: Ravinder Singh
Publisher: Harpercollins India
A fuming romance, a rivalry and love, a book that kept me awake, that make me curious, wanting me to finish the book as soon as I can. This is one such book. It’s been a while since I read Ravinder Singh’s book and I enjoyed it. A light read on a sick day is bliss, isn’t it?
Write me a Love story by Ravinder Singh published by Harpercollins India is a beautiful story of Asmita and Abhimanyu. Asmita, a Literary editor who works at Paperink fall into an argument with a man at the parking slot. Lil did she know, he was Abhimanyu Razdan, a bestselling romance author whom their publishing house is trying to swoop in.
Little did they know, that little argument and their ego are going to change their lives forever. I loved the plot of the story, the way it started, portraying the strong woman personalities to the crisp and intriguing narration that keeps the readers hooked throughout.
This book kept me awake till 6 am and I don’t regret it. I loved how the events were taking place, that little rivalry between Abhimanyu and Asmita, that ego between the two, Abhimanyu’s desire to make her read his books and Asmita’s decision to not work on his book.
How are tables going to turn? Will Asmita really work for him? That little thought was with me till the end. From Abhimanyu’s equation with Rizwan to Maya’s bossiness to Asmita’s Loyalty and the chills she got reading Abhimanyu’s book.
Little did she know, she was falling for the author of bestselling romances. On the contrary, the author of bestselling novels is falling for the work of a literary fiction editor. Will love find its way? What has fate stored for them?
It’s a journey worth witnessing. With a pleasant and engaging writing style, Ravinder Singh once again charms the readers. The way the story proceeded, brewing the romance, rivalry and love between the two until Asmita faces the reality.
Giving insights into the publishing world to editing a romance story, this book is a lot more. I loved how beautifully the author developed each character. I loved Asmita’s and Maya’s personality. Not to forget the interesting climax. I loved how strong Asmita is and her decisions. It’s a smooth paced story with themes of love, rivalry, and professionalism.
A light, easy and fascinating read that you are going to enjoy if you love reading romance fiction. I loved the last few chapters of the book more. Asmita’s passion for her work, her thoughts about Abhimanyu, the moments of love between them, everything was beautiful.
The blue-eyed boy of Indian publishing, Abhimanyu Razdan is known for his bestselling romances, which move his readers to tears. PaperInk, an up-and-coming publishing house, is looking for an A-list author who will take them to the next level.
So, when Abhimanyu’s contract with his current publishers comes to an end, PaperInk decides to swoop in. But Abhimanyu isn’t quite like the emotional and sensitive characters in the novels he writes. Callous, egoistic and drunk on success, he gets into a hot argument with Asmita, PaperInk’s literary fiction editor, even before his first meeting with them. Already put off, despite her apology, he is even more incensed when he discovers that Asmita looks down on popular fiction, especially the kind he writes. He vows to teach her a lesson that could jeopardize her job.
At each other’s throats, Abhimanyu and Asmita are as different as can be, but fate has something else in store and they soon find that there is no running away from love.