DESTINY DECIDES… A tale of two hearts in search of true love
Sameera lives a simple and fun life that she has structured with utmost care ensuring that she was focused on work and also keeps in touch with the classical dancer in her. Sameera has endured tough times in her life at a young age and wonders if she could ever hang on to anything that makes her life perfect.
Nick is a successful businessman who went to high school with Sameera, back when they lived in India. He re-enters her life taking her by surprise and in no time expresses his love for her. He wins her heart with his enigmatic but sweet gestures. He convinces her to move in with him. Nick gives her the confidence and support that she needs to overcome her doubts.
Sameera starts to feel like Nick is the secret to happiness, she finds out that there is a search underway for her. Nick tells her that an Indian royal family is trying to locate her family. Fully convinced that it was a misunderstanding she ignores Nick’s warnings about the people that were searching for her and travels to India for a family emergency.
A member of the Royal Family that has been searching for her, meets Sameera as soon as she reaches India. Nick follows her to India a short while later and asks her to marry him to which she agrees whole-heartedly. The story ends on a happy note but with an open question around why Nick’s extended family in India is looking for Sameera’s family.
From where should I start reviewing this book … ? Can anyone help me ?.
Hmm the book is notable ,its consists of all the necessary elements which a magical romantic tale should have .There is emotionally choking romance between Nick and Sameera .When I started reading this book the surname ‘Bhatia’ triggered by school time memories of my school mate Vivek Bhatia who must have grown up like Nick B .
Thank you for triggering that memory P.G.Van.
All I say is that P.G.Van has penned this book very well .The character visualization of Nick , Sameera and others is excellent .
Just go grab the book and enjoy the joyous enfoldment of love between Nick and Sameera .
What annoyed me is part where the author explains the Indian rituals and traditions which most Indians here and aboard and others by now are aware off it .
Sorry P.G.Van for feeling like that .
All the opinion of this book review is soulfully mine and I have no intentions to hurt anyone .
I thank TBC and Author for sending the ARC of this book across me .
This peppy song for P.G Van ′s book.
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