Should I… Fall in Love
Author – Shradha khanna
Genre – Fiction (love)
Creative Vibes rating – 3.5/5
Pages – 142
Publisher – RIGI PUBLICATIONS
Should I… Fall in love is a light-hearted brief story which elicits the apprehensions of this young, creative and emotional yet strong girl Naina. She has a pleasing life with strong support of near and dear ones yet she yearns for this one pure emotion in her life called “love”. She is a workaholic who works at an event management company in Mumbai, keeping herself busy she tries to escape the demons of her past relationship. Her last relationship had been traumatizing where she was cheated and left all alone.
Amidst fighting the vivid emotions of her past she is acquainted with Nihal, a handsome, flirtatious guy with blue captivating eyes at her boss’ house warming party. Naina is going to handle a high profile destination wedding where she again meets Nihal. Concentrating on her work she tries to brush away his thoughts. But “The Greek God” as Naina refers him keeps on trying his luck. So will Naina give him a chance? Will Naina overcome her dark past? Is Nihal the guy she is waiting for? Will he help her to fight her insecurities? Does he believe in love or will end up being a commitment phobic guy who only believes in having “fun”? To get answers to all these questions, read this merry romance tale today.
Love stories are most cherished by the young generation. A story filled with love, drama, betrayal and passion is always merrily accepted, even when the plot of almost every story is usual. This book however is a relief for those who want to spare themselves with extreme unwanted emotions. Shradha khanna has done a great job in keeping the book simple yet filled with related emotions. The Story is written With utmost Innocence and the emotions of the Author are very impressively penned down.
What i love about the book
Although the plot of the story is predictable and mundane what it keeps it alive and refreshing is the simplicity with which it is taken. There are no strong shaky emotions that will brighten you up or will take you down but you will be able to connect to the feelings of both the main characters as Shradha had kept them completely practical and realistic. Without any melodrama the novel is a happy reading for the readers.
What i find a little inappropriate
The editing could have been much better also I miss some wow and fresh moments in the novel otherwise the novel is decent read.
The theme of the novel “fighting insecurities” is carried aptly till the end. The writing style puts “Naina” in the limelight throughout which is much needed to justify the title of the novel. However Shradha has beautifully given due importance to the character of Nihal by explaining his troubles and confusions too. There are no long messages, texts and prose which prevents it from being a cheesy trite tale still you will feel intense passion, love and chemistry between the two.It is satisfactory, one time read, lighthearted novel that will keep you smiling and happy till the end.