Our Story Ends Here by Sara Naveed | Book Review
Terrorists are not born to love
Sarmad was trained as a terrorist to be ruthless, to be fearless and to take away innocent lives. He has caused pain that he can’t undo. For years, he has been living without a heart, without a soul, without her.
Mehar is an army general’s daughter. After losing a loved one she decides to go to the Swat valley with her college friends to revisit the place that holds all her childhood memories.
While Mehar is looking forward to her adventurous trip, Sarmad is working on his upcoming deadly mission.
Unwittingly, their paths cross and they are forced to stay together in the same room for eleven days. Fate brings them together, but destiny has planned something else.
Does their story end here? Or has it just begun?
Penguin Random House India
February 10th 2017
No. of Pages:
Paperback, 288 Pages
The précis gives you an idea about a love story which desires you to read the book. It is very different from a typical romance fiction.
The way the book is written it’s in two different perspectives its able to give a better grasp on what both characters are feeling. This book is very well written and the characters has a great deal of depth. The book has two main characters. The storyline of the book is quite different and it serves a fresh story. Plot construction is gripping and forces you to complete the book.
I'm really excited for her upcoming release - Undying Affinity. Can't wait to get my hands on it!