Dawn Of Love by Isha Dutta | Book Review
Story of Samaira and Krish. Childhood best friends. Heirs to their respective rich family legacies. Perfect example of a Would-Be-Perfect Couple. Until... their lives are turned upside down by storms of misunderstanding. When everyone thought that their love story was over even before it could begin, they were once again brought face to face with each other in the most twisted way possible.
Will they fall apart or will they finally be united this time, forever- Dawn Of Love is an answer to this question.
September 8th, 2022
No of Pages:
Paperback, 252 Pages
The story line caught my attention at the very beginning and kept me interested throughout the entire book. It was such a good read with just the right touch of chemistry and the perfect draw of romance. The story line was good and well-paced throughout. The characters were presented well, developed, realistic and likable. I liked both leading characters and was amazed how deeply I related to both of them for vastly different reasons. They're like two individual parts of my own personality, and that really helped draw me into the story.
The pain and misunderstandings in this novel have been wonderfully portrayed. There are no loose ends and it makes me happy that there are books such as this one out there. The writing was really good and left the reader with a realistic response toward the various characters. Needless to say, this story is full of lessons that we all can learn a little from and it's full of characters that you're gonna love watching grow into who they're supposed to be. It’s a meaningful book to read if you are curious about romantic love and want to know about how our thoughts work and what all stages our conscious and subconscious mind goes through, all in simple and easy style.