By Vidisha Chandna Dua
Love Will Find You
Trisha was full of life and hope when she graduated but soon got frustrated with life for not giving her what she wanted. Her life is turned around when she finds a job of her dreams and falls in love only to have her heart broken, again.
Tired of her family and friends advising her to find someone to get married to, she goes on vacation to get away from it all, only to meet Sid, bringing back painful and happy memories. Hoping this time would be different she gives him another chance to be friends again.
Trisha felt that Sid meeting her after so long was not a coincidence. Even though she sensed that there was something he was not telling her, she couldn’t refuse Sid and agreed to do him one last favour. What will she do now? Will she ever find love again?
Love Will Find You, is a sweet love story about heartbreaks and finding love again when you least expect it.
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“The book is a good enjoyable short sweet and clean romance read. The story has a good story line, and well written read. The characters are good, and they have good chemistry.
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A garland of love with knots and fixes!
Book Title: Love Will Find You
Author: Vidisha Chandna Dua
The title of the book ‘ Love Will Find You ‘ is soulful and heartening.
The cover image of the book is wonderful abstract art in blue and white depicting war and peace of emotions caused due to love and relationships. The image has a female figure whose dreams are illustrated with flying birds and two arms in the background. The arms demonstrate being together and getting separated. It is so fantastic that the whole story’s gist is very thoughtfully presented in the cover image. Well, only a reader will relate to this explanation once the story is read.
This is the story of a dynamic and strong young woman, Trisha who dreams and does work hard to achieve them big. The story oscillates between timelines. Her wish to fall in love, find the right guy and marry him is what the crux of the story. But relationships are the most complicated things in the world. Trisha, being vulnerable in the relationships often faces sadness. Some people help her, and there are people in her life who exploit her.
How does she get bullied? How does she cope and emerge back healthy is the story. I recommend this putting in view mainly the neat language used.
What I like:
1. The story-line that runs on a beautiful feeling called love.
2. The female protagonist, Trisha’s non-gullible and robust personality.
3. The casual yet soulful relationship between the friends.
4. The new age quick relationships and instant break-ups sometimes thoughtful and sometimes foolishly, are explained well.
5. Though a love story, the consent of elders or parents or near\dear ones is shown gracefully.
6. The sociopath behaviour behind a smiling face of Ahaan is very interestingly written.
What I didn’t like:
The story is straight, without any twists and shockers. Hence, it may not appeal to people who look for twists and surprises in every story. Other than this, there is no such thing to dislike.
Characters are what the story is made up of. The more the strength of a character, the will be, the better the story’s narration. In this 75+ odd pages story, though there are a considerable number of characters every character has its own strength, space, scope, importance and timing.
The story is narrated in a third-person narrative, but the reader will instantly visualise himself \ herself as one of the characters who silently watches the story being played. The intrinsic depiction of every scene is so surreal that the story plays in front of the reader’s eyes very vividly. Be it a bar scene or a dinner party or even the loving place, the detailed narration is well carried out.
Language & Grammar:
An excellent and simple language with colloquial language constructs is used in the book. Though the story moves between adults, the language used is very accessible to the readers of any age group. A teenager also can read the story without any hesitation. In the era of YA stories or romantic fiction stories where the cult words are used rampantly, here author Vidisha has surprised me with the absence of a single word that falls under such category. Kudos to her for using such a neat language.
My Final Verdict:
A garland of love with knots and fixes!
Book Title: 4/5
Book Cover: 4/5
Inside the book: 4/5
Language & Grammar: 4/5
Final Rating: 4/5
Author's Note - Love Will Find You. How do you know you have fallen in love for real? You don’t. Sometimes it is perfect other times you realize it wasn’t the way you imagined it to be. There could be many reasons for it, different viewpoints, or different way of...
“Congratulations!” Trisha said smiling.
“Thank you and congratulations to you too,” Sid said pausing for a while. “I was just thinking this might be the last time we meet. So, if you want, we can go to a club and forget stressing about our future for some time.”
“I would love too,” Trisha said smiling.
Trisha and Sid stopped worrying about their future. They danced and drank as if there was no tomorrow. Finally, they sat down tired. They looked at each other. They knew it was time to go home. Sid put his arm around Trisha and kissed her.
“I am falling in love with you,” Trisha said, looking into Sid’s eyes.
“What?” Sid said, taken aback. “I will be right back.”
When Sid didn’t come, Trisha called him, but there was no response. Trisha was furious that he left her like that. Somehow, she reached home. She cried the entire night.
The next morning Trisha had a headache. She didn’t want to get up from the bed. She got it now, what love can do to people. Her heart was broken. After a lot of crying, she called Nisha.
“Hi, how are you Trisha?” Nisha asked.
Trisha could say nothing at first. “Not good.”
“Are you crying. What happened?” Nisha asked.
“I hate guys!” Trisha sniffled.
“What is going on?” Nisha asked.
“Remember Sid, he left me in the club all alone at 3 am in the morning,” Trisha said very upset. Then she told Nisha the whole story.
“Why would you tell him you love him?” asked Nisha.
“I don’t know, we were talking about his ex and me meeting guys. Then he suggested we go to a club, we danced. I have never had this much fun with a guy before. We had a few drinks and then he kissed me. It just came out. We were having so much fun together. You should have seen his face, he just got up and left. I thought we were friends. He could have said something,” Trisha said crying. “I even bought an expensive dress to go to the stupid wedding. We didn’t even stay there; he just took off after meeting his friend and his ex.”
“Oh Trisha, don’t you get it. He was still trying to get over his ex. He probably took you there to make her jealous, and when he saw that it didn’t work, he took off. Then you talked to him about moving back home and start meeting guys and at the same time, you agreed to go with him to a club. He must have thought you were fine with one last night of fun. Oh my god, he must have got a shock when you told him,” Nisha said and then started laughing.
“That is not funny, we did the same thing in Delhi and had an amazing time without the kissing part,” said Trisha.
“That time he was doing it for Farhan. This time it was different,” said Nisha. “Don’t worry, you will get over it with time. I can’t wait to tell Kiara.”
“Don’t you dare, I will tell her first,” said Trisha smiling at last. “Do you have her phone number. Her parents keep calling me up to find out if she is ok.”