Book Review: Second Chance at Love

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I had walked into a Crossword outlet and was just browsing around. Suddenly, this title in the New Releases section caught my attention and I got interested in it. The name of the book  – Second Chance at Love by Ruchita Misra. I just picked up the book on a whim and it was a complete impulse buy. Did I know it would be a journey with two characters I would fall in love with? No, not in the least.

Bindiya Saran is a cheerful lively girl, but with a troubled past. Samar ‘Satan’ Chauhan is the strict corporate professional whom no one can please, with an even more troubled past. Their worlds collide when they start working on a project together. And they get what they thought they would never get: a second chance at love. But, little do they know that they have a storm brewing that could separate them forever.

I loved the book from the first page to the last. The characters are shown as real people with real faults, they are endearingly human. The story is told in a beautiful and simplistic manner. Each character has an important part in the story and they are etched into the story beautifully. Samar and Bindiya touched my heart with the real, genuine human beings they are and I identified with them. After a long time, I cried while reading a book.

This book is totally a must read for everyone.


2 Replies to “Book Review: Second Chance at Love”

  1. Hi,
    This is Vibha Batra, an author based in Chennai.
    My latest novel, Glitter and Gloss, a romantic comedy, has just been published by Bloomsbury. Please let me know if a review/author chat will be possible? The publishers will send the review copy across.
    Have attached a high resolution pic of the cover as well as my photo.

    Author Profile
    Vibha Batra is an advertising consultant, author, poet, lyricist, translator, travel writer, playwright, script writer and columnist. Her published books include: Glitter and Gloss, The Activist and The Capitalist, Sweet Sixteen (Yeah, Right!), Seventeen and Done (You Bet!) , Eighteen and Wiser (Not Quite!) – a YA trilogy published by Penguin, Ishaavaasya Upanishad , a translation of her grandfather, the late Shri Vishnu Kant Shastri’s book published by Rupa Publications, Tongue-in-cheek, a collection of poetry , and two short story collections, A Twist of Lime and Family Crossword. She has also contributed short stories and poems to several anthologies.

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