Tied Hearts

Thank you Vikram Singh for the review copy.

Blurb

It all happened on the New year’s eve of the year 2013. Raj was going somewhere when he met Veer, who needed a lift in Raj’s car. Veer is pursuing his MBA degree where as Raj is from Amritsar. When Veer reached his destination, he suddenly realises that by mistake he forgot his mobile phone within the car. Immediatly he dialed his own number, but got relieved when he came to know that his phone is with Raj and is absolutely safe. So the next day they planned to met again in order to get back his phone. Eventually, both the guys fall for each other. Gradually as the story progresses, they come close and despite having many difficulties, they enjoyed their love life.

But soon as time passes by, misunderstandings and some other hardships started popping up. Will their relationship come to an end? Or will they be together for rest of their life? Will they be successful to prove their love to the society where homosexuality is considered as a taboo? Read the book… I won’t tell you anymore.

Review

First of all a big and a heart full thanks to the author for writing such a beautiful love story between two human beings of the same sex. The book falls in the romantic genre where the love story belongs to the LGBTQ community of the society. The language and the narration used by the author is very simple and lucid. I really liked the cover page which perfectly suits with the title and the main essence of the story.

The author did a marvelous job in beautifully describing the love story between two men. The way he described how those two men liked each other, their liking, their disliking, everything deserves a hats off. The pace of the story is absolutely perfect and the character development is wonderful. The storyline is so interesting that one would definitely finish the entire book in a one single read. Overall, a very good read.

Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐/🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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