Was It Love?

Thank you The Bookoholics for the review copy.


Leila Rajput is a young girl, struggling with life and relationships, dealing with the trauma of a past life-event. Unaware of her true potential, she has almost given up on life, till she meets this dynamic, near-perfect Vikrant Rao via internet. He identifies her potential and offers her a strange arrangement to be her mentor.
He teaches her the basics of life, makes her realize her dreams and helps her in achieving them step by step. Under his guidance, she evolves into a confident and independent woman. They eventually fall in love and Vikrant relocates to her city, where he meets her friend Maya. While he solves Maya’s life conflicts and helps her elope with Shahan, he charges a fee none could ever imagine.
Is Vikrant a villain or a victim of greed? Did he truly love Leila or was she just a puppet to reach his next victim?
Was it Love? is a story of Leila’s journey through emotions, trials, betrayal and the devil called love.

About the Author

Neha Sultania belongs to a culturally rich Punjabi family that originally hails from undivided India, now Pakistan.
After her post-graduation in Business Administration, she took up banking as her career choice. A creative bent of mind has made her inclination strongly towards storytelling and poetry. Interest in mysteries and mystical nature of the universe has also made her wander into the deep occult sciences, making her a student of Vedic astrology.


  • Cover is pretty.
  • The book didn’t meet my expectations as a thriller.
  • Narration is nice.
  • Vocabulary must be improved.
  • Despite the plot being nice, the storyline seemed more like a character description.
  • Beginning is slow and monotonous including the chats but slowly gains pace.

Rating: ⭐✨/🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Book link

Was it Love? https://www.amazon.in/dp/9387022307/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ljnFCb3ZTC9ZP


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