Over the years, I have read so many Romance and Rom-Coms novels, that I have lost count now (And oh! Yeah, this says that I’m a sucker for Romantic Fictions)… Love, Take Two is a Bollywood Romantic Comedy. The book revolves around 3 different love stories developing simultaneously.
Publication Date: August 13th, 2018
Page Count: 240
Opening Sentence: In an uncertain century, in a rough land, the village of Takht Hazara nurtured a young man called Dheedo Ranjha.
Meet handsome, funny and quirky as hell, Protagonist Vikram Behl, always a charmer! Vicky is from the very influential background of Bollywood… Kritika, his romantic interest, on the other hand, left her home and struggled a lot to be in the place where she is now. Kritika is always cautious of her approach towards life and career. They both are brought together on the sets of Sudarshana’s movie adaptation of Heer Ranjha
Sudarshna is the Director of the movie adaptation of Heer Ranjha, and who intimidates her co-worker with her No-Nonsense-and-do-what-I-say attitude. But she finds her match in equally headstrong Arun, the cinematographer of her movie. They both can’t stand each other, yet they find half of each in the other.
And the connection the two love stories have is of an evergreen Love story of Heer Ranjha, which works as a glue for these two couples. The story of Heer Ranjha’s adaptation ‘Ranjha Ranjha’ is evergreen and beautiful but with a twist to surprise you all.
Romance books are my guilty pleasure and I am always a little loopy after finishing them. Although I’m not a very big fan of any Romance authors per say, but yeah, I am a very happy person after reading Love, Take Two by Saranya Rai. I enjoyed it so much mainly because it was so funny and it had a whisper of sensuality to it. Unlike other books in this genre, the relationship between the two of them doesn’t eclipse their everyday lives.
Love, Take Two by Saranya Rai is very fast paced, mostly because it has the fun element which keeps you glued till the last page, and the narration smooth and whimsical. Although there were quite a few characters in the story which were really really good, all of them, But the main focus of the story was Kritika and Vicky. My favorite character is no doubt Vikram Behl (God! I am still swooning over him)
It’s a total time pass read. You wouldn’t even realize when you flew through the book. A must read for all romance genre lovers.
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