Author :- Ritu Kakar
Length :- 150 pages
Format :- Paperback/Kindle
Genre. :- Romance / Women entrepreneurship.
Kaira is an independent girl, chasing her ambitions. Aveer is a strong-minded and successful entrepreneur, seeking expansion. When they get together to give wings to her venture, there are fireworks and a strange Chemistry between them. But there is something else walking along – kaira’s past. With drew’s presence looming large like the devil, kaira does not know how to accept her emotions for aveer. Her loved ones protect her from all harm fiercely, but will they succeed this time too? Amidst confusion of a promising future and the demons of the past, in trying to find faith and burying betrayal, and in the battle between kaira’s heart and her fears will love unexpected lead the way to happiness?.
“Love Unexpected”, the great (and fast) delightful book defines the idea that women can be strong, smart and accomplished no matter how hard she fall. .
This is a story of “Kaira Kapoor”, a sweet lovable, innocent yet strong headed successful businesswomen who’s wilfully prickly, irrational and sometimes clumsy too.
Kaira absolutely loved by everyone lives a happy go lucky life till she left heartbroken by Drew, Tasha’s brother. Heartbroken Kaira take some irrational steps and angers everyone. But as they say “You raise from your fall” Kaira accept her mistake and focus on her dream to run a cafe library. Unexpectedly she meets young, successful businessman “Aveer Mehra”. Kaira and Aveer story do start on wrong foot but hate to love is the best plot.
Author “Ritu kakar” creates a cocktail of family drama, relationship, friendship, success and on the nose messaging never to lose hope. Author stitch the story like travesty. It’s clever but little too neat. And it’s gets predictable little too early. Despite the obvious bumps, what keeps “Love Unexpected” afloat is the sincerity in its messaging, the characters and women entrepreneurship.
I loved the main character Kaira. She’s flawed and make huge mistake but I like that. The mistake is the “garam masala” to the story. I’m disappointed with the little story line of Aveer’s characters and his love story with Kaira but in climax I realized this is actually Kaira’s story.
P. S. : I loved the subplot “Tasha and Sam story” who I think deserves their own spin off.
It’s a good but but I love “One precious moment” by Ritu kakar more!
Thank you for the review copy @ritu.kakar mam!
Rating :- 4/5