In Love With Simran – Kulpreet Yadav

The last book of Kulpreet Yadav’s that I read was The Last Love Letter.  After that beautiful and engrossing love story, One thing that I expected from a Kulpreet Yadav book is a strong female protagonist with a good background story. This book definitely delivers on that front. I was excited to read this book when I went through the synopsis of “In Love With Simran”.

The book is about Sanjana who loses her best friend Simran who was in love with a rich guy named Nik Sethi. Sanjana becomes certain that Nik was responsible for Simran’s death.  She wants to avenge her best friend’s death. So she develops a relationship with Nik and tries to find proof. But Nik finds out soon about Sanjana’s plan and throws her out of his life. But alas, she too fell in love with the killer. But she desperately wants to nail him and avenge Simran’s death. So she puts herself as bait and tries her best to capture him. Whether she succeeds or not is the rest of the story.

This book turned out to be an interesting read. I have always liked a book with murder in the first chapter. This book slowly builds up and makes you want to root for Sanjana. I especially liked the background story of Sanjana. A girl who’s lost her childhood because of her bad father finds her strength to live for her mother. And later, the compassion she feels for her best friend is so understandable because we often find friends to be like family when we miss out on good family love. The plot is intricate and the writing was simple to understand. It is one of those books which you would want to finish in one go. I would rate it 4/5. Please do read this one if you are looking forward to reading a good romantic thriller. Thanks Writers Club India for the review copy.

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