Done With Her by Chirasree Bose

“Love doesn’t lead to obsession.Lust does”

#blurb: A gripping tale of love, lust, obsession and murder. It’s a kick in the guts. Love that’s raw, lust that’s insane and obsession that’s frantically irresistible. Twists will keep you on the edge while the truth will stab at your subconscious. Avesh Mathur, a techie stumbles upon the enchanting and sultry Spreeha at work. Every man in his office wants to have her. But he is struck with horror. She happens to resemble a girl from his past. The past that he’d do anything to keep under wraps. Spreeha lives next door to Avesh. She watches him furtively day and night even though she has a lover. He intrigues her, however, she’s not done with her lover. She wants them both because they remind her of someone. What tragedy awaits Avesh? Is the girl he’s madly falling for as beautiful on the inside as on the outside? Will he finally have to face the frightening truth that he’s been stashing for two years?

Author: Chirasree Bose

Publisher: Evincepub Publishing

Pages: 98

I received a copy of the book through The Book Genie Review Program

Buy it here: https://amzn.to/2YNh3ch

My Review: 🌟🌟🌟/5

The book revolves around five main characters Avesh, Spreeha, Chanda, Vrijen and Dheeraj. Spreeha is a girl working in Avesh’s company who resembles another girl named Chanda from his dark past. Avesh is shocked by the resemblance but Vrijen who works in HR in the same company assures him that Spreeha is not Chanda as he did background check before hiring her. Avesh gets distressed when he finds out that Spreeha is his neighbor but despite the fear he starts getting attracted to her. What he does not know is that a shocking turn of events is going to destroy his life forever. Moreover his friends Vrijen and Dheeraj also won’t be spared. Who is Chanda? What is the dark past? Why is Avesh afraid of Spreeha’s resemblance to Chanda?

It is a short, fast paced read and can be finished within an hour. The story is engrossing and keeps you interested till the end. There are small twists and turns which will amaze you. The language used is simple and easily understandable. The thing which I liked most about the book is that it conveys a social message to all the women out there; we need to raise our voice and fight back against the wrong. Also it talks about love and relationships and points out how love can be boundless and immortal. So if you are starting out on reading thrillers you can give this book a go.

Buy it here: https://amzn.to/2YNh3ch

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