One Precious Moment by Ritu Kakar

“Life does not stop the loving, it does not lessen the pain but it does make you want to grow either stronger with acceptance or it breaks you totally with dejection”

#blurb: One Precious Moment is a poignant and beautiful story of love and loss. It’s a story that teaches us that we are puppets in the hands of time being played at it’s will. Mira Singh, discovers her ability to re- bulid her life on her own terms after being played with by time. This is a story that will tug at your heart, and hopefully make you feel thankful for the life you lead.

Author: Ritu Kakar

Publisher: Generic

Pages: 142

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My Review: 🌟🌟🌟.5/5

The book is about Mira and Rahul who were madly in love with each other. They first met on a train when Mira was in the first year of college and Rahul was interning at a firm near her college. For the first few months they used to look at each other silently while their eyes spoke everything. When they finally got around talking they realized they were in love. Their parents also approved of their relationship and after Mira’s graduation they got married. They were very happy with each other and wanted to start a family. Everything seemed perfect like a dream come true but unfortunately destiny had other plans. Their life was going to turn upside down. All the happiness was going to flash away within seconds. What happened with Mira and Rahul? Did they have a happily ever after? If you want to know more then pick up the book.

It is a heartbreaking love story which makes you cry your eyes out. The story is short, heart-rending and can be finished within few hours. The language used is simple and easily understandable. The plot is beautiful yet devastating and makes you feel miserable for Mira. The sad truth of life has been beautifully portrayed by the author. I loved Mira who is smart and speaks her mind. She is not afraid of displeasing her boyfriend and speaks out what she feels is correct. She is a brave woman who pulled up her life together even after going through a tragedy. I did not quite enjoy the first part of the book as it looked like a cliché but I liked the second part. It is a perfect read for beginners trying out on romance novels. Also, be ready with tissues.

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