Who says love can't happen after marriage - ???
I know his title raises curiosity in many of you. Please read and give your opinion. I would love to know.
As i mentioned i am crazy for books. Specially love stories. i know it sounds insane, but i do really like to read fictitious or nonfiction romantic books. I have huge collection of books.
But today i want to share The Book from my all time favorite Author Ravinder Singh. In fact i would like to say my reading hobbies start from his book only. Few year back during travelling i bought one book from station,and that was his book-"Of course I Love You". After that i can't stop reading books. I started collecting books and reading like crazy.
Today also i want to share his one book- "This love that feels Right" . I read this book last year. and want to share some thought of it with all of you.
This is story of Lady -Naina ,She fallen in love with a man who is not her husband.He is Arav,a good-looking gym fitness trainer. Who says love can't happen after marriage?? This happened to her. She had a usual married life with a successful businessman. She was not unhappy but still there was some emptiness in her life. She also met new friend at same gym-Manvika a TV Jurno. She has different aspect about her married life. She has husband but she believes in open relation.
The book is a replica to the present scenario of our society. We might avoid but we all know that it exists. "This Love That Feels Right" leaves the readers questioning their own beliefs.
There is one line in this book which i really loved. Manvika ask to Naina, "Why does a relationship tie a couple down and not set them free? " This questions must have different answers. Somewhere you will feel the reality clashes the story line.
While reading this book i never felt anything going wrong. This book is a thoroughly entertaining that touches upon the controversial topic of ‘open marriage system’. The story revolves around two young modern day women who takes up the courage to break free from the traditions and the societal norms to find their inner soul and love without boundaries. But are the concepts of open marriages and infidelity acceptable in a society like India which is rich with age-old customs and ancient traditions?
Awaiting for your opinions!!! Happy week end.