Everybody is in hunt for true love but finding true love requires sacrifice which demands for great amount of strength. In today’s world it is hard to find somebody who would forfeit his/her happiness for you. Those people are truly lucky who find their soul mates in form of true love.
This kind of love is portrayed in the book When It’s All About Love, written by a new author Prerana Jhawar.
The story talks about two people Priya and Gautam where; Priya is an enthusiastic, cheerful and lively person who fears the idea of falling in love. On the other hand, Gautam a smart, intelligent and vibrant person believes that in this world of imperfection he would find somebody who would be just right for him and will be there forever.
The time they both first meet, their heart feels a deep connection and cupid plays its role and they both are inseparably and unconditionally in love. For thing that made them strong is their ‘love’ for each other. One thing which they both believed in was each other. They were two people whose souls were connected. They always believed that “Even during the toughest of time, The never ending bliss is “us!”
But somewhere they knew the reality is something else.
Will they continue to be with each other? Or would accept the reality and keep the love locked in their heart forever?
A Bit About Author
Prerana Jhawar did MBA from Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur. A happy go lucky person by nature, who loves to chase her dream, and truly a scorpion as she does what her heart desires. Writing was always her passion and becoming an author was her dream. A quote which inspired her is “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world."
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