Tied Hearts

“People are correct when they say I am as sensitive as girls. I can’t hold back my tears. I can shed them anywhere and everywhere. Emotionally I am feeble.”
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Thanx to the author, Vikram Singh

for giving me this beautiful book and SORRY for the delayed review.
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The story revolves around the protagonist, Veer. The story begins with Veer getting late for the new year’s party. He begs a handsome young stranger to give him a lift till Gateway Of India. Inadvertently he leaves his phone in the strangers car. When he realized his mistake, he called on his number and talked with the stranger. They decided to meet the next day and this idea brought a big change in their life.
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Veer is a graduate student perusing his MBA and Raj is a naive of Amritsar. Although, the two men were vastly different but still they didn’t took long to fall in love. Yes it’s a story of two men in love with each other.
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What is this relationship like?
Sis the relation work?
Were they happy together?
What were the problems they faced due to their homosexuality?
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It’s a bold topic and an interesting one. Do get the book and read the story. But before that read the review. Don’t forget to drop a ❀️ in the comment.
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Review:-
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πŸ’ First of all Hats off to the author for taking such an amazing topic for his book.
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πŸ’ Moving on to the cover I must say, the cover is beautiful with two hearts. Its simple yet justifies the cover of the book.
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πŸ’ The character and Love of Raj and veer are beautifully portrayed. I loved the concept and the whole story setting.
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πŸ’ The language is too simple. Its bold and readable. It’s what we call Simply awesome. Language is not difficult and it’s readable.
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πŸ’ The book is interesting. There is no such romance. It’s a simple read yet enjoyable read. But I must add it was a straight read without any twist and turn.
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πŸ’ I loved that author had used several places in the book Such as Kolkata, Delhi and Goa. It was pleasure reading about them.
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🌹Rating:- 🌟🌟🌟🌟
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