COME FALL IN LOVE ALL OVER AGAIN

One of the most classic combinations of romance has always been a cup of coffee and a good romantic novel.

Speaking of romance recently Harlequin, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers India in association with Costa Coffee launched ‘Like a Love Song’ by none other than Nikita Singh.

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Nikita Singh is the bestselling author of eight novels, including After All This Time, The Promise and Someone Like You, as well as a contributing author to books in The Backbenchers series. She is the editor of the collections of short stories 25 Strokes of Kindness and The Turning Point.
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Nikita was born in Patna and raised in Indore, where she was brought up in a home of voracious readers. After graduating from college, she worked with publishers in Delhi as an editor and publishing manager. In 2013, she received a Live India Young Achievers Award. She is currently an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at The New School in New York City. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram (@singh_nikita) or on Facebook.

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Nikita a young, bubbly girl with stars in her eyes narrated a few lines from the book that left everyone spellbound. Here is the extract she read:

“Love is a many-flavoured thing: it can go from vanilla to rainbow sprinkles in the blink of an eye. 

Four years ago, Maahi’s heart was broken into so many pieces that it looked like she might never put it back together again. Yet time has healed her wounds, and she has found her true calling – and even a dash of romance. But when the past comes knocking on her door, threatening to shatter a life she has carefully rebuilt, her world is turned upside-down.

Emotionally charged and vivid, Like a Love Song is about the sort of love that consumes and sears you … and the healing powers of true passion.”

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Fiction | Paperback | Rs 175/-

You can check out the website here.

Review Credit – Deviyani Srivastava

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