It’s the supreme power that decides that one made for you; all you do is create a deep desire of how you want him to be. They call him your soul-mate, but souls are meant to be set free. We all basically look for a mind-mate.
It hints us, brings him in front of us and sends us those positive signals. But when it comes to love we allow our heart to take the final decision, not allowing the mind to play its due role. From there on begins a journey of conflict, misinterpretations, and misunderstandings. Mr. Right is either missed or mistaken for Mr. Wrong.
Nisha Chandra, a strong headed girl, is lost in the same dilemma. Every time she meets a guy, she ends up realizing that he is Mr. Wrong. The conflict between her heart and mind goes on until she decides to go for a blind marriage. And then unfolds a dramatic journey towards her perceived Mr. Right.
About the story:
The protagonist of the story, Nisha Chandra, has been portrayed as a strong and confident girl. Throughout her journey, in the quest of finding the Mr. Right, she meets a few people but ends up being disappointed. Every guy turns out to be Mr. Wrong until she decides to get married. Her journey is full of twists and turns and gives a worthwhile read to the readers.
Writing & Narration:
The writing style of the authoress seems prompt. The narration of the story is appropriate as well. All the emotions have been portrayed beautifully. However, something still seemed missing in terms of editing and proofreading.
Title & Cover:
The title of the book is accurate and matches well with the story line. The cover is good but not too catchy.
- Good writing style
- Perfect characterization
- Amazing way to showcase emotions
- Proofreading & Editing could have been better
The story is a roller-coaster ride of different emotions. There is love, sadness, disappointment, and many other beautifully portrayed emotions. The connection of the readers with the book is apt. I would recommend it to every bibliophile.