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November 29, 2020

Book Review: Love of my life by Rohit Sharma

Product details

Paperback: 280 pages

Publisher: Brosis Publishers and Distributors; First edition (2018)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 8193450256

ISBN-13: 978-8193450253

Package Dimensions: 22.4 x 13.2 x 6.4 cm


What is this book all about?

Pain, sometimes, is like Love . . .
It grows, until it becomes your Life.

Major Virat Singh Rajput was once a fearless Black Cat commando who had saved Mumbai from its venomous perpetrators. His life took a beautiful turn when he got engaged to Pratishtha Sachdev, the girl he had selflessly loved for the last fourteen years.
Everything was blissful, until one day Pratishtha mysteriously went missing. Virat, who was hailed as India’s hero, has now become a villain and is facing a certain death penalty.
Only one woman can save him.
Criminal Defence Lawyer Vaishnavi Pandit has not won her first six cases. She is adamant to win her seventh.
But, still, no one knows where Pratishtha is.
No one still knows what the motive behind Virat’s crime was.
The odds are heavily against Vaishnavi.
Let’s unfold together a deeply romantic and nail-biting story about true love, excruciating pain and lurid vengeance – a thrilling story about love and honesty, hatred and deceit, friendship and animosity, dark truths and hidden motive.


I have always loved thrillers and this is the first time I have ever tried reading romantic thriller and I had a great experience with the same. The best part what I liked is that the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in Mumbai Blasts were given a special tribute. The language has been simple and easy to understand. Choice of words in the middle of sentences and short romantic poetry impressed me a lot. This book portrays the story of Major Virat Singh Rajput and Pratishtha where Virat was in love with her however Pratishtha failed to understand his love and was always in love with Kabir. The love story did bored me to the core and just reminded me of a Bollywood flick. Virat and Pratishtha character is more of calm and composed. Kabir’s character had the perfect shade of a Bollywood villain. Vaishnavi’s character was for a very short period of time however her role impressed me at the same time.

After Pratishtha goes missing the thriller part gets interesting and keeps you hooked till the end. One more thing which I liked about this book is that Vaishnavi had the guts to tell Virat what her motive was to Virat. The epilogue part just made me emotional.


The fragrance of your memories will never fade away, For, you are in my heart, in my soul, in my breath….forever.

“Pain sometimes is like love.It grows, until it becomes your life.”


A page turner book for sure. If you love thriller and romance this is one book which I would recommend to everyone.

Rating: 4*/5

PS: Thank you to the author for this review copy.

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