The last love letter by Kulpreet Yadav #bookreview

🌟🌟🌟.5 STARS



Akash is devastated when his wife Nisha dies of cancer, leaving him all alone to raise their fouryear- old daughter, Sara. He finds it impossible to deal with the void in his life, and coping with the demands of being a single parent makes the situation worse. The crisis affects his professional life as well, which, too, takes an unexpected turn.

Subah is a painter who started hating men ever since she was dumped by her boyfriend for another woman. She runs an NGO that helps women whose lives have been ruined by abusive men.

When Akash meets Subah their lives change forever, but Akash is ridden with guilt as he finds himself getting closer to Subah. Can he be in love with two women at the same time? The Last Love Letter explores the contours of broken relationships and the meaning of commitment in modern India. The book discovers that love is neither about control nor surrender but a blessing that can only be experienced by listening to the heart.

About the Author

An ex-armed forces officer, KULPREET YADAV is an author of seven books, two e-books, and one collection of short stories. Shortlisted for prestigious writing awards and winner of the prize ‘Best Fiction Writer, 2018’ at the Gurgaon Literature Festival, Kulpreet lives in Delhi.

It’s a story about Aakash and subah . Aakash’s wife suddenly died because of cancer and his hope died with her , he felt alone and secluded from rest of the world because he loves her too much .

Subah is sweet girl but after her previous relation she don’t like men at all now . And now she don’t want to get into relation .

But slowly slowly they both started to fall in love with each other. Will they overcome their obstacles or not and fall fully or is it partial .

Can love happen twice ?

The story is very much complicated and that’s what makes this book soo much special because it felt true.

Language is simple and easy to read . A good book for romance lover . I love the cover soo much .

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