“Detailed observations of human behaviour and the complexity of human relationships…” – The Hindu
Jay’s grandparents came from vastly different backgrounds and fought against the world as they carved out a life for themselves – difficult, but beautiful. Today, in the twilight of their lives, when Jay sees their never-ending fights over petty matters, he wonders exactly when and how two persons fall out of love. Jay himself has found love in Tina, a girl from his college, and it is their first Valentine’s Day together. When a disaster strikes Jay on the morning of Valentine’s Day, what lessons on love and life will he end his day with?
Final Rating: 4.5/5
The cover looks beautiful. It justifies the title and the story in true sense.
The title is good for the story, as it is something which lay foundation for True love.
The blurb of the book describes the core of the story perfectly.
The story begins with the preparation of Valentine’s Day by Jay for his love, Tina. The protagonist Jay is a modern generation guy. At his home, there is always a war going on between his Grandparents for TV remote. The two love stories in the plot furthers perfectly together, one of Jay and Tina & one of the Grandparents.
Read this 30 minute story to know what happens in the End.
The characterization is done with perfect clarity. The Plot is quite realistic, and truly portrays the difference of yesteryear’s True Love and Today’s Love.
The language of the book is simple enough to connect with the readers.
Looking forward to read next part of “It’s all about Love series”.