Paridhi Mathur, dusky, beautiful, and single, is doing everything to keep her academic records high and her love life nil, but lady luck keeps frowning at her.
When she meets Abhigyan Ambastha, rich – devastatingly handsome, intense and sometimes curt, her resolve wavers. Despite regular warnings from her ever-suspicious heart, she inexplicably gets attracted towards him. But she would not let him trespass her soul.
Why? Is she scared of mendacious face of love her past has inflicted on her? Can Paridhi really trust Abhigyan? Will a blissful breeze of love ever kiss her heart?
A heart-warming saga of dreams and desires, We Will Meet Again promises to make you smile and cry at the same time. Hold on to your hearts before embarking on this roller coaster ride of emotions!
“Why? Why Paridhi? Why you always misjudge everything about me? I’m sick of it.” He pauses for a second as if to control his anger, and then proceeds, “I have always tried to make you happy. Sometimes, I feel stupid proving myself in front of you for I don’t know what I want to prove! I don’t understand why can’t you trust me?”
He closes his eyes for a second, and then says abruptly. “I love you, Pari. I love you so much! Why don’t you get this simple truth? Is that so difficult? I don’t…just don’t understand what’s wrong with you?” His tone grows irritable. “May I know what churns in your mind, all the time? No seriously,” he confronts.
Tarang Sinha is a freelance writer and editor. She is an avid reader and active Blogger. Her works have been published in magazines like Good Housekeeping India, Child India, Woman’s Era and Alive, and a bestselling anthology “Uff Ye Emotions 2”.
A science graduate, she holds a Diploma in Creative Writing in English from IGNOU.
‘We Will Meet Again…’ is her first novel.
“The emotion that can break your heart sometimes the very one that heals it.” – Nicholas Spark
First impression lasts for long, if we have a bad experience in a relationship, then it becomes hard to take any such relations positively afterwards. Isn’t it? There is always a fear for the history to repeat itself which makes a person resistant to it, and, hence results into a more suspicious behavior.
We will meet again
by Tarang Sinha
is a remarkable novel which depicts how tragic one’s life could be. The protagonist of the story is Paridhi Mathur, a post graduate student. Her life forced her into so many challenges which although made her strong and independent but also a happiness deprived person. Life, which is generally called a blessing can also be miserable for some, to an extent that they fear to cherish their good times. Paridhi lives with her father, sister and bua and is the eldest daughter of her family. She appears to be an introvert in nature. She is pursuing PG in mass communication and journalism from Delhi. She is a consistent performer in academics and tries her best to keep herself away from any unnecessary relationships. However, she has a best friend named Reet since UG times. Reet is getting married, Paridhi and Mini (her younger sister) manage to convince their father to allow them to attend the marriage in Jalandhar.
Reet’s house, like any other marriage house, is full of lights, colors and flowers. On the arrival day, Paridhi and Mini are also having fun and desserts, however, happiness and Paridhi’s fate doesn’t get along for a long time. She confronts, Abhigyan, the guy she met an accident with, some days back in Delhi when she was going to submit her project to the college in hurry. Every other girl at marriage seems to have a crush on Abhigyan, in fact, Paridhi also admits that he is a handsome guy, in her subconscious, however, she never liked him since the beginning. Abhigyan seems to be a smart and stubborn gentleman. He wants to extend the hand for friendship with Paridhi but for her, he is nothing other than a reason for her stress throughout the marriage. She gets irritated easily in his presence. The more she tries to avoid him, the more she has to face him which makes her annoyed and confused during the whole time spent at Jalandhar.
The reason for Paridhi’s repulsive behavior towards Abhigyan is just not because of the poor first impression created during the accident but it was her terrible past experience in a relationship which made so harsh and hard when it comes to men.
The story becomes mysterious when Abhigyan appears to be inclined towards Paridhi irrespective of her rude and blunt behavior. Now, the covert is, will Abhigyan be ever able to express his feelings to Paridhi? Will Paridhi be ever able to move on? Will she be ever able to understand Abhigyan’s love for her? In order to unleash the curtains, you need to read this book and I am sure you will never regret reading it. I would like to appreciate the author for her excellent efforts in maintaining the essence of the story till the last page of the book.
The setting of the story is so realistic that the reader gets empathetic with the Protagonist and feels fully indulged in the story till the end. The flow of the story is intrigued enough which persuades the reader to imagine beyond the boundaries of the story. All the characters in the story are well-developed and sounds way too real. I admire the character of Abhigyan, a man with high morale and patience. The language used is simple yet sophisticated which accounts to one of the aspects of a worthy novel.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. However, I felt that title could have been more exciting and precise, something which would have better suited the story line.
Why should one read this book?
For all those who are tough-luck and hopeless from their lives, looking for a source of hope and motivation, this book opens a door for you to stay hopeful and await by anticipating every possible twist which might change the definition of your fate.
Title: We will meet again
Publisher: Gargi Publishers
Year of Publication: 2016
To this in-escape-able read with breeze of love and suspense I give a 4 star rating. Recommended to all
This book was given to me by the Author in exchange for an honest review. I am glad to read and review it. The opinions expressed in the review are my own, and remain unbiased and uninfluenced. I have given a 4 star rating on Goodreads and Amazon as I felt nothing less than that would be fair.