Accidentally In Love

by Nikita Singh


3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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Chhavi Mukharjee has just settled into the cut-throat modelling industry when, all too soon, things begin to fall apart. When she meets Tushar, a successful photographer, sparks fly between them. But Chhavi doesn’t believe in love or commitment. They decide to carry on a no-strings-attached, open relationship. However, when she begins to miss him while he’s away, she knows it is something more than just passion!

218
English
Romance, Indian Writing, Genre

About The Author

Nikita Singh is an Indian novelist. She has written nine novels including If It’s Not Forever , [email protected] , Right Here Right Now , Accidentally in Love… With Him? Again? and The Unreasonable Fellows . In February 2013, Someone Like You, a book she co-wrote with Durjoy Datta, was released by Penguin India. It debuted at No. 5 at Hindustan Times Bestseller listNikita Singh was born in Patna, Bihar, where she spent the first four years of her life. She then relocated to Indore, where she went to primary school. She completed her schooling at Bridgeford School, Tupudana, Ranchi, in 2008. She graduated in pharmacy at the Acropolis Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research in Indore in 2012. She is currently pursuing Masters degree in creative writing from The New School, New York City


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1 review for Accidentally In Love

  1. 3 out of 5

    This story is about Chhavi Mukharjee, a young model, who r is going through a rough phase. And she’s wondering what she’d do if modeling assignments stop coming her way. Apart from the cut-throat competition which she has to encounter on a daily basis, she comes across Tushar, a successful photographer, who sweeps her off her feet. They fall head-over-heels in lust with each other.. The two of them are flooded with desire at first sight. It’s a relationship that is based purely on the passion that the two souls share for each other. Chhavi does not believe in love and so a relationship with no-strings-attached suits her just fine. She believes that a relationship without commitment or plans for the future, based on just passion, is for the best.As the story continues, Chhavi finds herself getting more and more attached to Tushar and she begins to enjoy her relationship for more than just the few moments of passion. One day, when Tushar leaves for work, Chhavi starts missing him and realizes that she has grown fond of him. Find out if Chhavi is able to confront Tushar with her feelings.The narration of the story is a basic Teenage chick-flick with no particular story-line.

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