Book Review: The Last Love Letter

Book: The Last Love Letter
Author: Kulpreet Yadav
Genre: Romance
Publisher: Rupa Publication
Book cover of The Last Love letterI am late…. very very late in putting up the review of this book, the first in romance genre by Kulpreet Yadav. Most of his books are crime thrillers. I have read just one though and enjoyed reading it.

The Last Love Letter is the story of a single father who hasn’t gotten over the death of his first love and a young artist who having experienced bad heartbreak has sworn off men.

The two lead characters Akash and Subah engrossed in their own world, happen to cross paths when Subah is trying to put her paintings for exhibition and Akash is trying to kick start his fledgling start-up. A rocky start to their acquaintance gradually turns into a reliable friendship. The love blossoms ever so gently.

The story describes very well the mental state of Akash after losing his beloved wife… his struggle to concentrate on work as a result and his difficulty in bringing up a daughter alone. Subah’s hatred towards men has been much written too and her gradual acceptance of her feelings towards Akash is aptly described as is Akash’s bafflement towards Subah’s initial behavior.

While the story moves smoothly and the falling in love of two characters seems an obvious progression, I found myself annoyed a bit with Subah’s hatred towards men. While justified, I sill think her reaction was little too much….but then that goes on to say that the story convinced me of the characterization of this girl. On the other hand the love of Akash for his dead wife was so heartwarming. Who wouldn’t want a partner so much in love with them?

I liked this story much better than the thriller ‘The Girl Who Loved a Pirate’ by Kulpreet Yadav. There is an easy flow to the story and no forced conclusions. There is no unnecessary inclusion of steamy scenes just to lure the readers. A wonderfully written lovable love story this one.

But who writes the last love letter?

Read the book to find more.

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About Shoma Abhyankar

I believe "Life is short and the world is wide"and travel is best possible solution to make the best of this life. I am Shoma Abhyankar. Welcome to ASTONISHING INDIA.
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