‘Were You Ever Mine?’ By Abhishek Singh

About book: The theme of love is irresistible in Indian context. Sometimes we fear and the mourn the loss of relations that were not even close to us and love is that connection that often put you in muddling situation of love and hate.


The story is about two girls who happen to best friends at one point of time. They share their happiness and sorrows together until they fall in love with the same guy. Well, that love can’t be shared and hence they enter the stage of planning and plotting for achieving their love. Navya loves Akash and wants him in his life, even though she is married whereas Aditi likes Akash too and wants to be his better half.

Writing Style: The author through his simple and conversational style of writing attracts the attention of the reader and keeps them engaged. The language is simple and easily understandable. The characters of the novel are sketched as per the real characters and thus make it relatable.

Recommendations: The book is must read for the light readers and people interested in romantic read. The readers should grab their copy immediately for an interesting read on relations and their emotional journey of love and hatred.

About Author : Abhishek Singh is an author if two best selling novels , I.e. “The journey of uncommitted Love @Janshatabdi” and “Lost Love YA Last one “. All his books are inspired by real life incidents and therefore makes instant connection with the readers. He is working in Indian Automobile company and also associated with Rebel News India .

Author: Geetanjali

Creativity is my core skill, be that vision to see the world or to work towards something aesthetically, creativity exists in everything. I am an academician by profession and the creative person at heart. I am a poet and got my poems published by Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi inKavya Lehri and Kavyanjali. A writer who loves writing and has written for numerous magazines and newspapers. A Blogger who runs her own blog. An artist who works towards improving her skills every now and then. A traveller who knows learning is much more outside the classroom. As a leaner is never satisfied with his/ her work, I believe to utilize the gift of human birth to the fullest and enjoy the journey than attaining the destination.

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