RATING - 4.5/5
AUTHOR: Bhaavna Arora
PUBLISHER: Penguin Books
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bhaavna Arora is the bestselling author of The Deliberate Sinner and Mistress of Honour. Before her foray into writing, she was heading a business school as a director; she also trains students and professionals in leadership. She holds two management degrees and a Ph.D. in leadership from Pittsford University. A fourth-generation army kid, Bhaavna is a true patriot. She enjoys reading, traveling, swimming, horse riding, and sports, and has a weakness for big bikes and cars.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Is sex important when it comes to love?
Rihana is a painter who is trying to find inspiration in love. Zara is a businesswoman trying to make a niche for her company in a male-dominated world. While Rihana is fire, Zara is ice; Rihana is openly sensual, while Zara is more cautious with her heart – they are opposites that attract. They are different people bound together by their house – ‘Cupid’ – and their pet golden retriever, Tiger.
As they navigate their fulfilling careers and try to leave behind troubled pasts, they find solace in each other. But Tiger’s not the only male in their lives. Rihana finds herself a string of sexy men, while Zara emerges out of her shell and meets an actual prince who sweeps her off her feet. But can these relationships last? And what road will they take when love happens bi the way?
Bhaavna Arora’s latest book Love Bi The Way is yet another Best Seller. The story begins with two girls Rihana & Zara living in the same house with a dog named Tiger and they are ready to experience something thrilling. The plot of the story is unique and new and it focuses on the real love. There are some love making and humor in the story which will surely entertain you in the first half of the book.
But, very soon the story takes a U-turn with lost love, death and old memories where Bhaavna beautifully connects all the silly points like Snake phobia and Shoelace strings to a very strong thrilling history. The characterization in the book is what works as the backbone of the story. All the characters are different from each other, yet they have some common bond with each other.
“Love is like the truth – everyone has their own version. The heart has its own justification for love, especially the one the world denies.” – Quote from the book
Bhaavna has touched many social topics also in her book and has proved that sex is not important when it comes to love in a very beautiful way. I would like to recommend this book to everyone. It’s a MUST READ!