A story on true love and friendship.| book review on No More, No Less by Alisha Nandeshwar

No More, No Less is a sweet story of sassy, beautiful Pari and arrogant and handsome Sameer where they both meet at a gathering and we are not able to fade out the sparkle of love that has set their hearts in desire for each other.
This story is rustic with true emotions. Pari believes in love and weaves dreams of her prince charming. With her, Avinash & Riya have been her constants from childhood. Talking about friends as constant , the story gives us instances that make us believe in true friendship. The three friends share a pious bond, sometimes pulling legs and caring for each other in hard times. They promise to themselves, one thing , they would remain together till death. This bonding of friends is something we really wish for.

Love is something that gives you utmost reasons to admire the person. But no love comes easy and fairy. The love shared by Sameer & Pari has all the elements of a perfect love at first sight. But been living in a fairytale love, Pari starts doubting the circumstances.
Pari stops her self-questioning on her current life with Sameer when her mother make her believe in the magic of love. But will she break off her friendship for the sake of living the โ€œhappily ever afterโ€

For Sameer, it is only Pari that mainly matters. For the first time, he is living under the shade of true love and he does everything to make Pari special. The families grant their blessing.
With work, family & love on both his shoulders, can he balance them perfectly? Or there more twists for to be experienced? How far are they from their โ€œHappily Ever Afterโ€?

The narration is fluid. The story is detailed, perhaps you wouldnโ€™t get confused. The writing style is pretty modern. Thereโ€™s a beautiful familiarity of the real life and storyline. The book is smooth, just like oneโ€™s own story. There are editing erros too.

The characters could have been a little more descriptive. Riya and Avinash stay quite far and are bought into the story whenever thereโ€™s gathering, except the last few chapters of the book.

Nevertheless, readers with interest in pure romantic genre can give this book a read or the beginners would love the book. But, the people preferring erotic or romantic thrillers please abstain from reading.

Buy the book from the link: https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07PLJSP2J/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_QqpMFb3BPZ442

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