Review of “Man of her Match”

man of her match

Blurb:

Kicked off the team for a series of misdemeanours, Indian cricket’s bad boy Vikram Walia finally has a chance at redemption. The only problem: it involves collaborating with his childhood best friend turned sworn enemy, Nidhi Marwah.

Once a tomboy, now a gorgeous, self-assured marketing professional, Nidhi must put aside her personal dislike of Vikram and leverage his unparalleled fame and poster-boy good looks for her latest campaign.

But the ensuing battle of sardonic jibes and veiled slurs only heightens their blazing chemistry. Soon memories of their past fill their present, pulling them back to that fateful day when a heartless act destroyed their friendship.

Can Vikram and Nidhi put their stormy history behind them? Will their partnership have a second innings?

My thoughts: 

First of all, I just need to say that I loved this book a lot. It totally uplifted my mood. I bought this book months ago, and I don’t know why but somehow I was never too eager to read this. And now I totally regret not reading this the day I bought it. Its a lovely book and I was so engrossed in reading that I finished the whole book in one go.

After reading the book I am totally in love with Vikram. He is so adorable and so funny and sooooo cute. What I loved most about the book is the friendship between Vikram and Nidhi. The way they always supported each other and wouldn’t mind throwing some punches, just to protect their best friend simply moved me. Mind you, it’s not only Vikram who is ready to defend his friend but Nidhi can also punch anyone who would try to say anything rubbish about Vikram.

I have a hypothetical question to you guys. If given a choice who would you choose your best friend or love of your life? Very difficult question, right! But now imagine your best friend and love of your life is the same person. Very few of us are that lucky. So imagine how would anyone feel, if you get to lose that one person.

That is what this book is about. It’s about about love and friendship and the pain you go through on losing your best friend. This book is so simple yet so beautiful. I am in love with this book and I am sure if you will read this book, you will love it too.

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