Book Review: Yours Forever by Nimmu

Book Name: Yours Forever
Author: Nimmu
Publisher: Fingerprint
Review: 3.8/5

Book Blurb: What happens when you fall in love with someone who has vowed to never love again?

Sneha’s luck is cursed. What she had anticipated to be a joyous ride into her residency, turns into a scene from hell when the man she had an altercation with on her first day, turns out to be her supervisor, Dr. Shiva a.k.a. Dr. Hothead a.k.a. The Ice King. And just when she thinks life can’t get any worse than this, the unthinkable happens. She falls in love with him!

From a man she loathes, Shiva turns into the love of her life.

But he has had enough of heartbreaks to last him a lifetime. Even though enamored by the endearing and beautiful Sneha, he is still resolved to love no more.

As Shiva coldly casts Sneha out of his life, will Sneha meekly listen, never to appear in front of him again? Or will her love manage to melt Shiva’s impenetrable heart?

So begins Yours Forever, a heart-wrenching story about passion, heartbreaks and love that crosses paths with long-buried truths and unexpected tragedies.

Battered at every turn, will Shiva and Sneha’s love last forever?

Review: Nimmu’s medical drama ‘Yours Forever’ is an intriguing little work and may not generate sufficient interest in the first few chapters. However, if you can manage to persevere and get through the harrowing, cliched first few chapters, you’re in for a treat.

The plot revolves around two protagonists, Sneha and Shiva, both from the medical fraternity. Sneha is charmed by the stern and older Shiva who doesn’t notice her existence at first.

The plot thickens in the middle of the book and after a horrible experience, Sneha is charred for life. It is during this period that she and Shiva manage to get close but the relationship has its own tests. The medical part is well described and even experts won’t find anything amiss. There is enough material here to hold the reader’s attention.

A unique take on love through the eyes of the medical community, it is a well-written novel. Sort of reminds you of Danielle Steel’s works. The romance is just the right dose and the plot is well researched. There is a big twist as well which will come as a surprise for the readers.

Yours Forever has something for everything- romance, drama, and a good ending that satisfies all.

The book is written in colloquial English but unlike other contemporary authors, Nimmu’s language skills are quite good.

The cover is too gaudy for my liking but the text is brilliant. Nimmu hasn’t gone overboard and her passive narrative is just right for this kind of book.

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