A simple and wonderfully written novel, Mom And I Love A Terrorist: Can Love Happen With A Man In Dark? is a romantic thriller novel with Kelly as its main protagonist.
Summary of The Book
Kelly is a nineteen year old girl who lives with her single mom on the Island of Andaman. Her life suddenly turns upside down with the arrival of a black stranger. She finds it highly strange that the identity of this man is shrouded in mystery. Moreover, her mother is not too willing to disclose much about the stranger other than the fact that he is a family friend. Eventually, she finds her mother sneaking into the guest house one night. This leads to a turmoil of emotion in her as she is devastated by the fact that her mother was having an affair with this dark stranger. All this leads to a series of misunderstandings and she begins to feel isolated and frustrated in her own home.
Ricko, a college mate of Kelly’s, finds himself getting attracted to her while Kelly on the other hand, finds herself getting closer to Amaan, a boat maker. But there are some very haunting questions in her mind. Who is the black man and what is his relationship to Kelly’s mother? Will she be able to unveil the truth? Will a fatherless girl get her father back? Would Kelly be able to figure out her own feelings? Who is her dream man, Ricko or Amaan?
The novel, Mom And I Love A Terrorist: Can Love Happen With A Man In Dark? is a novel that answers these and many more questions while keeping the readers hooked at every turn. By easily blending romance with suspense, the author is able to create the right kind of aura and mystery around the characters. Though Kelly is the main protagonist, the author has invested a lot of time and effort in sketching the other characters as well, which adds to the rich reading experience of the readers.
About Leema Dhar
Leema Dhar is one of the young authors whose debut novel, Till We Meet Again, is a National bestseller. Her other works include For the Hundred Tomorrows and Kuch Lafz Naqab Mein. Dhar is a Humanities student at Allahabad University. She has been nominated for the Hindustan Times Women Achiever Awards and is a freelancer for numerous creative projects. She likes travelling, painting and singing, and also has a keen interest in psychology.
Leema really knows how to write and keep the suspense in the story till the end...
15 Dec, 2012
SUPERB WORK !!!
15 Oct, 2012
ONE OF THE FINEST WORKS OF PRESENT TIME!!!
19 Oct, 2012
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18 Dec, 2014
A lyrical experience!!!
27 Jul, 2014
Good Work, Leema you really know the heart out
8 Jul, 2014
Would you let me know?
13 Oct, 2013
Gud attempt as i say auther didnt reply on fb either is superb
25 Aug, 2013