My Love Never Faked Trust Me I Still Love You tells the story of Abhi and his girlfriend Priya, who have been together for five years and how they deal with Ellen, an American acquaintance, who draws Abhi’s attention.
Summary Of The Book
My Love Never Faked Trust Me I Still Love You, published in 2010, is a love story set in contemporary times. It revolves around a final year physiotherapy student Abhi, and his angel like girlfriend Priya who is pursuing her MBA. The story unfolds in a college setting. It shows how Abhi never gives any importance to Priya, and keeps doing things that hurt her. The girl loves him dearly, and forgives him every single time. However, she warns him that if he doesn’t correct his mistakes and change his notorious lifestyle, she would leave him forever. Abhi on the other hand, takes her for granted, and believes that she will never break up with him.
This complicated love story takes a major turn when Abhi’s acquaintance Ellen, a beautiful American girl, comes to meet him. His starts to develop feelings for her, though he knows that he deeply loves Priya. Lost in a maze of emotions, will the protagonist ruin his five year relationship to be with Ellen? Will he become physical with this American? Will Abhi’s decision to get a tattoo of Ellen’s name be the permanent end to his relationship with Priya?
My Love Never Faked Trust Me I Still Love You is Mahajan’s first novel, and it shows the kind of life youngsters lead. It highlights the struggles that young men and women face in today’s world. With the advent of the internet, relationships take a toll. Filled with incidents of confusion, mistrust, betrayal, love, forgiveness, and more, this is a love story with a twist. The author has included three pieces of poetry in the book. They are titled My Favorite Melted Ice cream, Open Window With A Closed Heart, and My Last Poem. This book has sold 80,000 copies in the year of its release.
About Nikhil Mahajan
Nikhil Mahajan, born in 1984, is a writer and a physiotherapist from Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir.
The author enjoys writing in a mix of Hindi and English, commonly referred to as Hinglish. As Long As I Love You was published in 2011, and A Little Love Incident came out in the next year. He also maintains a blog.
He graduated from Jammu College of Physiotherapy, and is now doing his post graduation from Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Ambala.
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