First of all, a special thank you to Author paradise and Tushti Bhatia for this review copy.
Atul Shukla, a young, successful executive, has been arrested by the Gurgaon police. As he attempts to find some comfort in the dark
confines of his cell, Atul revisits his life and the six evenings that changed its course.
Eight years ago, while working in Bhopal, Atul had met the beautiful and intelligent Priya on a train, DDLJ style. When it turned out that she
was in his city for only six days, he decided to woo her in that fleeting period of time. But fate had other plans in store, and Atul and Priya were torn apart by lust and betrayal, seemingly forever.
Years later, Atul and Priya meet once again for six days, while they are both navigating the murky underbelly of the modern corporate world. And this time it’s not just their love at stake, but their careers, and their future as well. Will Atul
and Priya manage to give love a second chance?Or will corporate greed destroy their chance for a
Just Six Evenings is a modern-day tale of love, lust and ambition in a corporate India that shines at the expense of the dreams it tramples under its feet.
My Take on this Story :-
As this is Corporate based love story, it is readable for both teen age readers and middle aged readers.
Title and Book Cover is catchy and gives the overview of the story.
Prologue of this story is so strong that it binds readers till the end to find answers left in the beginning.
Language is simple but accentuating, One liners in the story makes the story interesting. Even the new readers would find it easy to go with.
Story starts with slow pace but at the end it takes perfect pace. At few places author has prolonged tbe description of corporate terms,otherwise it's a smooth read. Love story of Atul and Priya is cute and sweet. Evidents of Rama Lovely and Atul are funny and hilarious. Every Character has given importance.
Book Cover- 5/5
Character Justification- 3.5/5
Final rating- 4/5.