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Book Review: It's You Always and Forever by Kolagani Babu RP

It's You Always and Forever by Kolagani Babu RP is a nice book of love, romance, and relationship. The book sounds like a novel but a close look reveals that it consists of four long stories that can be read as independent novellas.

The main theme of the book is to seek a feeling called love that is essential in life which actuates and fosters relationship bonding in marriage. Another unique aspect about the book is to explore the absence of someone that leaves our life void and empty. If there is a great love and bonding between husband and wife or couples, when one goes away suffering is inevitable.

The book kicks off with a long love story called “Last Letter to My Sweetheart”. In this novella, we stumble upon the complicated love life of Varun. He is well settled in Germany with a child and wife named Sudha. However, his world upends when he finds an old letter from his childhood lover Nidhi. Will he go back to her or devise something unbelievable to win her back? Better you pick it up.

The next story is a romance one where two people meet on a journey on a cold night. It was a slow burn kind of story but it moves like a romantic movie. Third story is about the agony of separation among couples of cities who are well-settled in the corporate world. The last story is a way different, and it is mainly about relationship and family allegiance.

All the stories are brilliant with their stances, depicting the value and veracity of love in our lives. The book explores the futility that we get after losing loved ones in any circumstances. If you are a fan of romance and true love stories, probably you should consider reading this book.

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