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I have grown up reading Durjoy Datta's books. Since college I have been crazy about his books and his deep dimples that make my heart tickle! And not just his dimples, the simplicity with which he writes his books, targeting regular but major problems of our society always leaves me in awe. Nothing can compete with the feeling of belonging that Durjoy's books give you. Aisha, a late bloomer and a scholar, is busy figuring out her life just like a regular teenager. Sex, masturbation, boys, keeping up with grades and school politics keep her busy.
Daniel Bonds, the Duke of Ravenwood, is a thrill-seeking antiquities hunter who only plays by one rule: Never fall in love. But when a priceless relic is stolen from the British Museum, the rivals must align forces.
Racing to recover the stolen antiquity and avert an international disaster? Avoiding their buried feelings? More and more impossible. For love is about to become the greatest treasure of all. The grand adventure begins…now!
From what I gathered from reviews, the heroine is a girl gone bad who starts a no strings attached relationship with a sexy Brit. As one does.
It does sound like a really fun read though. Have you ever set out to have a one night stand with a sexy stranger?
Just kidding, I would never. Not usually. But then I figured, why not? No job.
No boyfriend. A reward for being good. Sure, a new pair of shoes would be more appropriate, but Mr.
Sexy Stranger is more appealing. Every American woman has a hot British guy fantasy.
Well, most do. Except… You know that saying about best-laid plans? Readers say this one is a rather charming read, while others expressed difficulty getting into the story at first.
It has a 4. In not far away circle of society, Danish is a regular 23 year old boy who is busy trying to pass his final year exams of psychology, a failure and someone who is sure that he will end up as a nobody. His life and its miniscule acheivements are overshadowed by his seed-funded-startup-founder-brother whom he loves more than his life.
Life takes a turn when Danish is coerced by his parents to take a job as a student counselor in Aisha's school to help out teenagers with their experimental phase.
There he meets Aisha and helps her in figuring out what she wants in her life. Along with her, Danish starts to enjoy the work.
But then, fate plays a dirty hand and threatens to destroy Aisha's image and Danish's love for her. An impossible love.. Our Impossible Love is a book that has everything that a good romantic peppy story needs. From a hero to a villain to an not-so-innocent girl, some sleazy twists and time to time lessons to be learnt from it. The book turned out to a really good read for me.
My favorite character turned out to be the good old sweetheart Danish, who is always there for Aisha, for good and for bad. From guiding her towards the right direction to taking her out on mock dates so that she can practice, Danish is straight out of a girl's fantasy of dating a real man, rather than boy who has his one hand down his pants.
The story of Our Impossible Love is really engaging and as always, Durjoy Datta's writing is flawless. The issues highlighted are something that one would take notice of, the societal pressure our teenagers face these days, the quick judgement society passes without weighing pros and cons. A little ray of light was a glimpse into parents which are supportive of their children's decision, which was again something that i haven't read in a long time, something which was like a breathe of fresh air.
Though i felt that the climax was dragged a little bit, but that is something which can be easily ignored.
Another thing to admire in the book was authenticity of the characters. Best example of it is in the first chapter of the book! The pain felt as if i had given birth to a sixteen-wheel trailer. I pulled out the last tissue from the box and dabbed the blood off my thighs and the toilet seat.