Book Reviews

Book Review: Against All Odds by Jazz Singh

The Blurb
The first time they collide, he thinks she’s a con artist, she believes he’s an arrogant snob.

It takes several meetings to change their minds about each other, but eventually, Abhimanyu and Sanjana strike up a friendship that seems destined to turn into something more. He’s a rich successful businessman, however, and she’s a small-town girl who doesn’t fit into his glittering world; a fact that Abhimanyu’s mother has taken pains to point out.

Will they ever overcome the odds, or are their lives on parallel tracks, never destined to cross?

My Review

Against All Odds by Jazz Singh is a simple, sweet, and beautiful little story that is sure to warm your hearts. While the plot is one that has been portrayed and written about several times, Jazz writes her story with a freshness that sets it apart from works having a similar theme.

In the beginning, I thought the story moved a little too fast. But towards the end you fall in step with the author’s line of thought and some may even want to go back and start reading the book again. I loved all her characters and the way she has described them. My favorite amongst all her characters in this book is Abhimanyu, not just for the very obvious reasons but also because Jazz has portrayed him beautifully – his charm comes right out of your reading device and grips your heart! Very close was Sanjana. Although she has portrayed like many small-town characters in our Bollywood movies, Jazz weaves her in the story in a way that you absolutely like her very much.

This one is very definitely a must read of all romance-novel fans. Short, sweet, and simple, it is a perfect Sunday read!

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