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The bond that is forged in an ice skating rink and made stronger over many tea and coffee breaks at work, eventually turns crazy when love sneaks in.
Meera, the carefree and successful fashion blogger, falls in love with her khadoos best friend, Ishaan. Walking together, falling together, getting up together – somewhere they find their destination, only to realise that the journey itself was far better.
I Think I am in Love is a story of finding friendship, chasing love, nurturing dreams, and striking a balance between all of them. A story of true love trying to find a way, narrated straight from the heart.
From the Publisher
1. How would you introduce your latest book, I Think I Am in Love?
Devanshi: I would say it is one part of my heart which is narrated without any filters. This is my fifth book, which comes after all the love that readers had showered on No Matter What I Do and Imperfect Misfits.
The story revolves around two diametrically opposite, millennial characters, Meera and Ishaan. Meera, being the breeze of fresh air, makes mistakes, falls down but is strong enough to gather herself and stand stronger. Ishaan, on the other hand, is calm, mature and evidently khadoos. Their conversations start over tea and coffee breaks at work and become a story that was worth sharing. I Think I am in Love is a story about how their friendship evolves, how their dreams develop and how their love stands out.
If you are someone who believes people can never be perfect, but relations can be, then this is the story for you!
2. Has the story of I Think I am in Love been inspired from real life?
Devanshi: As a writer, I’ve always believed that fiction of all genres is the most real. This certainly is because it is inspired greatly by observations, atmosphere and people around you. Yes, I Think I am in Love is inspired by some of the most interesting people I’ve met, and some of the most interesting places I’ve visited. The characters of Kavya and Utkarsh are inspired from people in my life, which for sure have made the story extremely relatable and real.
3. What’s the story behind the title?
Devanshi: People say the younger generation isn’t clear about the concept of love, or the person they want to spend their lives with. I feel there is absolutely no problem with that. In fact, I think it is a bane for us to take time to think of the person we want to spend our lives with and meet new people to explore who ‘The One’ is.
The story, as the title suggests, revolves around figuring out relationships and friendships and therefore, suggests that you should be sure before you settle with one person for a lifetime. So, the title firmly suggests that it is okay to be confused and it is okay to figure out what you want as you go on in life.
4. What message do you intend to send out to your readers through this book?
Devanshi: Through Meera’s journey, through Ishaan’s love and through the course of this book, here are a few things I’d want my readers to take away from the book:
1. Give yourself some space to figure out what you really want from life.
2. Chase your dreams, no matter what.
3. Never leave a trek in your life incomplete.
4. Never change yourself for the sake of others.
PS: Of course, never grow up, till you feel there is a need to!
5. All 3 of your books are very different from each other. What should we expect from your next?
Devanshi: I believe that suspense makes the journey all the more interesting. So, read up I Think I Am in Love to know about the next!