Unloved In Love (The Story Of Imperfect People)~Rituparna Ghosh


“Unloved in Love” is the story of three people,Kiara, Kyle and Karan. Kiara Sen is intelligent, plays the guitar beautifully and has great friends in Saloni and Vinod. She is focussed on what she wants to achieve and is stubborn enough to fight for it. Yet, her mother’s constant criticism and nagging have left her feeling that she is not worthy of love and she suffers from low self-esteem. Kiara decides to start her own venture Bottoms’ Up, with her friend Saloni, fresh out of management school. The decision is partly due to her ambition and also to escape the matrimonial noose Kiara’s mother was insisting on. Kyle Wolf has had his life decided for him by birth. He is supposed to follow his father’s footsteps and take over Wolf Enterprises. He has been ambling along on that path until he meets Kiara and falls in love with her. Coming from a broken home Karan Shergill doesn’t believe in relationships or one-sided love. However, he too gets ensnared by Kiara. Despite all efforts to escape, he is unable to resist her magic.

To tell you the truth, when I first came across the book, I found the title a bit odd. “What do you mean by Unloved in love?” I mused to myself. However, once I started reading, I couldn’t stop myself from turning the pages and finished the book even before I realised! Written from the perspective of the three protagonists, Kiara, Karan and Kyle, you become privy to all their thoughts and emotions as the events unfold. For the same incident, you get to know intimately what each protagonist was thinking, you feel more involved with the characters as compared to a linear narrative. You are aware of each side of the story. The book has wry humour, the heartbreak feels as if your heart is breaking, the romance makes you sigh. This book is messy with emotions as I chuckled, laughed and cried in this book. Even though some might say, the end is predictable, it is not without its twists and turns, keeping you hooked.

The way the author has written the characters makes you root for all three to achieve their happy endings. Kyle, trapped by the expectations of his family and the path laid out for him, wants to break free but lacks the courage to go against his father. Karan, despite his playboy image, is sensitive and caring. His past makes him wary of relationships, which makes it difficult for him to stay and fight for the one woman he falls in love. I have to admit that Kiara was my favourite of the three. Kiara is someone most of us can relate too. She is a woman who is ambitious and yet full of insecurities. She doesn’t know her charm. She is so busy focussing on her supposed shortcomings that she forgets her own value and worth. Kiara, Kyle and Karan are people whom you might meet in real life, imperfect people. All three have their emotional baggage and insecurities, relationships are difficult for all three of them. They want to fight and hold on to their love, yet their self-doubts and lack of trust in their emotions, hold them back.

Only when I finished the book, I realised why the tittle was Unloved In Love. The book makes you believe in perfect endings. It makes you realise the fact that nothing comes easy, the path of love is strewn with ego, insecurities, self-doubt and heartbreak.


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27 thoughts on “Unloved In Love (The Story Of Imperfect People)~Rituparna Ghosh

  1. It looks like an Interesting read from your review. I did get an option to have a go at it. Will try to buy it now. Keep the beautiful work going. All the best.

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  2. The title is so intriguing that it seems like a compulsive read. Your review is so balanced and well represented that now it makes me read it as soon as possible. Thank you for the post and for sharing the information regarding the book.

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  3. Ah! A romantic book I would love to read only i feel they give me more false hopes so I stay away a bit. But this seems quite interesting..thanks for sharing and i loved the way you review.

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