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Accidentally In Love

3.32 of 5 stars 3.32  ·  rating details  ·  644 ratings  ·  33 reviews
Paperback, 224 pages
Published 2011 by Grapevine India Publishers
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~A Bold Attempt by such a Young Writer~
I knew I was reading the book from a girl's point of view. I was amazed with what I was reading. Hats off to Nikita for choosing such a bold subject.
No ... It's not crap. From the very beginning the reader is hooked. The language is quite fresh and relatable.
A fast paced book which can be read in one sitting. I enjoyed it thoroughly ... At times it is witty and at times the images which comes to the mind is quite intriguing which makes this an un-put-down-
Tejal Pardhy
I took this book from the stores with great expectations, considering Author being one of the best sellers of recent times. But, when I started reading it all expectations broke in a shudder.

This book missed a good story-line. Narration was pretty kiddish, with use of in-matured vocabulary. It is said- Writer is a replica of society, but these creations portray brutal image.

The message of the book is wired and I feel pity on mentality of both writer and readers, who make these baseless patchy
Sanrag Sood
Disappointing. The book had its moments, but for the most part of it, author was in her own fantasy world. The immaturity in her writing was abundantly visible throughout the book. Most parts of the book felt like cheap, erotic fiction.
Harry b nair
Tear this erotic porn book into 2 halves and burn it.IT will give you more fun rather than spending time on it.
Veena .
I had been reading some heavy books lately. So, to take a break I picked up this book which seemed to be a light read. This book is by Nikita Singh who had earlier written two books along with Durjoy Datta, namely, If It's Not Forever. It's Not Love. and Someone Like You. These books seemed to be a fairly good read and I did not understand why this one solo book by Nikita Singh would be any disappointment! I was so wrong! I wish the youngsters who are writing and have the privilege to get publis ...more
Mayank Kashyap
The title of the book has nothing to do with the main line story. It is somewhere related to Vatsala,who was the leading character in her first book and there is hardly 3 chapters which revolve around her. Overall, I believe it’s an average book and surely a one time read. If you like light stories with no high voltage drama then this is a book for you.
Ack! I never learn - terrible plot - did not enjoy this one at all. The cover was its saving grace - designed by one of my favourite illustrators, Jasjyot Singh Hans. AMAAAAZE COVER! The one star's just for that. I know - Ouch! Apart from that, yep, nothing remotely good about this one, folks.
Better waste your time watching some porn than read this piece of rubbish. If I had a gun, I'd have shot chavvi first n killed myself for buying this sluttish book. But all I did was tore this crap into pieces. I feel better now.
Pooja Jeevagan
Pretty easy and fun read...though the story didn't really have much in it..perfect gal's fairy tale (okie not gal, grown up gal...with lots of naughty ideas)

Basically the novel touched on a lot of parts Indian authors shy away from as in intimate details...would have been way better had there been more to it than intimate physical praises n fantasies...but I like the peppy way she writes in...moreover the side character of the novel, Vatsala, was the one I actually liked way more than the lead,
Naush S
Loved it totally! True love does exist even in glamour industry!!In love with Tushar! <3
King Sidharth
The Book has sex. Loads of it. Not the real, hot or sensual sex; but teenage, dreamy, it-must-be-like-it sex. Heck, leave the sex the whole story is a teenage girl dream. There is hardly any substance in the book.

Her writing style is gripping and honest. She knows how to handle a delicate situation and build up emotions. She has talent, which I hope she will use for something real soon.

A dreamy throw-away past-time Chick-Lit. Don’t expect much. A perfect commercial product for teenage girls.
Anmol Rawat
I was expecting more from it but it turned out to be a cliched one. Anyhow it is a simple love story with lots of problems that are pretty much real and exist in a relation. Nikita Singh has crafted those issues nicely and portrayed them from a girl's point of view. It do proves that girls are really unpredictable sometimes. I think girls will like this book more than guys as it defines their lives and their view points. But it was a nice read altogether. Don't expect much and you may find it ni ...more
Anand Kumar
Oct 13, 2014 Anand Kumar marked it as to-read
I picked up this book based on my experience with other books of same author. This one however is different. This book will definitely be more liked by young girls. The story is about a model who lives in Mumbai. It shows the open lifestyle of the girls in metro, and how she falls in love with a guy, with whom initially they had planned to be in a strictly physical no strings attached relationship.

Overall a nice read...
Copy of Friend with Benefits. Disappointed
not that interesting
Himanshu Shukla
The whole curiosity of reading a book from "nikita singh" vanishes all of a sudden when u gradually turn pages... Also at some point of time it feels quite a boring experience. The "when-will-it-finish" feeling creeps upon u when the reading task becomes quite a burden...
Although this will not affect my liking for Miss Nikita Singh's works...
Siddharth Chechani
it's nt upto the mark according the goodwill that nikita singh have. just an average fairy tale story with a happy ending. if it's nt forever is much more better then this one. story line up iss full of girlish talks which sometime meant to be irritative. just good for the sake of time pass . can't say worth reading.
Saurabh Khetan
Seriously speaking... i have lots of expectation from author nikita singh. but this book is full of crap, and very freaking attitude of the protagonist and concept which is shown in book is still not acceptable in India. i think author should also think about it.
Apr 13, 2012 Ankit added it
As per my basic writing skills, this book was really good to read. Never expected that nikita singh gonna turn out as such an awesome author. Accidentally in love ! "with your work" :)
Worst book from Nikita.Though it's a continuation of Love @Facebook the portrait of characters seems characterless. Didn't except this from Nikita.
It was just kind of ok..the story moves very slow and the end can be predicted..
Anvesh Jadav
Worst book ever :(
Good for girls. Tooooo slow story pace. Nothing in story.
Crap. I don't even want to waste words describing how crappy it was.
good story ... bt gets weird at some parts .. bt d story is awesome
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Jun 08, 2012 Aashna added it
Great story!
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Nikita Singh is the bestselling author of “Love @ Facebook” that released in May 2011.

Apart from being a prolific writer, she is also a voracious reader and has a deep interest in literature. She is doing her graduation in pharmacy. She is an expert in World History and has a special command on French Revolution.

At twenty, she is one of the youngest and most realistic writers in the country today.
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