Love and Hate by Vidisha Chandna Dua

Love and Hate by Vidisha Chandna Dua
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Suspense/Mystery/Thriller, Romance, Contemporary
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

Many times in life we make choices, not based on logic but what we are feeling at that particular moment without realizing its effect that will have on others. Alia’s life is changed unexpectedly because of the choice she made. How is she going to bring her life on track again? Will love conquer hate or is that an impossible task?

Things that seem too good to be true generally deserve closer scrutiny.
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Alia was an intelligent and observant woman. I smiled at how quickly she noticed something was off about her new neighbor, Vikrant. He had such a smooth and charming personality that it would have been easy for her to ignore that little voice in her mind that warned her he might be too good to be true. The fact that she picked up on these signs immediately made me proud of her and curious to find out more about the parts of her past that she didn’t like to talk about.

It would have been helpful to have more character development, especially when it came to the villain. His reasons for stealing from so many people weren’t clear. Knowing why he knowingly chose to hurt others over and over again sure would have helped me to understand him better. He was such a one-dimensional character that I had trouble relating to him the way I did the other characters.

The mystery and romance elements of the plot blended so well together that I can’t decide which one to mention first.Both genres were represented simultaneously and equally in the plot. That was exactly what this tale needed in order to come alive in my imagination, so I’m pretty happy that the author allowed both of them to seep into every scene. It was interesting to see how they played off of each other, especially as Alia dug deeper into the mystery of what her new neighbor’s true intentions might be as well as how her feelings for him were evolving into something more than a friendship.

Anyone who has ever had mixed feelings about romance or dating might enjoy Love and Hate quite a bit.

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