Kaira is an independent girl, chasing her ambitions. Aveer is a strong-minded and successful entrepreneur, seeking expansion. When they get together to give wings to her venture, there are fireworks and a strange chemistry between them. But there is something else walking along –Kaira’s past.
With Drew’s presence looming large like the devil, Kaira does not know how to accept her emotions for Aveer. Her loved ones protect her from all harm fiercely, but will they succeed this time too?
Amidst confusion of a promising future and the demons of the past, in trying to find faith and burying betrayal, and in the battle between Kaira’s heart and her fears will Love Unexpected lead the way to happiness?


Kaira Kapoor a young, ambitious and feisty girl runs her own Café library and was supposed to meet Aveer Mehra to work on a joint deal. But Kaira has past demons haunting her because of Drew who is her bestfriend and now sister-in-law Tasha’s brother; her past with Drew had been bothering her though it has been four years since those nasty experiences. Kaira is on cloud nine with the arrival of her niece Arshi but that also means frequent encounters with Drew. With a new relationship with Aveer waiting to bring back her lost joy, will Kaira be able to finally move on and accept a new relationship forms the rest of the story.
Though the title and blurb hint at a love triangle story of Kaira involving Drew and Aveer, the story is as much about Kaira and Tasha’s friendship from school days, their respective love stories and about their families. The story also touches Kaira’s entrepreneurial journey from the time she has the idea of setting up her own Café library to turning it into a reality and running it successfully. The cover is very pretty and attractive; the language simple and narration easy to follow. At less than 200 pages, this one makes for a quick read for a lazy afternoon.
Though overall the story is not new, it is the characters and their conversations that keep the reader engaged till the end. Kaira is the most lovable character followed by Aveer, as both the protagonists are sure to be liked by the reader; even their families have a certain charm and warmth. Aveer should have got more footage as his character gets prominence towards the end only. Also, the conflict which was there at the start was not continued into the later parts making the story predictable towards the end.
Overall, Love Unexpected makes for a sweet feel good story with aspects of love, friendship, families, heartbreak, entrepreneurship.

Ritu Kakar has been an avid reader, brought up in Mumbai, married in Delhi. She loves reading all about romance, drama and emotional upheavals. The fireworks in her marriage keep her heart young, helping her creative juices for romantic tales constantly. Her teenage children keep her at pace with the world. She is surrounded with love, positivity and a supportive family, always encouraging her towards her dreams and passion of writing.


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