Book Reviews

Love Connection Review


Title: Love Connection

Author: Meghana Sarathy

Published: July 26, 2016  by Partidge India

Genre: Fiction, New Adult, Romance

Reading Period: January 20-27, 2017

Rating: ★☆☆☆☆


I have a boyfriend, but he was never just my friend
I have a best friend, but he never became my boyfriend and he also has a girlfriend.
My heart is split into two parts where each part beats for a different person
I want to spend most of my time with my boyfriend-Linden
But, every second spent with my best friend- Brandon, feels like a lifetime.
I want to see my Linden always smiling
But, Brandon always brings a smile on my face.
Linden breathes life into me
But, Brandon makes my heart to beat
I am Jennifer Collins. This is the story of my life. It’s ugly, it’s beautiful, it’s filled with angst but the end is worth the turmoil.
You might like me, hate me, despise me or understand me
But you will get to live my story.
At the last I will ask you – Will you be able to choose between the two?

*** Due to sexual content recommended for adult readers only


I received a free digital copy of this book in exchange of RIRI under New Adult Book Club.

I was very much interested to read this book after reading the synopsis because I know that it is a twisted story. But while reading, I had to dragged myself to finish it. I started to hate the characters.

If Jennifer truly love Linden and Brandon loves Rosie, they wouldn’t cheat on them. They wouldn’t have agreed on fubu.

Jennifer doesn’t love Linden. Why? Because she’s keeps their relationship because she’s just comfortable with Linden and thought that she love him. Their relationship became convenient to both them. Same goes with Brandon and Rosie.

Definitely, Jennifer and Brandon love each other but they have to repress their feelings and keep to their selves their feelings because they don’t want and afraid to ruin their friendship.

I understand why Linden acts that way towards Brandon. He loves Jennifer and threatened. If only, both them fight for their feelings the ending is different.

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