Book Review: Every Time It Rains by Nikita Singh

Today, in an all new session of THE READING ROOM, we are going to review Every time it rains by Nikita Singh

PLOT: 7/10

Verdict: 8/10

Love is a dangerous thing. It brings with it great joy, and opens you up to pain. But does one really have the courage to say no and look the other way? Laila is yet to recover from her painful past. Hurt, and untrusting of love, she is fully immersed in work, her only source of cheer. Her bakery franchise is very popular and she just might be able to go national, if she can pull off that big deal. Just when things are looking up, along comes JD, an impetuous, free-spirited creature to stir up the calm. He's her exact opposite. Laila's self-destructive, he's life-affirming. She's cautious, he's buoyant. But here's the thing: he makes her feel the very things she wanted to forget. Stirring a familiar passion she longed for but had lost the courage to pursue. They are irrepressibly drawn to each other but will she ever be able to trust him? Every Time It Rains is the story of every girl who has ever had her heart broken. And fallen in love again.



Every Time It Rains is an emotional ride, Every time Laila breaks down; you break down along with her because she has been narrated so well. You can feel her pain, her love, her story as if she is a part of you. The revelation, the friendship of Laila and Maahi, the role of Laila’s mother, the hardships of Laila and Maahi are so well connected that they become a part of you. This book is not just some crappy love story this book deals with some of the serious issues like marital rape. The way Nikita has managed to narrate this concept is something which shows that she has grown up as an author. Hope to see many more books like this from her in future.


I would give 8.5 out of 10.

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