Book Title: Manhattan Courtship Author: Prithiv Chandar Format: Paper Back Total Number of Pages: 204 Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers Publishing Date: 15th Dec 2017 ISBN-10: 9387538370 ISBN-13: 978-9387538375
Ryan Kramer could have effectively picked an alternate life, however he expected to encounter his underlying years working as a realtor. Amy Emerson was new to Manhattan and didn't comprehend that she would wind up at Ryan's service. Ryan builds up a crush for Amy even before meeting her legitimately. Yet it wasn't past the point of no return for her to comprehend that Ryan felt weak at the knees over her. However, they by one means or another end up sitting at the dinner table sipping wine. Anything could have occurred on the night of the date, however what did truly happen? What are the potential chances of them getting to be noticeably acquainted with each other?
Starting from the title "Manhattan courtship" and the cover is perfect which suits the according to the story. Manhattan Courtship is a beautiful tale of modern relationships, and a young man's battle to overcome his terrible loss and find love again.
This is the story of protagonist Ryan Kramer who is a Real Estate Agent. The story is about a second chance in love,after the death of his girlfriend Jenny. After a long time his old friend Paul Decker contacted him to seek help one of his good friend who had moved to Manhattan for renting property to live there. The female protagonist Amy Emerson friend of Paul comes in his life. Then Ryan falls in love with Amy.He overcome his depression when she was with him, he forget about all his memories with Jenny and he starts a new life. The narration can be much better. The best thing about the book is that it flows very smoothly and without any loop holes. The language used is good and also very simple.
Its difficult to acknowledge, yet you can't change the past. You can't backpedal and control things to how you would have preferred them to happen. Since life would be good for nothing and exhausting and just not worth living. be that as it may, you can change the future and that is a lovely thing about existence. Indeed, you will commit errors. What's more, truly, you will have awful days- however as long as you let the past go, you'll have such a flawless and brilliant future in front of you. Realizing that things were intended to happen. Realizing that every day you will master something with the goal that you continue developing to be a superior individual. life resembles a rope, twined in every one of its complexities but meshed into one brilliant stream that you have the slot you utilize something astounding from. So grasp it.
I would like to recommend to all book lovers..