This Is It by Andaleeb Wajid| Book Review| Book Summary

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This Is It by Andaleeb Wajid gives a glimpse of Bollywood culture, paparazzi following stars, family bonding, the pressure of marriage, and family responsibilities on young girls. Read the full review and summary in the article below.

Author: Andaleeb Wajid

Cover star star star star

Plot star star star star

Narration star star star star half star

Characters star star star star

Release Date 17 April 2024

Pages 250

Book Review: This Is It by Andaleeb Wajid

This Is It by Andaleeb Wajid is Book 3 in the Khan Sisters Trilogy. This book throws light on the Bollywood world and the harsh side of social media that turns the lives of male and female protagonists upside down. This is a standalone contemporary romance novel that starts with controversy and ends with happily ever after.

I loved all three books in the Khan Sisters Trilogy series. The sisters are sarcastic and sassy while their male protagonists are calm, gentle, and handsome. You can read this book as a standalone but I will suggest you read all three if you love reading Indian romances.

I love the cover and flow of the story. The story is written in simple English spiked with romance and doubts. The story flows nicely at a good pace with few twists and turns to keep the reader invested in the life of a Bollywood hero and working independent middle-class girl.

The author has nicely crafted the characters of this book, especially the male and female protagonists.

Amna Khan is the youngest one of the three sisters and a biotechnologist by profession. She is beautiful, brave, and independent. She craves a life partner but does not want to leave her widowed mother alone. She is happy in her personal and professional life and has no plans for marriage.

Adnan Sheikh is a handsome Bollywood hero who has managed to grab a few hit films even being an outsider. He lives in Mumbai for work purposes and comes to stay with his family in Bangalore whenever he gets free time from work. He shared a bitter-sweet relationship with his family. He also had a stalker named Riffat.

I love the bonding between Alina, Aliya, and Amna. Rohaan and Jamal from the first two books This Changes Everything and This Means Love also become a part of the family and support Amna like their own sister.

Rohaan’s bond with Uzma Aunty has grown many folds. The way he calms trios’ mother is heart-warming. Samira phuphu is now behind Amna and suggesting unworthy marriage proposals to her mother.  

Generally, women are judged by their profession but in this book male protagonist is judged by his profession. The role of a stalker adds thrills and suspense which keeps the reader hooked with the story.

Overall, it’s a great read for slow-burning romance lovers. I must say when it comes to Andaleeb Wajid’s books it is difficult to see any flaws in the book.

This book is full of romance, family bonding, and sisterhood. If you love reading contemporary romances then I will highly recommend you to read This Is It by Andaleeb Wajid.

Book Summary: This Is It by Andaleeb Wajid

Amna Khan’s life was simple and easy, mostly revolving around her family and job. She is the youngest one among the three sisters and does not want to leave her mother’s house. This means that she does not want to get married.

Everything in her life was going smoothly until she found herself seated in between Bollywood hero Adnan Sheikh and his stalker in a return flight to Bangalore. On top of that, she also drooled on his shoulder.

When she came back she discovered that he also happened to be a hero of his brother-in-law’s adapted book. When Adnan Sheikh invited her to his brother’s engagement his stalker Rifaat leaked their photo on social media.

To solve this problem and save their family names, Adnan Sheikh proposes a marriage of convenience to Amna.

Does Amna accept his proposal?

Do Adnan and Amna have any future together?

To know more read This Is It by Andaleeb Wajid

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