The one thing you can not plan in life is when and who to fall in love with . . .
Raghu likes to turn that there’s nothing remarkable about his life—loving, middle-class parents, an elder brother he looks as much as and plans to study in an IIT. And that’s how he wants things to seem—normal.
Deep down, then again, the guilt of letting his closest friend drown within the school’s swimming pool gnaws at him. And while he punishes himself by hiding from the world and shying away from love and friendship, he feels drawn to the fascinating Brahmi—a girl relatively like him, yet so different. Regardless of how hard Raghu tries, he begins to care . . . Then life throws him into the deep end and he has to face his worst fears.
Will love be strong enough to pull him out?
The Boy Who Loved, first of a two-part romance, is warm and dark, edgy and quirky, wonderfully realistic and dangerously unreal.