Spotlight on Love Lasts Forever…

Title: Love Lasts Forever…love-lasts-forever
Author: Vikrant Khanna
Publisher: Srishti Publishers Distributors
ISBN: 978-93-82665-17-5
Number of Pages: 248
Price [INR] : 150
Genre: Fiction


So you think your love can last forever…? Get married!

Eighteen year old Ronit falls madly in love with Aisha the moment he meets her at his graduation day from a naval college. He believes he has found his perfect soul mate, and come what may, his love for her will last forever. Seven years later, he gets married to her. Big mistake!

A week later he completely hates her and believes she has turned into a devil.

But his perception about love and life change when he hears the poignant love story of Shekhar, his Captain, on a ship that later gets hijacked by the pirates of Somalia.

As they are left fighting for their lives they confront if love truly can last forever…? But does it get too late?

Meet the Author

Vikrant Khanna is a captain in the merchant navy. He was brought up in Delhi and studied in Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar. His first book “When life tricked me” is a national bestseller and has been widely appreciated. His interests apart from writing include playing guitar, composing songs, cooking and teaching underprivileged children.
You can contact him at or catch him gossiping on Facebook and Twitter.

Love Lasts Forever is available at Flipkart, Amazon.

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24 thoughts on “Spotlight on Love Lasts Forever…

  1. I don’t know how things are in India, but here in the States, I think a lot of people go into marriage thinking it will be a honeymoon forever. That can set folks up for a big disappointment, and maybe even thinking they are falling ‘out of love’.

    I mean, Ronit thinks his new wife is a devil after one week of marriage? It would be interesting to read this book and see if his attitude changes after hearing his captain’s story.
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    • It is no different here in India, LuAnn! People do look at marriage through rose-tinted glasses, but they are sadly disappointed!
      Hope Ronit and Aisha are able to make their marriage work! 🙂

  2. That always is the case. Rushing headlong into love and living in regret ever after. But, then, it is very difficult for the heart to listen to the head. Wonder how this will turn out. Intriguing review Shilpa. You have given the taste of things to come.
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