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That Same Old Love (A Second Chance Romance) (Match Made in Hell series Book 1) by [Kasi, MV]
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Mahi is back to India. All she wants to do is to start over and distance herself from her past. But her path to the new beginning is challenged by her rude and grumpy neighbor, who refuses to believe in anything nice about her.

Samrat, a former class nerd—and one of Mahi's victims—is now an extremely successful entrepreneur (No thanks to her). He would rather spend his days and nights, inventing things and running his company than be bothered by the annoyingly cheerful and maddening woman. And Mahi could swear up and down that she no longer means any harm to him or his family, but he knew she would be up to no good soon. Adding to his troubles was also the fact that Mahi was now working for his company at the same office.

Will these former enemies stay away from each other without getting caught in a fierce, but unwanted attraction? Or will they fall victim to—That Same Old Love.

WARNING: Contains sexual content and some adult themes that are intended for mature reading audiences.

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Love surprises us when we least expect it and it has been the most endearing trait of love. This book celebrates love and shares how the path is littered with consequences. With just a ‘good time’ in mind Mahi and Samrat decide to be consenting adults and then love or rather ‘That Same Old Love’ takes control leaving them wanting more, so much more. Such an apt name for the book, reflecting the heart of the story. I enjoyed all the parts of the story – the young love and the angst, the mature, settled love and the hot, passionate love that drove the story.

With the title ‘That Same Old Love’ her book is a dead giveaway for the kind of story we would be reading but the obvious just ends with the title. Yes, Author MV Kasi has penned an unorthodox and sizzling story for her readers. The story of two people who know each other and try to stay away but fate has other plans. This book could just have been another book about a couple with red hot chemistry and a lot of sex but the author has made it an exercise of discovery and loving oneself first in order to embrace love from others.

If someone spews hate at you daily then it becomes your truth if you don’t fight it and the struggle is real for surviving one more day. The author has touched on the topic of marital abuse and the sad plight of so many young girls who go abroad with dreams in their eyes only to be glorified, unpaid maids. Mahi triumphs the odds, alienates herself and yet she shines through.

The secondary characters add the spice, action and depth to the story. Family is a crucial part of the book. The attitude of Mahi’s family and the stand of Samrat’s mother help the love story culminate beautifully. Sidhu and Ananya help the past and present collide as the old grudges resurface.
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The story is about Mahi (Maha Lakshmi Challuri) from Hyderabad. She’s your typical bad girl who’s the bane of a number of people at her college; more so in the case of the brother-sister duo Samrat and Ananya Reddy. Mahi used to be in love with Sidhu, who was equally in love with her. But to everyone’s surprise, Mahi agrees to an arranged marriage set up by her parents and gets married, without even a by-your-leave from Sidhu, and goes to live in the USA.

Fourteen years later, Mahi’s back in Hyderabad, divorced, having purchased her parents’ old house and comes to live in the neighbourhood, across from Samrat Reddy. Sparks fly as the two clash again, and yet again.

THUMBS UP:

I got hooked into the story from the word ‘go’. I so enjoyed the build up of Mahi’s character and even shed a few tears when I read about how she grew up to become what she is.

Samrat’s character – the quiet, intense hero – has also been well penned.

The other characters – Sidhu, Ananya, Shrishti, Rajeev – all had their roles to play and they did very well.

The love scenes between Mahi and Samrat sizzle through the book and have been well written and fit in nicely with the story.

The dialogues were all interesting and I must congratulate the author on coming up with such a lovely story with well-built characters in her very first book.

THUMBS DOWN:

The story could have a done with a couple of less love scenes as after a point, they seemed to take over the novel and were filling up pages unnecessarily.

There was too much of Ananya’s sob story that didn’t go well with the novel that’s supposed to centre on Mahi. A bit less of it would have worked better.

The end came forty pages too late.
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Amazon.com: 4.4 out of 5 stars 11 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Unconventional love story- A good read 5 May 2016
By susmita m. - Published on Amazon.com
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I had tears of joy as well as sadness during parts of the book. Your book had romance, love, friendship, affairs, maternal love, heartbreaks, children, sibling bonding, and most of all hot steamy sex. I loved how the characters are flawed but still adorable in their own ways. You made me believe that there is always hope even when you hit rock bottom in life and age is merely a number. Samrat is way hotter than Mr Grey and Mahi is just perfect the way she is , in fact so much fun.
5.0 out of 5 stars Really enjoyed reading the book 30 April 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Really enjoyed reading the book. Couldn't stop reading until I finished the book. Loved Mahi's character and loved her character was narrated. Really made me think how we quickly jump into conclusions and always judge people by cover or what we hear from others. There is always something going on in the background that we are not aware of that make people do things that they do. I liked Samrat's character, but definitely I am a fan of Mahi.
5.0 out of 5 stars This book has everything!!! 5 April 2016
By Pgv - Published on Amazon.com
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I throughly enjoyed reading the story about the bad girl and her transformation to find what she craved for, love being one of them. I loved Mahi for her strength and no bs attitude. I could not get enough of the girl bonding!! I love the way the characters were portrayed and OMG Samrat is HOT!!! Love him!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Old Love , New desires 20 July 2016
By Indywrites - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Love surprises us when we least expect it and it has been the most endearing trait of love. This book celebrates love and shares how the path is littered with consequences. With just a ‘good time’ in mind Mahi and Samrat decide to be consenting adults and then love or rather ‘That Same Old Love’ takes control leaving them wanting more, so much more. Such an apt name for the book, reflecting the heart of the story. I enjoyed all the parts of the story – the young love and the angst, the mature, settled love and the hot, passionate love that drove the story.

With the title ‘That Same Old Love’ her book is a dead giveaway for the kind of story we would be reading but the obvious just ends with the title. Yes, Author MV Kasi has penned an unorthodox and sizzling story for her readers. The story of two people who know each other and try to stay away but fate has other plans. This book could just have been another book about a couple with red hot chemistry and a lot of sex but the author has made it an exercise of discovery and loving oneself first in order to embrace love from others.

If someone spews hate at you daily then it becomes your truth if you don’t fight it and the struggle is real for surviving one more day. The author has touched on the topic of marital abuse and the sad plight of so many young girls who go abroad with dreams in their eyes only to be glorified, unpaid maids. Mahi triumphs the odds, alienates herself and yet she shines through.

The secondary characters add the spice, action and depth to the story. Family is a crucial part of the book. The attitude of Mahi’s family and the stand of Samrat’s mother help the love story culminate beautifully. Sidhu and Ananya help the past and present collide as the old grudges resurface. The book had a lot of masala, gossip and “what would people say” moments. Yet, they are well placed and reflect our society.

Is the story of Mahi and she could be anyone of us. The life that we live today, the angst, the loneliness, the issues we face and the story of a woman who chooses to walk alone rather than toe the line is Mahi. I did find that she got a raw deal and a lot of negative in her life as did Samrat a bit much. Sadly real life is such when just a single good break is tough to find. Their mutual sorrow was well written and brought them closer. I especially liked the way the author did not take sides or try compare the sorrow yet it was shared.

Samrat with his looks, presence, kindness and verve, he is the perfect foil to the impulsive, impetuous Mahi. He is sensitive, successful and sexy. Mahi with her motor-mouth and aggression finally finds her match as the sparks fly.

The sizzle content is high, the story fast paced and unputdownable! M V Kasi has penned a perfect picture of our society, double standards and the quest for acceptance, freedom, respect and love.

Pick The Same Old Love to fall in love with Samrat and Mahi as they stand tall and stand strong with love.

(I received a copy of the book from the author via The Book Club, this is my honest opinion.)
4.0 out of 5 stars A must read for those who love the romance genre 16 July 2016
By Sundari Venkatraman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The story is about Mahi (Maha Lakshmi Challuri) from Hyderabad. She’s your typical bad girl who’s the bane of a number of people at her college; more so in the case of the brother-sister duo Samrat and Ananya Reddy. Mahi used to be in love with Sidhu, who was equally in love with her. But to everyone’s surprise, Mahi agrees to an arranged marriage set up by her parents and gets married, without even a by-your-leave from Sidhu, and goes to live in the USA.

Fourteen years later, Mahi’s back in Hyderabad, divorced, having purchased her parents’ old house and comes to live in the neighbourhood, across from Samrat Reddy. Sparks fly as the two clash again, and yet again.

THUMBS UP:

I got hooked into the story from the word ‘go’. I so enjoyed the build up of Mahi’s character and even shed a few tears when I read about how she grew up to become what she is.

Samrat’s character – the quiet, intense hero – has also been well penned.

The other characters – Sidhu, Ananya, Shrishti, Rajeev – all had their roles to play and they did very well.

The love scenes between Mahi and Samrat sizzle through the book and have been well written and fit in nicely with the story.

The dialogues were all interesting and I must congratulate the author on coming up with such a lovely story with well-built characters in her very first book.

THUMBS DOWN:

The story could have a done with a couple of less love scenes as after a point, they seemed to take over the novel and were filling up pages unnecessarily.

There was too much of Ananya’s sob story that didn’t go well with the novel that’s supposed to centre on Mahi. A bit less of it would have worked better.

The end came forty pages too late. The reader keeps traversing the waves, going up and down with Mahi’s and Samrat’s life and emotions, eagerly awaiting closure, when yet another issue comes up at that point. This is one too many and takes away from the reader’s interest in the book.

These are the reasons when a tighter editing (and proofing) would have worked for the better.

VERDICT: All that said, The Same Old Love by first time author M.V. Kasi makes for a lovely romance and is a must read for lovers of the genre.

Disclaimer: I received a PDF version of this novel from the author via The Book Club in return for my honest review.