About The Book :- What do you call it when three beautiful women come in your life, but you are still single? What if they all, at
some point, tried to entice you, but you still feel like committing suicide because of loneliness? What do you call it when you made no mistake, but still, you feel guilty as sin? Jay had a common life until Saloni, Prachi, & Varsha came in his life and changed everything. At times, he avoided the love that knocked his door, but when he actually needed it, the same love knocked him. He betrayed… He got betrayed… He rejected… He got rejected… From being shot, by Prachi’s father to getting intimate with Varsha under the influence of alcohol, his life was as spicy as those masala Bollywood movies…! He was getting used to his life, until, one night, he decides to jump off a building and end everything… Will there be love, or will it end? Find out what happens when love has to pay its price.
My Review :- The book is richly formed and packs a punch. Of course, one feels little affectability for the lead protagonist or so far as that is concerned, some other character in the book. Being a book which should run high on emotions, the characters should have been all that much fleshed out. Writer has great story aptitudes; he keeps me engaged with his story writing art. Story line and plot of the book is good. Harpreet succeeded to pen down the feelings of the characters beautifully. With a fascinating synopsis and cover page, The Justified Sin gloats of having an affection story that is not a keep running of plant sentiments we read regular.
I recommend this book to every reader.