Title: Our Love Story
Author: Rohit Sharma
Genre: Contemporary Romance
First Publication: 2020
Major Characters: Aditya Bakshi, Veronica, Vikramjeet
Narrator: Third person omniscient
Book Summary: Our Love Story by Rohit Sharma
Veronica is done. Done...
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