I had been waiting to read Enchanted by You: A Destination Wedding Book (Destination Weddings 4) by Andaleeb Wajid ever since I met Sandeep in her previous book.
Aditi loves her job and is proud of the wedding planner business she began even though sometimes she does get tired of dealing with neurotic and temperamental brides. When former flame Sandeep Rao reaches out to her to hire her services for his sister’s wedding, she’s conflicted, hurt but also relieved that he seems to have forgotten all about their childish pact that they had made in college.
Seeing him again brings back old memories to the fore and reminds her of the girl she was, the dreams she had and how he ruined everything for her. Will Aditi put her feelings on hold and focus on giving yet another bride the wedding of her dreams? Or will she find herself drawn to the magnetic Sandeep who still makes her heart race? Find out in Enchanted by You, Book 4 of the Destination Wedding Series.
An only child, Aditi Kumar moved to Bangalore from Chennai to attend college as she did not want to stay with her parents. Here, she met Sandeep Rao, a rich businessman’s son, who loved joking around. After hating him initially, the two of them became the best of friends, she was not in awe of his wealth and he realized that he could be himself with her. And the day she realized that she loved him, the day they made a pact, he went away never to come back. Until, ten years later.
Now, Aditi is a successful wedding planner, and owner of Happily Ever After, which she runs with her friends, Uzair and Kimmy. Sandeep, is a successful businessman, who approached her company to plan his only sister, Natasha’s wedding. Aditi cannot forget what happened ten years ago and assigns Uzair the responsibility of the wedding.
A beautiful story that kept me up through the night because I really could not keep it down. The story has been written in a unique way and moves between the past and the present alternately, building the back stories of the characters and not once was I confused.
The story is about friendship, family, romance, insecurities and second chances and has been portrayed beautifully. The characters are realistic and relatable and so are their emotions. The characters from the previous book in the series make their appearances off and on and that really helped me stay connected to the series.
I really hope we can find Ghazal’s story in the next book of the series.