Can Love Happen Twice? is the sequel to I Too Had a Love story by Ravinder Singh. On Valentine's day, Ravin, Amardeep, Happy, and Manpreet are to attend 'Raat gayi, baat baki', a radio talk show in Chandigarh. But Ravin fails to show up. Where is Ravin and what has happened to him?
As the evening progresses, Ravin's story is unravelled. Devastated by the death of his girlfriend Khushi in a road accident, Ravin is trying his best to cope with this loss. He immerses himself in work which takes him to Belgium. A coincidental meeting with Simar, an MBA student from India, captures his attention and threatens to change his life yet again. The novel effectively captures the life and moments of Ravin's life after Khushi's death.
Does Ravin really love Simar? Can love really happen twice? Will Ravin be able to accept Simar and move on with his life? What are the untold secrets of Ravin's life? The book offers a fresh perspective on the complex matters of love, loss, and infatuation.
Can Love Happen Twice? is loosely based on the author’s life, and it takes the reader on an emotional journey as Ravin tries hard to make sense of the world around him. Employing simple dialogues, the book brings to light the new age dilemmas such as misunderstandings in relationships, parental concerns, and moving on in life.
The novel was published in 2011, and has garnered much interest from many fans.
About Ravinder Singh
Ravinder Singh is a new age Indian writer and is also a senior program manager at Microsoft. He has also written I Too Had a Love Story, his début novel. His latest book is titled Love Stories That Touched My Heart. Like It Happened Yesterday is his latest book. Singh’s books have gained popularity for his simple, touching, and honest way with words.
Born in Kolkata to a Sikh family, Ravinder completed his education from Guru Nanak Public School and Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College. He has a BE in Computer Science and an MBA degree. When he is not busy working, Ravin enjoys listening to Punjabi music. He is married to Khusboo.