You Were My Crush!...till you said you love me!



You Were My Crush!...till you said you love me! What do you do when the person you love will forever be someone else s On the face of things, Benoy s life is perfect He drives a Bentley, lives alone in a big house and has all the riches one can only imagine To people around him, he is a spoilt a rich brat, the quintessential college stud and a heartbreaker but is he, really Who is the real Benoy This story is about him picking up the pieces of his life as struggles to come to terms with his mother s untimely death, and a strained relationship with his father, whom hasn t seen much of.A big car A big house Does it solve anything Why is that despite having everything, he has nothing This book is a true story based on the author s brother Benoy Roy.You Were My Crush is a constant feature on the AC Nielson Bookscan Top 250 books and opened at the No 3 spot. New Read You Were My Crush!...till you said you love me! [ Author ] Durjoy Datta [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • You Were My Crush!...till you said you love me!
  • Durjoy Datta
  • English
  • 12 August 2018
  • 8192222675

12 thoughts on “You Were My Crush!...till you said you love me!

  1. Shinjini says:

    This book exasperated me I would never have read it had a friend not given me the book This friend had a lot of expectations but I didn t like this book at all There were some major irks that really put me off reading this And I m stuck with 3books by this particular author I do not know if I ll be wasting my time with them The Irks 1 The Title When I first got the book, the title really annoyed me What does that even mean 2 Indian English Phrases like cousin brother and the l This book exasperated me I would never have read it had a friend not given me the book This friend had a lot of expectations but I didn t like this book at all There were some major irks that really put me off reading this And I m stuck with 3books by this particular author I do not know if I ll be wasting my time with them The Irks 1 The Title When I first got the book, the title really annoyed me What does that even mean 2 Indian English Phrases like cousin brother and the likes make an appearance here I understand that this book was targeted for the Indian masses, but would it be too much of a problem, if the author had taken care to actually write a little better thereby helping th...

  2. Madiha says:

    Rating 2.5was gonna give this book a 1 when i started reading it. and then a 3. But i think i ll settle with a 2.5 This is a story about the rich brat Benoy turns out to be the author s brother who comes to terms with his mother s untimely death, and a strained relationship with his father, whom he hasn t seen much of Oh and falls in L O V E but the girl is confused on whether she shud be with him The book started off with choppy language,over usage of the word f and felt like state Rating 2.5was gonna give this book a 1 when i started reading it. and then a 3. But i think i ll settle with a 2.5 This is a story about the rich brat Benoy turns out to be the author s brother who comes to terms with his mother s untimely death, and a strained relationship with his father, whom he hasn t seen much of Oh and falls in L O V E but the girl is confused on whether she shud be with him The book started off with choppy language,over usage of the word f and felt like statements in the 1st few pages But it does get better thankfully Durjoy Datta mentions that Benoy was very distraught on his mother passing away but i didnt really feel he expressed this very much other than in a few paragraphs when he mentions the mother, dint really get the feeling behind ths I felt the character s other than Shaina and maybe Eshaan were not at all described wel...

  3. Sonam Puri says:

    I am fond of reading novels but was not into reading Indian novelistChetan Bhagat could not impress me much since his writing never make me think that I m part of it Any media content can be made interesting if you the reader viewer listener feels he she is the one featured in it I had low hopes from Durjoy Dutta when I read his Of course I love and I was instantly able to imagine myself as the leading lady I was impressed but there was no hangover of the book as usually the case is w I am fond of reading novels but was not into reading Indian novelistChetan Bhagat could not impress me much since his writing never make me think that I m part of it Any media content can be made interesting if you the reader viewer listener feels he she is the one featured in it I had low hopes from Durjoy Dutta when I read his Of course I love and I was instantly able to imagine myself as the leading lady I was impressed but there was no hangover of the book as usually the case is with me The characters of the book stay with me for days until I start reading the next book.Finally Durjoy is able to give me the hangoverwith his You were my Crush Benoy Roythe rich rich brat falls for a middle class girl on facebook and fantasizes about even before he sees her for real ...

  4. Priyanka says:

    WHY Why do these new age simple language writing, chetan bhagat inspired Indian writers create highly fickle characters with loose stories which have no meaning or purpose The lead MUST fall for the MOST beautiful girl He will never fall for the charac...

  5. Trisha Nagpal says:

    When reading a book, one hopes it doesn t turn into a painful process Predictable is bad enough Laborious is acceptable if the labor produces fruit But with painfully bad writing, all one can do is grab a hatchet, slice off its head, and bury it Chila WoychiThis book sucked to the core I don t even know why I read it It s probably because I was pressurized by every girl in the ninth grade who was buried into one of Durjoy Dutta s books Evidently, all the romantics in my grade were prey When reading a book, one hopes it doesn t turn into a painful process Predictable is bad enough Laborious is acceptable if the labor produces fruit But with painfully bad writing, all one can do is grab a hatchet, slice off its head, and bury it Chila WoychiThis book sucked to the core I don t even know why I read it It s probably because I was pressurized by every girl in the ninth grade who was buried into one of Durjoy Dutta s books Evidently, all the romantics in my grade were prey to lousy books about love where thi...

  6. Kiran Kumili says:

    A typical Durjoy Datta novel, with a mixture of flings, crushes, girls, affairs, lust and love by the modern youth from Delhi University.As like most of his writings, this story starts with the flings of a young adult called Benoy Roy, the only son of a rich business tycoon in Delhi Naturally, he has beautiful girls of his college and surroundings flocking him to gain access to his lavish life in big cars Just when his life was going on smooth, he comes across a beautiful girl Shaina , who ha A typical Durjoy Datta novel, with a mixture of flings, crushes, girls, affairs, lust and love by the modern youth from Delhi University.As like most of his writings, this story starts with the flings of a young adult called Benoy Roy, the only son of a rich business tycoon in Delhi Naturally, he has beautiful girls of his college and surroundings flocking him to gain access to his lavish life in big cars Just when his life was going on smooth, he comes across a beautiful girl Shaina , who happens to be the sister of his classmate cum only enemy turned friend, Diya He falls in deep love with Shaina but will not be able to win her over like other girls as she was already in a relationship with someone else since five years and over she thinks that Benoy is of the playboy types Despite his many honest trials, Benoy is rejected by Shaina not because of lack of love towards him, but due to fear ...

  7. Sruthi says:

    Its difficult to loose some of your brain cells just to read and understand a crappy book Why the hell did I read it Honestly , I found Diya Benoyappropriate This is gross.

  8. Simran Sharma says:

    seriously, books like these discourages me from reading indian author s books the story line was not good NOT GOOD AT ALL i will not recommend this to anyone especially who thinks durjoy datta is an awesome writer a free advise dont waste your money on this book. SPOILER an extremely rich boy named Benoy i think the author dont know any simple or nice name was in depression due to the death of his mother through cancer his parents were divorced and he used to live his mothe seriously, books like these discourages me from reading indian author s books the story line was not good NOT GOOD AT ALL i will not recommend this to anyone especially who thinks durjoy datta is an awesome writer a free advise dont waste your money on this book. SPOILER an extremely rich boy named Benoy i think the author dont know any simple or nice name was in depression due to the death of his mother through cancer his parents were divorced and he used to live his mother he used to hate his dad as well after the death of the mother his dad used to bribe his son i.e benoy so that he can ...

  9. Rikky Bhartia says:

    A Durjoy Daata book but still something with less of lust Sex and those things for which he is known, atleast the level he uses The Man with dimples The story is of Deb, Shaina and Diya, no not a love triangle Though it could had been with Diya falling for Deb and vice versa, maybe even just for doing something and then leading to complexities but thankfully nothing such happened And they just remained enemies converted into friends and then best friends And Diya becoming the connector to A Durjoy Daata book but still something with less of lust Sex and those things for which he is known, atleast the level he uses The Man with dimples The story is of Deb, Shaina and Diya, no not a love triangle Though it could had been with Diya falling for Deb and vice versa, maybe even just for doing something and then leading to complexities but thankfully nothing such happened And they just remained enemies converted into friends and then best friends And Diya becoming the connector to make Deb meet his love, her sister Shaina.The story is very well quived and it flows very smoothly throughout.Starting with Deb a rich m...

  10. Mausam says:

    A complete nonsense It shows how below average people s reading taste is You cant even call this book as a part of literature It should be tagged in penny dread fulls Girls go gaga over this author s book because the author is young and cute yes he is cute but that doesn t qualify him as a good writer This book completely lacks conviction in character No character has a strong evolution and they all struggle with the traits The Author doesn t know how to make his characters behave, jus A complete nonsense It shows how below average people s reading taste is You cant even call this book as a part of literature It should be tagged in penny dread fulls Girls go gaga over this author s book because the author is young and cute yes he is cute but that doesn t qualify him as a good writer This book completely lacks conviction in character No character has a strong evolution and they all struggle with the traits The Author doesn t know how to make his characters behave, just like a hindi Drama telly.Manoj is not the correct guy for Shaina just because he is 26 he breaks up with her as Shaina cheated on him and next day comes with his parents to her house and the wedding is fixed..Where does this happen Why cant Manoj act like Manoj should have acted stick to one thing Shaina comes from a traditional family still goes to the hero s house after getting drenched in rain and changes into his tee w...

  11. Sundeep Supertramp says:

    First of all I hate durjoy. His book Oh yes, I am single sucks big time. This book was given to me by my friend Even though I had no interest in reading Durjoy stuff, I read it.I was expecting not so interesting thing about this book, but as I read on, the story got very interesting. Actually I pretty much liked it It was not as bad as I thought it would be..The story circles around Benoy Roy probably, the hero of the story , who lost his mom due to cancer, who was devorced to her husban First of all I hate durjoy. His book Oh yes, I am single sucks big time. This book was given to me by my friend Even though I had no interest in reading Durjoy stuff, I read it.I was expecting not so interesting thing about this book, but as I read on, the story got very interesting. Actually I pretty much liked it It was not as bad as I thought it would be..The story circles around Ben...

  12. Lalitha Kandasamy says:

    Ther s not a big story within..But the lyf of common ppl is expressed explicitly..There was a Nerd named Diya, with his cute lill sister Shaina and a spoilt rich lazy brat Benoy.Benoy and Diya are classmates He rarely attends the classes His caring friend is Eshaan. Destiny played a role in Benoy s lyf which made him to be wid Diya But then, it has a gud ending that thy both have b cum really close frends. Then starts de game of his life, when he saw de cute princess Shaina, who is alread Ther s not a big story within..But the lyf of common ppl is expressed explicitly..There was a Nerd named Diya, with his cute lill sister Shaina and a spoilt rich lazy brat Benoy.Benoy and Diya are classmates He rarely attends the classes His caring friend is Eshaan. Destiny played a role in Benoy s lyf which made him to be wid Diya But then, it has a gud ending that thy both have b cum really close frends. Then starts...

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