This was a good read.
After reading Preeti’s previous book I was not sure of liking this one, but it turned out to be her best till date. The story was well crafted, the main and side characters were believable also it was nice to see even the side characters were given equal importance and most of all I liked the narration which was to the point without any dragging.
The story revolves around Vipasha who took drastic step at a tender age of eighteen of becoming a single mother when all her friends were still enjoying their life. Which led to many complications later, that she had to face single handedly. Though her best friends did back her up when needed but in the end it was she who had to handle the situation on her own. Good that eventually it ended on a right note. As the title says everything happens for a reason which surly does in the end.
What I like about this book is that it has a positive feel to it which makes you happy after finishing it.