[Review] Unturned Rubbles – Sana Khatri

If you are looking for a steamy romance (novella) to read for the summer, I have the perfect one for you.

What happens when a door opens somewhere, resulting in another to close elsewhere?
What happens when the truth burns the very air one breathes, making it hard to maintain one’s sanity?
Promises, trust, and hope – they are all left

What happens when walking away becomes a task of brutal nature?
What happens when reality takes it upon itself to make a cruel joke out of one’s misery?
Dreams, vows, and desire – they all fall to the unbreakable ground like nothing but drifting rubbles.

This book contains brief mentions of substance use and overdose, and suicide. If these topics are a trigger to you in any manner of the way, then a consideration is advised.

Nia and Cass are two incredible characters to meet. I absolutely loved getting to know them in this novella. Perfect for the summer, I highly recommend it. Also, the cover is so pretty!

The two main characters are childhood best friends and lovers, until Cass moved away. When he comes back to his hometown to film a documentary who meets up again with Nia.

The plot and plots twists were perfect, and I couldn’t put it down. It’s a beautifully written story. It was the first time I read this author, and I’m not disappointed. You can tell how much the author loves her characters and writing, you can feel the passion in her story.

Please be aware of the Trigger Warnings mentioned, before you pick up this book!

You can get the book – here and for free on Kindle Unlimited.

5/5 ⭐️

Morgane. x


  1. This is an interesting book but I’m not a fan of reading or watching suicide stuff haha. But it’s interesting about the hope and truth and would like to know more about it.


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