In this novel ‘She Fell in Love….’ the writer has done full justice to the stylistic mixing of fact and fiction and made it a delightful reading. He is a miniature painter at some places, giving details in an ample degree and thus creating an artistic whole. He has the knack of observing the contours of a female body that exudes charm and oomph. Sometimes he is too explicit in his reference to the vital assets of bubbling beauties though his intention is never in doubt. Like Geoffrey Chaucer, he can make comments with tongue in cheek. This method reveals a scintillating mind and cheerful attitude to life. He is with John Keats when he says –“She unclasped her warm jewels one by one.” The characters in this work flit across the screen of existence enchantingly, leaving behind indelible impressions of the chiaroscuro of life. There is no twist in the tail but the tale ends on a happy note.