Sunday, May 29, 2016

Book Blitz: More than Just Desire by Summerita Rhayne

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A Bollywood centric romance story of Piya and Arfaaz. Get more than a scoop here:


A Passionate Romance 
by 
Summerita Rhayne 
More Than Just Desire
Blurb 

The Bollywood diva who ran away

Piya walked out of an explosive situation three years ago. She married Arfaaz for security but left him facing chaos she created. Now she's back in Bollywood and searching for the crown she gave up when she ran away. In the competitive world of starry glamour, the only way she can begin her career anew is to trash the past and get a divorce.

The man who wants her atonement

Arfaaz is determined to get his revenge on Piya for making a farce of their marriage and leaving him to face the mudslinging. He forces her to keep up the appearances and stay with him so she can play the loving wife and repent on her sins. But Piya drives him crazy with her antics. On the top of that, the attraction between them sizzles and threatens to make him forget reason.

A passionate conflict

Piya knows she has lessons to learn but she cannot let this man enter her heart. There is too much to risk and she cannot afford to forget the real reason she has come back. Success is her mantra and her worship. She can be faithful to only her goal...




Prologue

The limo slid through wrought iron gates and came to a stop in front of the entrance of the huge house designed like an ultra modern Italian villa.

‘I’m not getting out here. I’ve booked a room and I want to go to my hotel.’ She averted her gaze and stared straight ahead as Arfaaz held the door open. 

For answer, he paused. An inhalation expanded his chest, drawing her unwilling gaze. He’d discarded the ridiculous narrow jacket and the white dress shirt drew taut against his pectorals, sending something threatening and alien coiling through her. 

The next moment he’d swooped down and picked her up, taking advantage of her inattention. 

His hands went under her as he gathered her in his arms as easily as he would a bird in his hand. She had to duck her head to escape the side of the car and then he was slamming the door shut with a foot kick. 

‘How dare you!’ She flailed at him furiously, pent-up frustration escaping. ‘Let me go. Now!’

He was warm, too much so. She found her throat clogging for some unknown reason. 

Before she could react anymore, he let her slide down, but she was struggling and squirming so much, she lost her balance and fell, smack against his body. 

He stepped back as though she burned him and mortification swept over her skin at the implied rejection.  

‘You can’t force me to do what you want!’ she bit out, breathless from effort. 

‘I’ll get what I need to know out of you anyway I can.’

‘What do you want to know? Why am I here? Okay, I’ll tell you. It’s to lay down this ghost between us. This meaningless tie...’ She made a gesture to denote contempt and tipped up her chin at him. ‘I want a divorce, Arfaaz. And I want it as quickly as possible.’

‘Very well.’ The soft agreement dropped in the silence with thunderous force, like a rock thudding down from the mountain. ‘Don’t doubt it, Piya. You’ll get it.’


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 Summerita Rhayne writes contemporary and historical romance with lots of emotional conflict. She first got published in 2013 and has won contests with prestigious publishers such as Harlequin and Harper Collins India. She firmly believes if the inspiration is strong enough, the story characters will find a way to make the writer pen them down, even when writing time is in short supply. When cerebrally confronted with the sizzling interaction of two Alpha characters, the only way to get peace is write their book!

At heart, she's a family person and even though she loves her medical teaching profession, she happily becomes a homemaker when not at work. She loves winding down with music, romcoms, cricket (strictly watching only) and social networking.


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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Book Review: Wrong Means Right End by Varsha Dixit

Good day people,
My second review of Varsha Dixit's book. This one is about the lovely, hilarious, almost real love story and friendships between Best friends. This is a prequel to Right Fit, Wrong Shoe. But each of Varsha's books are standalone and very gripping. I urge you to read this Book, you will love it. Get to know the story: Spotlight: Wrong means Right End by Varsha Dixit Thank you The Book Club for hosting Varsha and her books.

I havent read RFWS but when I do, I would love to relate each character and their traits in both the books.

Warning: You will have a grin plastered on your face at all times when reading this book. You will have bouts of hysterical laughter and hoots, so be sure to get ugly looks from family and people around. Dont use the adjectives used for friends in real life, they may not understand and you may loose people :p



The Story:
This is the story of Sneha her best friend Nandini. They are like chaddi buddies or best friends forever like till death. Sneha is freshly divorced with a baby boy and his nanny Amla in tow, just relocated to Mumbai. Nandini in Mumbai is a newly married bride to billionaire businessman Aditya Sarin who loves millennium bhehenji like crazy but is still feels guilty for his ex-fiance Gayatri. Nandini's part time job is to find Mr.Right for Sneha. Then there is the brooding widowed Nikhil who was the victim of Sneha's prank many years ago and still both lock horns at the drop of hat. Still they feel something when they are thrown together. Gayatri is back in India, asking for forgiveness of Nandini and Aditya. Is that the real reason? Nikhil considers Gayatri his sister. Is he her aide in her mysterious mission? Spoiler alert: Sneha and Nikhil vow to get Nandini and Aditya together and put Gayatri in her place for her own good. Do they succeed ?

What I liked:
Everything. Characters. Plot. Language (yes, some people might object to the expletives, adjective's used, I feel its real-life like so I loved it.) Sethani, Kulta, Speed Monkey,....

The characters are flawed (except Advey) and you will love them for their flaws. There is the multilingual Amla, the snooty Gayatri, vamp Mona, the efficient Mrs.Ali, crazy Alisha, over confident Rad, courteous Dr.Pradeep etc

The bond, tension, attraction,... between them is described so well you will visualize everything clearly.

The plot, frank conversations, impulsive acts makes you relate to them and would love to have them in your real life.

I would love to have the crazy Nandini, Sneha duo as my friends, my friends don't get jealous, read the book and we will all party together :D

Varsha has subtly talked about marital rape and also the effects of a depression ridden spouse and marriage.

The focus was evenly distributed on both(or more) couples. So we had sensuous scenes for Sneha-Nikhil and Nandini-Aditya, what is a love story without them.

The research about Jewelry business, kayaking ;), how to shift unconscious people from hotels without anyone noticing :D, the Ad world,... I am telling you its a crazy book ;) Hail Mary ! Sorry Hail Varsha !


What I wanted more:
I am eagerly waiting for the next in the series of Right and Wrong from Varsha's desk. Haha, spoiler, thank me for it :D

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Book Blitz: My Last Love Story by Falguni Kothari

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Falguni Kothari's fourth novel & certainly not her last. Do read on:


My Last Love Story 
by 
Falguni Kothari


Blurb 

Perfect for fans of JojoMoyes’s, Me Before You, My Last Love Story is a heartbreaking and poignant tale about the complexities of trauma and whether love can right a wrong.

***
I, Simeen Desai, am tired of making lemonade with the lemons life has handed me.

Love is meant to heal wounds.
Love was meant to make my world sparkle and spin.
Love has ripped my life apart and shattered my soul.

I love my husband, and he loves me.
But Nirvaan is dying.
I love my husband. I want to make him happy.
But he is asking for the impossible.

I don’t want a baby.
I don’t want to make nice with Zayaan.
I don’t want another chance at another love story. 




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 Falguni Kothari is a New York-based hybrid author, and an amateur Latin and Ballroom dance silver medalist with a semi-professional background in Indian Classical dance. She writes in a variety of genres sewn together by the colorful and cultural threads of her South Asian heritage and expat experiences. When not writing or dancing, she fools around on all manner of social media and loves to connect with readers.

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Friday, May 20, 2016

Spotlight: False Ceilings by Amit Sharma

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New book for Book Tour at The Book Club. Story about Family, myths, legends, secrets, malice,....
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FALSE CEILINGS 
by
AMIT SHARMA



Blurb

Born in the lush mountains of Dalhousie in 1930, Shakuntala is a pampered child of a wealthy builder. On her wedding night she is gifted a secret to use wisely when the time comes. 

From the green valleys of Dalhousie to a village in Punjab reeling under the communal violence of 1947; from the Delhi of 1950s with its intoxicating smell of freedom to the Delhi of 1970s soaked in the hippie culture; from the Delhi of 1984 smelling of burnt tyres to the Delhi of 90s raising its Frankenstein of urbanization, the cancerous secret breathes with her, infects her. It is accidentally passed down, hidden under insecurities and jealousies, locked in its meaninglessness and leaving a trail of ruin. 

When her great- grandson accidentally discovers the secret in 2065, he is perplexed by the malice that flowed in his family's blood. Was it just the secret or his family would have destroyed itself even in its absence? Why was their love never greater than their unsaid expectations from each other? 

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Amit Sharma

Amit Sharma's first fiction book titled False Ceilings has been published by Lifi Publications. The book launch happened on 12 Jan 2016 in the World Book Fair in Delhi. 

Amit has been working in a Software Firm since the last ten years. He lives with his family in NCR. His wife is a teacher and they are blessed with a daughter who is in her terrible twos. 


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Thursday, May 19, 2016

Spotlight: Hell to Pay by Pamela Fagan Hutchins

Good day people,
An international author and her book is being introduced today. An interesting plot believe me.
Read on to know more.


Hell To Pay
by 
Pamela Fagan Hutchins

Blurb 

USA Best Book Award-Winning Series, Cross Genre Fiction.
Third book in the Emily series, a spin-off from Katie & Annalise.

Big-haired paralegal and former rodeo queen Emily thinks she’s got her life back on track. Her adoption of Betsy seems like a done deal, her parents have reunited, and she’s engaged to her sexy boss Jack. Then client Phil Escalante’s childhood buddy Dennis drops dead, face first into a penis cake at the adult novelty store Phil owns with his fiancée Nadine, one of Emily’s best friends. The cops charge Phil with murder right on the heels of his acquittal in a trail for burglarizing the Mighty is His Word church offices. Emily’s nemesis ADA Melinda Stafford claims her witness overheard Phil fighting with Dennis over a woman, right about the time Phil falls into a diabetic coma, leaving Nadine shaken and terrified. Meanwhile Betsy’s ultra-religious foster parents apply to adopt her and Jack starts acting weird and evasive. Emily feels like a calf out of a chute, pulled between the ropes of the header and the heeler, as she fights to help Phil and Nadine without losing Betsy and Jack.



She says her first book came out in 2012 and that her latest, Hell to Pay, is the seventh book in the series. The books all have ties to Texas, with “an interrelated cast of kick-ass female protagonists.” She says the novel's heroine (“a former rodeo queen turned paralegal”) returns to her home town in west Texas and discovers an extremist cult has set up shop and is terrorizing the local townsfolk.

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Disco lights whirled around me, or was it the room? My inner party animal had atrophied, not that I’d ever been a real heavyweight. If it wasn’t for the fantastic people-watching—and the fact that this was the celebration party for the burglary acquittal of our firm’s client Phil Escalante the day before, and his engagement to Nadine, one of my best friends in Amarillo—I'vebagged this shindig. Instead, there I was with tendrils of fake smoke floating past my face, ten

feet from a DJ dressed in a black latex fetish costume and spiked dog collar and A tall woman maybe ten years older than me appeared out of the low lights and sidled up to me, engulfing me in the odor of cigarettes. Her vanilla hair sported a generous dollop of dark chocolate roots, which was pretty funny to me since she had a body shaped like a cone. A waffle cone. A waffle cone with sparkly sprinkles from the spinning ball overhead. Behind her trailed a paunchy man of roughly her height. His eyes had locked on me in a way that made my skin crawl with leeches that weren’t there.

Rick James’s “Super Freak” ended. The silence in the cavernous L-shaped room was immediate and complete, but short-lived. A clamor of voices from the one-hundred- or-so guests resumed, their voices echoing off the bare walls and “Hey, Foxy Loxy,” the man mouthed at me. Or did he? Surely not. It was hard to tell with the lights playing tricks on my eyes.

The woman spoke past me. “You and your wife got any plans later?” Her bellow seemed to fill the room to its farthest corners, even with all the other voices. I winced and shrank under the eyes that shifted our way.

Not Jack, though. The horse rancher cum criminal attorney was nothing if not unflappable. His topaz eyes twinkled. “Emily’s not my wife.” 

The man surged toward Jack. “You’re not together?”

“I’m his fiancée,” I said through my recently tightened braces and painfully rubber-banded teeth, leaving out “and he’s my boss.” I waved my big, fat teardrop-shaped diamond at him to accentuate my point, then I pinched Jack’s arm where my hand was looped through its crook. I’d capitulated to the mouth gear when my childhood orthodontist saw the gap between my front teeth and insistedneeded Invisalign then, filled my mouth with metal instead. Payback for never wearing my retainer, I guess.

The man and woman looked at each other and nodded. She asked, “Care to join us? We’ve got a room at a no-tell hotel nearby.”

Jack’s whole body shook and I didn’t dare look at him. I was a sucker for his laugh. In fact, I was a sucker for everything about him, from his lived-in boots to his permanent tan to his Apache cheekbones. Before either of us could think of an appropriate response, Phil interrupted.

“Millie, Pete, leave my poor friends alone.” He clapped a hand on my shoulder and gently pushed me aside to clap his other onto Jack’s. “They’re not swingers. And this isn’ta swingers social. I’m out of the business.”

The space between Millie’s eyebrows narrowed and puckered as drops of

light rained down on her face. “It’s a free country, ain’t it?”



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Pamela Fagan Hutchins writes overly long emails, best-selling, award-winning mysteries (WINNER USA Best Book Award, Fiction: Cross Genre, Finalist) and hilarious nonfiction. The Houston Press named her as one of Houston's Top 10 Authors (2014).

She is a recovering attorney and investigator who resides deep in the heart of Nowheresville, Texas and in the frozen north of Wyoming. Pamela has a passion for great writing and smart authorpreneurship as well as long hikes with her hunky husband and pack of rescue dogs, traveling in the Bookmobile, and her Keurig. Visit her at http://pamelafaganhutchins.com or drop her a note pamela at pamelahutchins dot com. 

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Book Review: An Autograph for Anjali by Sundari Venkatraman

Greetings people,
An Autograph for Anjali, you will have no idea how this romantic, thriller, full of suspense and love story unfolds. I whooped with joy (silently coz it was 1 am) when I got to know how Autograph figures in the Title and what P B stand for.
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The Story:
Anjali Mathur, a multi millionaire's wife lives the royal life and is everyone's envy. In reality, she wants to break free from this golden cage. What keeps her going is her son Arjun and what the society will think. Her husband Jayant is a businessman to the core and as conservative as males can be. He is found murdered in cold blood in his own bedroom. Anjali seems upset but for some other reason. Parth Bhardwaj an Author, seems too friendly with Anjali and on good terms with Arjun as relatives observe. What could be the motive of the murder? What is Anjali & Parth's relationship? The Police have their doubts. Will the private detective solve the case?

What I liked:
The Maturity. Everything from the story line to characters to incidents had maturity. They story was not given the shade on infidelity. Platonic mostly. I am trying to avoid giving out spoilers, so bear with me.
It detailed how a wealthy wife's life can become cloying and colorless. Wealth cant make you humane. I wont term it as a social cause centric story.
Loved the characters. Anjali, nowadays I keep comparing all beautiful married women I see to Anjali. Trying to see if I can glimpse a sadness or dullness which they try to conceal. Im going Paranoid now, Sundari thanks to you :)
Arjun, can be the golden boy every mother would want, I liked his remark to Seema in the end about he not being like his father. Gave him the touch of reality and not make him too perfect.
Parth, what to say. Just Drool ;) A guy who reads, writes, listens, cooks, loves travelling, has traveled the world, is a self-made man, Greek god looks,...... what do you need more...also good in bed. Killer combination !
Jayant, though I hate this guy, reminds me of the dad in Tare zameen Pe. Sundari, you have fleshed him out perfectly.
The chapters though 90 are perfectly spaced out. The story flows in a steady rhythm.
The sensuous scenes are very vivid. Damn, my imagination :|

What I wanted more:
My peeve was Seema. How can a career oriented woman fall so low. OK, shutting up right now.
Jayant to show some humane side at least at the end.
Yes Sundari, you promised another book dedicated to Arjun. Cant wait for it :)

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Friday, May 6, 2016

Book Review: Color me Rich by Mohan Deep

Good day everyone,
I had mentioned I am reading the book Color Me Rich by Mohan Deep.
Here is a late review of the book. Sorry to keep you waiting.
Know more about the book and Author: Spotlight: Color Me Rich by Mohan Deep



Story:
Akash Saigal a student of JJ School of Arts, a handsome painter who could take modelling jobs but wouldnt and has his own principals he adhere's too. He is broke most times managing to make ends meet, lives in the small room with his friend Pran, a struggling actor also his man friday. He has other friends like Suma who is a song writer and aspires to be a ghazal singer and Bollywood aunty who feeds Akash though he is past credit limit. Suma loves Akash who thinks of her as good friend.

He meets Zenobia a socialite more than an artist. Its love at first sight and more when Zenobia reciprocates it back. They get married and Akash's career as an artist sky rockets. Zenobia has all the contacts and Akash delivers what he loves best doing. They have their tussels and arguments when Akash feels suffocated with all the partying and socializing. Zenobia goes from angry to suspicious wife to suicidal.
Then there is news that Zenobia is dead after falling from their 60th floor penthouse. Was it suicide or murder by Akash ? Its more than what the story gist tells you. Buy the book to know.

What I liked:
The exact depiction of an artists life. From the brushes to smoking to clothing. Also the life of people trying to survive instead of making it big in the Film Industry.
Again depiction of Zenobia's socialite life. How big business families operate and their set of problems which even money cant solve.
The story flows smoothly and is gripping. The big font helps finish the book faster.

What I wanted more:
Consistency :)  in terms of translation. Some places there are translation for the Hindi phrases some dont. Too many Hinglish references.
The end ! How could Akash spill it all out and then do the deed? I am not going to let out spoilers here.

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Spotlight: Wrong Means Right End by Varsha Dixit

Hello Beautiful People,
:D Another book by Varsha Dixit. The First I read was: Only Wheat not White
I missed the prequel Right Fit Wrong Shoe to this book. Not to worry. I will enjoy reading and connecting the dots backwards.
For the first time in few months, I have read and completed the book well in advance for my Review date.
Thank you The Book Club for hosting this Book and Thank you Varsha for righting such lovely reads.


Wrong Means Right End  
by 
Varsha Dixit 


Blurb 
Readers fell in love with Sneha and Nandini, two best friends who stuck to each other through heartbreak and joy in the bestselling novel, Right Fit Wrong Shoe. Now they are back in a delightful sequel that follows the two women as they begin the next phase of their lives in Mumbai.

After a failed marriage, Sneha, a single working mom, has no time, or inclination, for love. She resists every matchmaking attempt made by the overzealous Nandini, married to industrialist Aditya. But then the past intrudes in the form of the gorgeous and rich, Nikhil, who brings along Gayatri to break-up her ex-fiance, Aditya's marriage. Sneha enlists Nikhil's help to salvage the situation. But how does she even talk to a man who clearly loathes her? As Nikhil and Sneha try to grapple with their egos and combustible chemistry, love blossoms.

Wrong Means Right End, an exuberant story about love and friendship, is filled with surprises and a wicked twist at every turn.

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Varsha Dixit, the best selling author of four successful contemporary romance books. Her debut book, Right Fit Wrong Shoe was a national bestseller for the year 2010. Varsha was a part of the Indian Television Industry and worked as an assistant director and online editor. She considers herself a dreamer who thinks deep but writes light. Even though creativity is gender free, Varsha feels blessed and enriched to be a woman. Currently, with her family, Varsha resides in CA, USA.

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Thursday, May 5, 2016

Book Blitz: Rukhsat The Departure by Sujit Banerjee

Greetings Everyone,
A different genre here. 26 short stories. Result of #AtoZChallenge. Respect! To turn the Challenge posts into a book !


RUKHSAT THE DEPARTURE 
BY 
SUJIT BANERJEE
Blurb 
Where a story stops, another one begins. The thing with them is, they never walk alone. They always walk with a group of friends. Each reaches its own climax. Then with a final gasp of mortality and despair, fade away. No, they never die, they multiply. To the extent that the original gets lost and new ones are born. Over and over again. Yes, they get lost. No, they never die. They live on, permanently etched in the book of time. And from there, we borrow them and bring them alive. Again. And again. Here are twenty six of them, some standing alone and some chatting up with their long lost friends. When they depart, they leave a lingering fragrance of nostalgia and curiosity. What happened then?

Twenty-six alphabets, twenty-six names, and twenty-six short stories. Each exploring one unique emotion, taking you into the dark recess of the mind. Some frothy and most of them dark. Most standing alone and some facing a mirror, where the same story comes alive in two different ways, through two different protagonist . Meet myriad characters - from the single-minded prostitute to the man on the railways station bereft of any memory; a woman desperate for a biological child to a dead man's trial. Meet a jealous lover with a twisted brain and a gay man's memory of a one-night encounter. Meet twenty-six such characters arrested and sentenced for life inside the pages of a book. Each one leaving an indelible mark on your soul.

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C for Chitra – The Affair
Six years back he had gone to Bombay for a conference and had fallen in love with a girl. Few months later he confessed. The very next day Chitra bought two tickets to Bombay and dragging him by the scruff of his neck, landed in Bombay to confront the girl and her family. The girl might have taken the humiliation quietly had Chitra not made the mistake of berating her parents. She stood up from where she was sitting and spoke for ten minutes without a pause. When she finished, Chitra had her face buried in her palms, her husband was staring at his feet and the dog was snarling at them ominously. Her parents pretended they were elsewhere. Before booting them out, she told them she would keep the child.



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Destiny had other plans as well so I became a reluctant healer. A crazy Shaman in Mexico set the ball rolling and it has rolled all the way to Delhi. Today I both heal as well as read Tarot cards. My wife thinks I am mad. My friends think I am weird. I guess I am both. 

My first story was published in a magazine when I was seventeen. The Editor made such a hash of it that I stopped sending out my stories but I continued writing. Then I broke my heart and started writing poems; first in Hindi and then in English. All personal collection. They still remain personal. I do shudder when I read some of them! Then the short stories came back and written over two years - now is a collection.

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