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August 2018

Title: Take One Fake Fiancé

Author: Reet Singh

Introducing Tanay – the irresistible hero in Reet Singh’s Take One Fake Fiancé

If the car was any indication, detectives must make a lot of money. Mita couldn’t help but admire the comfortable and tasteful interior, but then Tanay changed a gear, his hand brushing her thigh, and she got distracted by the man – by his sheer physical presence.

He looked quite the demigod – the casual outfit showed off tanned skin, and the tight t-shirt highlighted well-toned muscles. Damp, ebony black hair curled about his ears – locks of it falling over a prominent brow made him look boyish and affable; however, an aquiline nose, the thick arching brows, and a firm, square, bearded jaw all totaled up to dangerous.

She turned her gaze away. He wasn’t a demigod, he was a pirate and she’d do well to remember that. The beard added weight to the pirate theory and she steeled herself against feeling any curiosity whatsoever.

About the book

The Blurb

Mita Ramphul is single and fancy-free – and she wants to stay that way for the foreseeable future. Living and working on the idyllic island of Mauritius is the stuff dreams are made of – until she bumps into a man who threatens to destroy it all.

Tanay Devkumar is cynical and shuttered – events in his past have cast a long and deep shadow. Convinced that Mita Ramphul represents a threat to his sister’s happiness, he seeks her out, determined to block her nefarious plans.

They meet in circumstances that can only be described as hostile – suspicions abound and resentments flare on both sides, even as attraction simmers beneath the surface. A series of disastrous events follow and they are compelled to pretend that they are in love and wish to marry.

It is meant to be a temporary engagement – but will Mita be able to resist her fake fiancé or will his scorching kisses make her yearn for something more permanent?

 

Originally published as “Scorched by His Fire” by Harlequin India, 2014

Take One Fake Fiancé is a refurbished, revamped, remodelled, updated version of Scorched and will soon be available on Kindle

The Cover

 

 

 

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That’s Mita and Tanay on the cover.

Want to meet Mita?
Head on over to Devika Fernando’s blog where’s she’s hosting her – Mita’s really mad about something so be warned! (insert link)

How do Mita and Tanay meet?
Find out on Ruchi Singh’s blog

And if you want to find out what Tanay and Mita do when they think their creator – Reet Singh – isn’t watching, visit Adite Banerjie’s blog for a shocker!

There’s also a post about Mita and Tanay sharing a stolen kiss which you might want to see on Preethi Venugopala’s blog 

Book Buying Links

 

Amazon India

Amazon US

Amazon Canada

Amazon Australia

 

Finally, here is  Reet Singh – she’s in regal mode because she loves her cover!

Reet Regal

 

Look her up – she usually hangs out on her website, on twitter, or on facebook.

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Rakhi Bonanza Offer ! Don’t miss

Paromita Goswami

With the onset of festivals here is the first gift for you. This Rakhi surprise your brother and sister with these two short reads.

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Kya Mein Azaad Hun ? : My freedom? (Hindi Poem)

Paromita Goswami

We celebrated our 72nd Independence day on 15th August, 2018. But are we really independent? When the chains of our patriarch society is so strong can we, the women folk, really be independent? What if they know their strength and want to be free. Can we stop them.

This poem is dedicated to all women who made a difference to their lives inspite of all the challenges they faced at the hands of our society.

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Photo courtesy : Mathilda Khoo

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CrazyCatLadyNovellaTitle: Crazy Cat Lady Finds Love

Author :  Sudesna Ghosh

Genre: Romance/Romantic Comedy

Length: 62 pages (novella)

Blurb:

She’s a member of the Crazy Cat Ladies Club.
Her life is all about cats and the cat ladies.
Until the purrfect cat man comes along…

Excerpt:

Would Navin think I was pretty? Would he hold my hand? Maybe he would kiss me if we got some privacy?

“Too many questions, Sue,” I told myself, as the cab rolled on.

Navin sent me a text saying he would be at the café in 15 minutes. He added another text saying he couldn’t wait to meet me finally. Aww. Genuine excitement or was he being polite? I wasn’t the insecure kind but this online dating thing just filled relationships with so much mystery. Never tried it in my 20s.

The Crazy Cat Ladies Club group had three messages; one from each of the ladies, telling me to relax and give them details after he left. I wrote back asking Sunita to let us know about Vivek’s visit that night too. She replied: I will. Sigh.

Turning off my mobile data, I felt my stomach churn as we pulled up at my destination. There stood my date, dressed immaculately in a polo neck tee and dark jeans, feeding a street dog biscuits. The dog wagged his tail and Navin’s eyes said it all – he had the same look in them that I’d seen in my friends’ eyes when we were with animals. Love. It was pure, beautiful love.

What Amazon readers are saying:

“The author has a wry observational voice that makes me chuckle every time I read her. The cats are cute too and the dude is extra cute! Five full stars.”

“Along with men trouble, dating issues, canine problems, and Cat man, Navin, this book makes the perfect satisfying read for pet lovers and others, alike. if you haven’t considered keeping a pet, you may be tempted to after reading this. very refreshing and a fun great read!”

Buying Links

Amazon

 

 

Author Bio

 

Sudesna or Sue, is a multi-genre author based in Kolkata, India. She has penned My Singapore Fling, A Perfect New York Christmas, Can a Fat Girl Get a First Kiss? and many other books. Her short stories have been published in magazines across India. When she isn’t reading or writing, you can find her trying to keep her rescue cats happy.

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Ooo Bondhu Ree! – Hello Friend! (Hindi Poetry)

Paromita Goswami

Life without friends is meaningless.

Remembering the precious gems in my life who have always made me look the life like a beautiful colorful canvas. Thank you for being there for me always!

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Print Length: 154 pages
Publisher: Flaming Sun (Indie published) 
Publication Date: August 1, 2018
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
Available on Kindle Unlimited 
Genre: Romance
 
Dayanita Thakore was a prickly princess who didn’t care for the idea of any man getting close to her… until Prince Harshvardhan Singh Gaekwad turns up in her life.
 
Sparks fly even at their first meeting when the Princess of Udaipur clashes with the Prince of Baroda.
 
He falls in love with the fiery princess while she fights her attraction to him tooth and nail.
 
He woos her, beguiles her, cherishes her…
 
…while the princess feels that maybe he couldn’t love such a tempestuous woman such as herself.
 
But before they could cross the great divide and get to know each other, something happens, something terrible that might just blow their lives apart.  
It would be great if you can add this book to your TBR


Sundari Venkatraman is an indie author who has 35 titles (31 books & 4 collections) to her name, all Top 100 Bestsellers on Amazon India, Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Amazon Canada and Amazon Australia in both romance as well as Asian Drama categories. Her latest hot romances have all been on #1 Bestseller slot in Amazon India for over a month.
 
Even as a kid, Sundari absolutely loved the ‘lived happily ever after’ syndrome as she grew up reading all the fairy tales she could lay her hands on, Phantom comics, Mandrake comics and the like. It was always about good triumphing over evil and a happy end. 
 
Soon, into her teens, Sundari switched her attention from fairy tales to Mills & Boon. While she loved reading both of these, she kept visualising what would have happened if there were similar situations happening in India; to a local hero and heroine. Her imagination took flight and she always lived in a rosy cocoon of romance over the years. 
 
Then came the writing – a true bolt out of the blue! And Sundari Venkatraman has never looked back.

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