Saturday, February 20, 2021

The Maharaja's Fake Fiancée by Alisha Kay


What happens when a free-spirited actress and an uptight Maharaja fake an engagement?

Depending on whom you ask, you either get a match made-in-heaven or a royal disaster.
When Diya Sharma's meddlesome mother tries to throw her into the arms of a mom-approved suitor, Diya runs the other way. Right into the arms of the most scandal-averse Maharaja on earth.
His Highness Veerendra Singh can recognise a pain-in-the-ass when he sees it. Especially when it falls into his arms.
Even if said pain-in-the-ass has legs that go on for ever and lush lips that just beg to be kissed, Veer doesn’t need another scandalous actress destroying his family’s happiness. So all he wants to do is run in the opposite direction.
But, when a marriage-minded princess sets her sights on him, Veer runs back into Diya’s arms to propose a fake engagement.
When the lines between real and fake start to blur, Diya and Veer need to decide what is important? Long held prejudices or the yearnings of their heart?

Alisha Kay is a Delhi based writer, who writes romances set in India.

She doesn’t hold with the concept of damsel-in-distress, which is why her heroines are spunky women with a sharp tongue and the ability to rescue themselves. Her heroes are hot men who are woke enough to find that independence irresistible. 

A Maharaja of Her Own is Alisha’s first book.

Friday, January 29, 2021

Book Spotlight on Araina’s Always and Forever by Esha Pandey

Here’s a sneak peak of Esha’s new short, Araina’s Always and Forever.

Blurb: Araina is back at her cottage in Nainital after a gap of ten years to celebrate New Year's Eve. She has carefully avoided anything that reminds her of Abhimanyu, the guy she was head over heels in love with, the guy who broke her heart, ten years back. But on her very first day, she runs into him and realizes she is still not over him.
What follows is a rollercoaster of emotions. Abhimanyu is as handsome as she remembered him to be, and he melts her insides with just a smile.
Araina is hurt and angry, but Abhimanyu is determined to seek forgiveness and make her his.
Will she give in?
Does she still love him enough?
Will there be an 'Always and Forever?
Do Abhimanyu and Araina seize their second chance at love? Read Araina's Always and Forever to find out.


Length: 58 pages

Genre: Romance

Price: ₹49 or Free on KindleUnlimited

Excerpt: After a few seconds, he said, “Happy New Year Rainy!”
My heart stopped beating. Only he called me that. Rainy. It was surreal to hear him call me that. I wanted to hug him. But I shouted back, “Happy New Year” without turning back. I walked faster towards the safety of my cottage. I had to get away or I would beg him to make me his.

Author Bio: Esha Pandey is the author of Someone Exactly Like You published by Rupa Publications. Her recent book Truly, Madly, Crazily in Love became an Amazon Bestseller. She has also written short stories available as Coffee Shorts and a collection of stories as I Will Meet You There

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Friday, January 15, 2021

Cover Reveal : Right Kind of Wrong by Shilpa Suraj


He's dangerous, damaged and doomed but he's hers...

With no name, no medical history, multiple gunshot wounds and enough security to rival the Prime Minister’s, Dr Aria Dubey’s new patient is something more than she asked for. And everything she might just need.

Intelligence Officer Karan Bhatnagar has only vengeance on his mind. Nothing will stop him from seeking justice for his murdered parents. 

Not even almost losing his own life. And certainly not the doctor who healed but couldn’t save him. The woman he can’t afford to fall for. And the killer's next target.

There's only one thing left to do...find the killer and end him before he ends them. Will Karan and Aria risk everything for a love that is all kinds of wrong? And yet, is the right kind of wrong.

Releasing on 26th January!

About the Author:

Shilpa Suraj wears many hats - corporate drone, homemaker, mother to a fabulous toddler and author.

An avid reader with an overactive imagination, Shilpa has weaved stories in her head since she was a child. Her previous stints at Google, in an ad agency and as an entrepreneur provide colour to her present day stories, both fiction and non-fiction.

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