Saturday, October 29, 2016

Tornado Giveaway 3: Book No. : MR. X by Clarissa Wild

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Name of the Book: MR. X
Author: Clarissa Wild

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*Author Note: This is not your average romance story. Some people will kill for love.*

He’s come to kill me.

I’m a user and abuser of my own body. In my darkest hour I sold my soul to the devil and now I must pay the price. With his gun to my head I have no choice but to listen and obey, but I refuse to go down easily. Nothing is stronger than the will to survive. My instincts kicked into full gear the second he stepped into my motel room.

Except when I look at him I see my own heart staring back at me. A history tainted by blood.

I don’t know his name, but I know he wants me. To save myself I’ll sacrifice my sanity. My body. My soul. Something tells me the x-shaped scar that marks his eye is the only escape I have. He is Mr. X: the man who comes to claim my life. Can I save myself before he demands my heart?

WARNING: This book contains very disturbing situations, dubious consent, breath deprivation, strong language, drugs and alcohol, and graphic violence.


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Clarissa Wild is a New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author, best known for the dark Romance novel Mr. X. Her novels include the Fierce Series, the Delirious Series, and Stalker. She is also a writer of erotic romance such as the Blissful Series, The Billionaire's Bet series, and the Enflamed Series. She is an avid reader and writer of sexy stories about hot men and feisty women. Her other loves include her furry cat friend and learning about different cultures. In her free time she enjoys watching all sorts of movies, reading tons of books and cooking her favorite meals.

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Friday, October 28, 2016

Tornado Giveaway 3: Book No. 11: SONGS OF A SOLITARY TREE by Arun M Sivakrishna

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Name of the Book: SONGS OF A SOLITARY TREE
Author: Arun M Sivakrishna

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Poems on the hard-hitting facets of life, depicting with ease the agony and pain a man goes through in life. Sometimes it is the feeling of anguish and euphoria of love. The perplexities faced, the agony, and anguish of a man.

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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Tornado Giveaway 3: Book No. 10: BIRDS OF PREY by Archana Sarat

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Name of the Book: BIRDS OF PREY
Author: Archana Sarat

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Tornado Giveaway 3: Book No. 7: EPIPHANY: TALES OF REVELATION by Ankita Rathour

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Name of the Book: EPIPHANY: TALES OF REVELATION
Author: Ankita Rathour

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"A true and brutally honest utterance of love, this book connects with you instantly. An attempt to bring out the various nuances of a heart in love, the collection ranges from romantic poems to poems dwelling with the questions of self. This book is for everyone who wants to have a rendezvous with themselves and also with the ones they love in a familiar yet newer light."


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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Tornado Giveaway 3: Book No. 2: NO SAFE ZONE by Adite Banerjie

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Name of the Book: NO SAFE ZONE
Author: Adite Banerjie

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Qiara Rana will do anything to save her mentor and their non-government organization from ruin. Even if it means visiting the city she had vowed never to return to. But within a few hours of landing in New Delhi, she is being chased by a gunman and is a potential suspect in the murder of a high-profile businessman. 

The only person she can turn to for help is Kabir Shorey, the man who stood her up ten years ago. Past and present collide in a deadly plot of crime and greed that moves from the cosmopolitan streets of Delhi to the bazaars and villages of Rajasthan. 


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Adite Banerjie discovered the wonderful world of books at an early age which sparked her interest in writing. After a fulfilling and exciting career as a business journalist she turned her attention to fiction. 

Her latest book is a romantic-thriller, No Safe Zone, published by Harper Collins India. She has penned two books for Mills & Boon (The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal and Trouble Has a New Name) and written several screenplays. 

When she is not grappling with her current work-in-progress, she enjoys spending time with her husband and watching back-to-back movies. 

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Monday, October 17, 2016

BOOK REVIEW: A TIME TO BURNISH BY RADHIKA NATHAN

Name of the Book: A Time To Burnish
Name of the Author: Radhika Nathan
Rating: 4 Stars

After a long time, I am reading a book which gave me the same feeling that one gets after reading books like the Tomb Raider- that of an explorer. Meet our desi Lara Croft – Vidya.

What is the story about:
Two brothers Josh and Tom who are complete opposites yet their love for each other binds them together. While Tom is into ancient art and history, Josh loves hacking and other gizmos. But when Tom acquires an ancient Nataraja for the museum, he starts questioning its originality. Being physically challenged, he has to ask his brother, Josh, for help. Josh has to travel to India to check out the authenticity of the statue. There he meets Vidya and a love-hate relationship starts between them. You can say that throughout the story, Vidya is the charioteer who is showing Josh across India.
A few sweet moments:

I love the way, the author has introduced India to  the readers, through Josh’s eyes. The love story between Josh and Vidya does not overshadow the thriller aspect of this novel. There is also a background story, which had occurred centuries ago and has a lot of impact on the events that was occurring throughout this novel.

Ms. Nathan has woven a tale of intrigue and there are not many ‘whodunnit’ moments in this story. In fact, you cannot say that there are lots of suspects nor many nail-biting incidents, except one or two, in this novel. You can call it more of an exploration. Of a journey of a man who could not walk and uses the eye of another to know what is happening. Few things that make this novel a page-turner is the built-up to curiosity, to know if the artifact is indeed authentic or not.

A few tough calls
This novel forms an interesting read no doubt, but calling at the thriller will not be appropriate. When a guy is following Vidya. I expected something to happen. You can say that as a reader I’m jaded due to  a lot of melodramas that goes on in the movies. The story made me wonder that if such a situation had happened in my life, were these not the steps that I would take as a normal person? I suppose as a reader, especially of that of the thriller genre, one expects a lot of melodrama, which is lacking in this novel. Some might like it and some may not – and it entirely depends on the individualistic taste of a reader.

What I liked
Relationships are given a lot of importance in this novel. The relationship between a father and a daughter and that of the two brothers is well-written. One does not have to always agree with their loved ones to show a good relationship. The author has brought the sensitivities of their relationship very beautifully out in this novel. Let’s take the relationship between Tom and Josh. Josh did not have to do what Tom asked him to do, yet he goes all the way out to fulfill the dream of his brother.

I like the way the relationship between Josh and Vidya developed. They took the time to understand each other and it was very subtle throughout the novel.

Cultural and ideological boundaries are crossed over in this novel and it makes a fascinating read to see how each react to each other’s culture. With the world shrinking, such cases are not rare anymore and we have started accepting it to a great extent. Some of us find it cute too.

 What I didn't like
As I have mentioned before, the thriller aspect of this novel is not as fast-paced as I expected it to be. When Tom first speaks about the artifact, I had expected a lot of action to go behind in finding the truth. But nothing like that happened. It can be any guy, walking on the streets of India and searching for some truth. There was nothing extraordinary about the characters under the extraordinary situation – and this was the main problem that I had with this novel.

WOULD I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK?
The language of the book is superb and the editing is very well done. For those who love a clean and a –well-written thriller, this book is a must-read.


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Friday, October 14, 2016

Book Blitz: SECOND CHANCE AT FOREVER BY SUMMERITA RHAYNE


Second Chance At Forever 
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Summerita Rhayne



Blurb:

What happens when the terrible twos come in threes?

Stuti loves being a mother to her triplets, but it can be a harrowing routine. She's even more submerged in the craziness when she takes them and her mom-in-law for a trip to Rajasthan, the land of the erstwhile Thar desert royals and their palaces. After the passing away of her husband, she feels she owes it to her mil to take her to her favourite holiday. In the Amber Palace, her reckless toddler rushes onto a modelling shoot. As she picks up her daughter who has tripped over a gorgeous zardozi sari, her gaze clashes with that of the man she'd hoped never to set eyes on again in her life.

A passion that threatens to set fire to more than just her senses
Revath was everything she wanted in a man, but six years ago he chose to walk away from her. Now he wants to be back in her life. When she knows he doesn't want the same things in life that she does, would she be wise to let anything rekindle between them? Is it already too late for rethinks?

Desire that has to be denied
Revath knew the moment he met Stuti again that he couldn't just let her go. But Stuti is absolutely the wrong woman for him. It was proved six years ago when they chose diametrically opposite ways for themselves. He doesn't believe in forever, so what's he doing asking her for a second chance?
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Can three little miracles be a barrier to two people finding love?

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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. Her pet belief is, 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, October 13, 2016

Blog Tour: WITH YOU I DANCE by Aarti V Raman


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With You I Dance
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Blurb

Meera Sagar had everything—the perfect job as a principal ballerina (for a prestigious New York ballet company) and a man who loved her as much as she loved him. But tragedy struck on the night before her biggest performance, forcing her to do the one thing she never wanted to do—come back home. To Mumbai.

Now, a year later, Meera is still trying to pick up the pieces, while fending off marriage proposals from her well-meaning but traditional Gujarati family, and figure life out all over again. By starting a ballet school in Mumbai. But she has two problems. One, she doesn’t know anything about running a business. And two, she can’t dance. Not anymore.

Enter . . .
Abeer Goswami. Hotshot junior partner at a South Bombay law firm and a man nursing a broken heart. When he meets Meera again, the woman who left him, he tries his hardest to be her friend, to help her . . . and not let the past get in the way.

And then . . .
There is the sexy Zoya Sehgal. Meera’s only friend in the city and the woman Abeer is currently seeing. They say triangles have pointy edges, for a reason. Will Meera find a new dream in her ballet school? Can Abeer and Meera find their way back to each other again? And, most important, has Meera danced for the last time?

With you I dance is a warm, funny, at times heart-rending, love story of second chances, true love, and finding yourself when your dearest dream has vanished.


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Aarti V Raman is an established novelist in the romantic thriller genre (White Knight, Kingdom Come) with her third book, a contemporary romance titled “With You I Dance” out soon with Fingerprint Publishing.

29 years old, she graduated from Mumbai University in 2007 with a degree in Mass Media focused on Journalism, which provided her the perfect background for conducting sound research on any project. She then went on to study Creative and Professional Writing at Deakin University in Melbourne for post-graduation in 2008. It was there that she learned to hone her craft and lifelong ambition of writing romances that had strong characters and stronger stories that remained etched in the reader's minds.

While waiting for her big break, Aarti pursued commercial writing and gained a vast amount of knowledge (from fishing tackle to soft toys) that she claims have helped her with molding better stories. Her first novel "White Knight" was published by Leadstart in 2012 and gave her the impetus to continue writing. In 2013, her work was excerpted in the Tamil Edition of Mills and Boon novels. And in 2014, her short story "Post-Coital Cigarette" was chosen to be part of the Rupa Romance Anthology "An Atlas of Love" curated by bestselling author Anuja Chauhan.

Her latest novel "Kingdom Come" (Harlequin MIRA) has enjoyed a brief stay at the bestseller lists in Amazon India. Her work is represented by Red Ink Literary Agency, Delhi. And very recently, she was a speaker and panellist at the Goa Arts and Literary Fest 2014, Vth Edition.

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Blog Tour: NO SAFE ZONE by Adite Banerjie



NO SAFE ZONE 
by
ADITE BANERJIE



Blurb

Qiara Rana will do anything to save her mentor and their non-government organization from ruin. Even if it means visiting the city she had vowed never to return to. But within a few hours of landing in New Delhi, she is being chased by a gunman and is a potential suspect in the murder of a high-profile businessman. 

The only person she can turn to for help is Kabir Shorey, the man who stood her up ten years ago. Past and present collide in a deadly plot of crime and greed that moves from the cosmopolitan streets of Delhi to the bazaars and villages of Rajasthan. 


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Kabir couldn’t take his eyes off the game in progress. The sight of the polo players astride their horses, moving as a seamless entity, while steering the ball away from their opponents made him restless. He hadn’t ridden a horse or held a polo club in his hands for years. He had to use all his self-control to stop himself from rushing on to the field, pulling down one of the players and laying claim to his horse.
The memories came galloping back from the deepest recesses of his mind—Chetak with the brilliant white star in the middle of his forehead. What a dream team they had made. Chetak could anticipate his every move on the polo field even before he could think of it. They had never lost a game, making their perfectly matched combination the envy of every player in Rajasthan. If only they hadn’t been such a success on the polo turf…maybe things would have been different. Kabir’s heart burnt with longing and regret and the emotions bubbled within him like a dormant volcano beginning to stir up again.
Taking a deep, self-sustaining breath he raised his telephoto-lens equipped camera to his eyes, more to hide the dampness in his eyes. He focused on the spectators stand as he tried to reorient himself to his mission. He was here to get information on Ranveer Khanna, a known polo aficionado. It was the final day of the annual championships hosted by the Army Polo Club and Khanna was bound to show up.
Suddenly, two men appeared in the camera’s view finder. One of them was definitely Khanna while the other was a taller, stockily built man in his mid-twenties.
Kabir snapped a few pictures in quick succession. The younger man seemed to be agitated and was waving his finger threateningly at Khanna. He also didn’t quite fit the typical characteristics of a polo enthusiast. His attire was a little shabbier than what the other patrons of the club sported at such an elite affair. Perhaps, he was a chauffeur or a helper? His attitude though was far from servile. In fact, Khanna looked a trifle intimidated. After a couple of minutes, Khanna said something and turned to go inside the club.
Kabir took a few more random shots as he saw a waiter approach Khanna and say a few words to him.
Just at that moment Kabir’s cell phone beeped in his shirt pocket. It was Zayed—his new partner! Smirking at the thought, Kabir answered the call.
“Our man is here. Found out from the concierge, Khanna has recently acquired two stallions and is also a patron of a polo team in Argentina. It seems like he is either partnering with some other loaded investors or is a front for them.”
He waited to hear out Zayed’s response and swallowed the oath that sprang to his lips. “Zayed, if you already knew it, why you didn’t tell me?” Seconds later Kabir burst out, “Don’t give me that bullcrap. You and I are supposed to be on the same team, remember? If you had any doubts about my capabilities you should have spoken up at the meeting. If we have to work together, we share information, got it?”
Kabir felt his blood pressure rise up a notch as Zayed disgorged some more intel. Apparently, the NCA had informed him that Girls Rock! might be a money laundering front for Khanna.
“Someone from Girls Rock! is supposed to meet—hello? Are you there?”
Kabir cursed as he checked the screen of his phone to find the network signal had dropped. Moving away from the bleachers, he walked towards the club, trying to reach Zayed. He paced around a bit outside the entrance, waiting for the network signal to show up. Not even one blasted green light. He stormed into the club house in search of a landline phone. What else was Zayed not telling him? Clearly, Zayed’s reputation of not being a team player was quite accurate. It seemed like he needed to lay down some ground rules with his partner soon or else this investigation was doomed.
Scanning the lounge area, he spotted Khanna talking to a woman whose back was turned to him. After a few seconds, he saw her get up and follow Khanna out.
Kabir’s glance froze on the woman. She was petite, with the same china-doll-like figure, the same sexy gait, the same sway to her hips that made his heart pump harder. He raised the camera to his eyes, zooming in on her face to get a closer look but she was looking away. Nevertheless, he got a couple of shots before she disappeared down the corridor towards the inner sanctum of the club.
Was it her? Watching a polo match after all these years had sent his mind into throwback mode. He must be hallucinating! Get real, Kabir! 


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Adite Banerjie discovered the wonderful world of books at an early age which sparked her interest in writing. After a fulfilling and exciting career as a business journalist she turned her attention to fiction. Her latest book is a romantic-thriller No Safe Zone, published by Harper Collins India. She has penned two books for Mills & Boon (The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal and Trouble Has a New Name) and written several screenplays. When she is not grappling with her current work-in-progress, she enjoys spending time with her writer husband and watching back-to-back movies. 

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KANCHANA BANERJEE, AUTHOR OF 'A FORGOTTEN AFFAIR', SPEAKS TO SANCHITA SEN

Author Kanchana Banerjee, speaks about her inspiration, inhibition and ambitions, in an interview about her latest release 'A Forgotten Affair'

She might not remember your name or your face, but your words and your mannerisms will stay with her. That's how closely she observes you, that's how close she gets to human relationships. So her first book had to be about relationships, and Kanchana's book is as riveting as it can get. Though named 'A forgotten Affair', I am sure this is one story that will be difficult to forget. Written with the intent to tug at the right strings that connect to your heart, this story just does that! Here in this interview, the author bares it all about her book, how she came upon conceptualizing it, her inspiration for the protagonist, time taken to finish the dream project and above all what should aspiring writers never feel tired of doing. Sync up with Kanchana to know more:

Sanchita: What was your inspiration or should I say the driving force that led you shape the plot of your story?

Kanchana: As a features writer for various publications, I’ve been writing for years. Relationship, women’s issues and profiles of women have been my forte and also interest. I observe people very carefully. I may forget your name, your face, what you wear but I will never forget your words or your mannerisms. So my debut novel had to be about relationships. The fact that women are minimized in their relationships is nothing new. This happens, often, in so called sophisticated and erudite families. I have seen educated women being emotionally abused by their very well qualified and uber successful men who can’t think beyond their career and growth. Having said this, I wish to add that I didn’t write this novel to make a social comment, or to prove a point. I’m a story teller and I wanted to write an interesting story that readers would like to read. And if after reading it, I’m able to touch a chord or leave a thought in their heart and mind, then my job is done.

Sanchita: When character sketching your protagonist, did you have anyone particular in mind?

Kanchana: Except the character of Rishab, which is totally out of my imagination of a despicable man; all other characters are inspired by people I know. The protagonist looks like a woman I met at a party years ago. Wild hair, fair face, big expressive eyes with a strawberry mark at the base of her neck. We
never met again, but she was so striking that I remembered her. I moved the strawberry mark to an intimate location on her body for the sake of the story. But Sagarika has a lot of Kanchana in her too. She likes her coffee bitter but gulps sugar cubes; that’s me. She doesn’t like milk heated in the microwave, she likes it boiled; that’s me again. Sagarika loses her memory to find herself finally, Kanchana wrote the book, fulfilled her long cherished dream and found herself. So yes, in many ways I’m Sagarika.

Sanchita: How long did it take you to work on the book? From conceptualizing to the last chapter?

Kanchana: I began in Jan 2014 and finished the first draft in September 2014. I got it beta-read and also gave it to three friends who are voracious readers and brilliant writers. After their feedback, along with the comments from my beta-reader I chopped off 40k words, made the story more punchy and fast paced. Two months of relentless labour. May 2015 I received the acceptance mail from HarperCollins.

Sanchita: Who is Kanchana Banerjee. Her biggest fear as a writer? How did you overcome them?

Kanchana: I’m a story teller. I enjoy stories in various forms – TV, movies and of course books. I love writing. I enjoy the process…it’s akin to playing God. It’s so much fun making characters, their lives, placing hurdles in their way, making them do what I want…I love the whole process. My biggest fear is
behind me. I used to worry what if I’m never able to make my dream come true. An unfulfilled dream is like a stubborn thorn stuck in your heart and soul. It doesn’t stop pricking and hurting. So my biggest fear was what if I’m never able to write and publish my book. Having done that, I’m not worried anymore. I’m not in the race to write 20 books. I don't enjoy the process of writing too much to make it into a dreadful regime of churning out books every three months. I will write, but it will be at my own pace.

Sanchita: When you are not reading or writing, what do you love doing?

Kanchana: I’m a movie buff and a TV addict. I’m in love with TV serials like House of Cards, Grey’s Anatomy, The Affair…and of course Friends. What brilliant story telling! Till my son left for college, we used to watch a lot of TV and films together. I’m a mom to two dogs and I love playing with them.

Sanchita: What was your first written piece that you are really in love with?

Kanchana: My first piece of writing was an essay I wrote when I was in class 6. The topic was – imagine you are a slave and are standing in a market as people are bidding for you. Unfortunately, I don’t have that piece with me anymore, but I remember getting a lot of praise from my English teacher, friends and my family. That was the first time I received a lot of accolade for writing something, and I think that’s when it began; the interest in writing. Since then I have come a very long way; writing for a plethora of publications, companies and finally my book. Every piece is special but I am also very critical of my work. I’m a Virgo so criticism comes naturally to me. I like what I write, but I’m not in love with any of it. I think I can do better, learn and grow a lot more as a writer.

Sanchita: Your word of advice to writers who want to be authors?

Kanchana: Read, read and read. And then write. More you write, better it will get. Let the words flow, even if you feel it’s garbage; just keep writing. You need to get that out of you so that the good stuff comes out. Writing isn’t easy, nothing is. It’s a long haul, almost like a marathon. There will be moments of despair, frustration and you will feel like it isn’t happening. You will want to quit. But don’t. Just stay on course and keep writing.

Sanchita: Sneak peek into your next project?

Kanchana: Sorry, but no sneak peek. I'm very superstitious about my work and don’t talk about it till it’s out. And let’s not take away the focus from Sagarika and the Forgotten Affair. My novel 2 is also on relationships; more complex, lot of characters.

Rapid fire round (first thought that comes to your mind when you hear these words)

  1. Vision: To keep writing interesting stories
  2. Memory: Childhood. Time spent with parents as a kid. Time spent with my son during his growing years.
  3. Subconscious: Various plots and story ideas floating in my head.
  4. Flowers: Daffodils, wild flowers alongside the road, valley of flowers. I want to go there.
  5. World: My family. Husband, son and two dogs. That’s my world.


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