Thursday, February 22, 2018

Book Spotlight of the Day: The Marriage Predicament by Sundari Venkatraman

Recommended by Rubina Ramesh

Today's Author in Spotlight does not need any introduction. With 21 titles in her kitty and god only knows how many more on her laptop, Sundari Venkatraman has been a guiding light for many indie authors.

According to Rubina Ramesh:

Her books are from the pages of life. Sangeeta, Megha, Yashodhara can really exist. Readers love this about her book. In one strange incident, which I must share with the readers, there is one reader who always comes to give a one-star rating to Sundari's book. He then returns to the next book and does the same. He then returns and again the same rating. One day I asked him as to why he does it and he shouted at me and said that not all girls are like Sangeeta. Not everyone will get a happy ending. I realized then that he was looking for answers in the pages of Sundari's book. That is some kind of devotion which many authors can only dream of. 

Book  Spotlight: The Marriage Predicament (The Thakore Royals, #1)
Author:  by Sundari Venkatraman
Print Length: 162 pages
Publication Date: January 9th, 2018


Princess Yashodhara Jadeja of Bhatewar isn’t at all keen to get married. With her tarnished past, she knows that her married life would never be easy. But, between her father’s Will and her mother’s persuasion, she’s left with no choice.

Prince Indrajeet Thakore of Udaipur agrees to meet Yashodhara as a prospective wife after his grandmother, Rajmata Santhini Devi, persuades him. While no cymbals crash at their first meeting, the couple grow to like and respect one another before they agree to tie the knot.

Both belong to royal families and both have responsibilities. Over and above all that, their marriage is plagued by a predicament, just as Yashodhara had expected. It looks like they can lead a happy married life only if the princess is willing to break a promise. Will she be able to do that? And will Prince Indrajeet continue to love her once he gets to know about her past?

Grab The Marriage Predicament from the links below  and the author would appreciate a Review on Amazon or a rating in Goodreads

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At February 23, 2018 at 5:48 AM , Anonymous Sundari Venkatraman said...

Thank you so much THE BOOK CLUB & Rubina Ramesh for the shout out. <3 <3 <3 You guys are the best!


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