Today we have another book for you which you can request to review. Yes, I know we’re right in the middle of our Festival of Words but we can’t keep the good stuff back, can we? 🙂
This one is Double Jeopardy from Sundari Venkatraman and published by Indireads.
About the book:
Sanya last saw the twins, Arth and Ansh Sharma, when she was ten years old. Now, all grown up, she has come looking for gentle Arth, the twin she has loved ever since she can remember. But instead, she is confronted with fiery Ansh, who is hell-bent on seducing her. And what’s worse, she can’t seem to stop herself from responding to him.
As she chases Arth and is chased by Ansh, Sanya finds herself on a crazy roller coaster ride with no way of getting off. How will she deal with these two very different men in her life? Will she be able to convince one twin that she loves the other?
About the author:
Even as a kid, Sundari Venkatraman she absolutely loved the ‘lived happily ever after’ syndrome as she grew up reading all the fairy tales she could lay her hands on. Soon, into her teens, she 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.
When Sundari quit her job at a school’s office in the year 2000, she did not know what to do with her life. She was saturated with simply reading books. That’s when she got home one evening after her walk and took some sheets of paper and began writing. It was like watching a movie that was running in her head – all those years of visualising Indian heroes and heroines needed an outlet and had to be put into words. That’s how her first novel, The Malhotra Bride, took shape.
While she felt discouraged when publishing did not happen, it was her husband who kept encouraging her not to give up. There was no looking back after that. While publishing took a long time happening, Sundari continued to write novels and then short stories and had them published in her blogs. Her luck turned when Indireads approached her to write for them and Double Jeopardy was born.
Read what Rubina Ramesh of The Book Club had to say about the book here.
1. If you are interested in reviewing Double Jeopardy, make a request for a copy by filling in these details using the Contact form:
a. Your name
b. URL of your blog
c. URL of a book review done by you
d. Let us know why you are interested in reviewing the book (mention the name of the book, please)
e. Your email address, as this is an e-book.
2. I will then forward your request to the author. If your request for a copy is accepted by the author, she will arrange to send you a copy.
3. Please post an honest review on your blog within 15 days of receiving the book.
4. Link your review to the linky at the bottom of this post.
5. The author/s will also appreciate if you added your review to Amazon and Goodreads.