Today we’re very pleased to give you access to one of Harlequin India’s offerings – Kingdom Come by Aarti V Raman.
So what’s the book about?
Set against the serene beauty of Kashmir, Ladakh and Tibet, Kingdom Come is a gripping story of death and loss, vengeance and retribution, love and life. Krivi Iyer is an embittered former spy and bomb defusal expert with only one regret. That he couldn’t catch The Woodpecker, a dangerous, mentally unstable bomber who ended his partner’s family.
He has a second chance to go after his arch enemy with the arrival of Ziya Maarten, the manager of ‘Goonj Business Enterprises’ in Srinagar, Kashmir, who is alleged to be The Woodpecker’s sister. Except, Ziya is a beautiful distraction and not a terrorist’s sister.
When a tragedy in London tears Ziya’s life apart, she can only rely on Krivi to give her the absolution and vengeance she needs to move on. Between training to be an anti-terrorist squad member and finding The Woodpecker, Ziya uncovers the secrets of Krivi’s tormented past. But will two tortured souls find the courage to love?
And who is Aarti Raman? Let her tell you about herself :
I live in Mumbai, 27 years old, and my publishing credits include “White Knight” by Leadstart Publishing out in 2012. I was also a part of the romance anthology “An Atlas of Love” by Rupa Publications, which came out in February 2014. I have yet another novel “Lucas” which is part of a Historical romance series that comes out in June by a UK Based publishing house Knox Robinson. And my future works are in consideration with Harlequin Mills and Boon, Harlequin India and Rupa Publications.
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