Title: Trouble has a new name
Author: Adite Banerjie
Publisher: Mills and Boon by Harlequin India Pvt. Ltd.
Trouble, does it sound as a familiar term? Yes, the dudes out there, this bell is for you. Many-a-times; though on a lighter note or sarcastically; the word, ‘Trouble’ has been used as a synonym to ‘Females’. Hah! What a Blah notion! Even females get defeated by troubles and this story blows the trumpet loud.
A story based on the lives of the top-notch of the town and revolves round their mishap in the field of heart. Rayna Dutt, is a leading model who is scheduled to attend her best-friend’s marriage, bumps into Neel in the very last minute of the hour. Neel, to her is some consultant escorting the A-list attendees of the much talked about big fat Indian wedding of the times. It was not late when she actually, discovers who Neel is? Nevertheless, in the mean time, she also discovers that she is bound to share the villa allotted to her, with him. Oh Ghosh! Should I say, this is an ouch factor of the story?
A few developments from her recent past direct her to take a plunge into the storm of the life and take it into her stride. But, as is said, it doesn’t always goes as planned. She spots a few attendees whom she is damn bothered about their presence at the venue. Would you prefer to have a teaser here? Ok, I give in for you to build up your plans; it is a couple and an aunt! Check out how the three musketeers make her life hell! Are they the real troublemakers, whom the Adite is talking about or is she simply, being an overdone doll? Fuel your senses as you will be on-board as soon as you pick up the book to read.
To put it in simple words, an enjoyable holiday read!
The author makes the journey enjoyable right from the instance the commuters get ready for it. You will feel as if you are yourself the part of the wagon, the livid description of resort boutiques and the sceneries will make you to crazy to visit the locales, at least once in a lifetime. Coming closer to the family, the marriage celebrations though discussed in limited extent only were made lively by a hint of over-dosed and chirpy aunties and cousins. They will remind you of a typically high-end Punjabi family and its jazz. Moving further, the acquaintances were powerful enough to make her feel uneasy in their presence but then, she is a strong headed and self-made woman. She has her head on her heels and knows how to put it best to its use. Finally, the duo – a perfect combo of salt and spice!
Her characters are strongly influenced with their past lives and their future makes way through their present turning tides in their favor. But, it does not comes served in a platter, they need to follow the suite and the passage is not a smooth cake-walk, it has its share of troubles; every time in a new armor and new name!!!
Adite has a knack to hold on to the nerve of the story. She knows how to keep her readers embroiled with her words filling pages. I particularly liked the short-phrase terms used by her throughout the story. They keep the story going and impart it a young and vibrant vibe. She successfully transpires the idea to continue with the living spirit despite the loads of troubles in different shapes and names. After all, it is about living – life!
Read to find out if they will be able to fight back the odd ends out. Lastly, I conclude by saying that this is a breezy light-hearted romance for the love birds.
About the Book
Will you pretend to be my fiancé for the next few days?
Recently single model Ryna Dutt does not feel like flying to her friend’s big fat Indian wedding. But she does – and when a mix-up with room allocation forces her to share a luxury villa on Emerald Isle with the gorgeous owner of the Hotel, Neel Arora, best man at the wedding, things begin to look up.
Until Rayna’s ex turns up with a new girl on his arm!
Hitting the panic button, Rayna searches for a solution. Surely Neel woudn’t mind being her fake fiancé…? In an instant the attraction they share is at fever-pitch, but when scandal comes calling Rayna soon finds herself on more trouble than she can handle!