- File Size: 332 KB
- Print Length: 139 pages
- Publisher: The Book Club (December 8, 2016)
- Publication Date: December 8, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N0P3ZEM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #410,067 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Finding The Angel Kindle Edition
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I’m currently writing royal romance novels, so reading about a modern-day Indian prince and his family sounded like paradise. It did enjoy the glimpses of their lives immensely. Without wasting precious moments on too many descriptions, the author brought the palace and its setting to life. Aryan did act like a prince with a rakish edge and was an interesting hero. I think, like Shefali, first I fell in lust with him and then I began to like and love him. Cleverly done! As for Shefali, I admired her courage and her passion. She had a vulnerable side too, but that didn’t keep her from using her brain and trying to stand her ground against Aryan sensual onslaughts and all the other people meddling with her life. The prince’s family was fascinating to read about and provided the perfect backdrop, though I would have liked to learn a little more about them and especially about the past and mysterious connection to the stolen Angel.
The title is a great idea, as it can mean more than the obvious thing and is also a recurring symbol in the story, especially towards the ending. Speaking of the ending, it was no huge surprise, but well executed and everything the hero and heroine could have wished for. The chemistry between Shefali and Aryan was sizzling, the steamy scenes between them hot but tasteful. Sometimes I almost wishes they were a little less, for their powerful attraction to each other caused the protagonists to behave a bit abruptly sometimes. Their constant on and off, hot and cold, yes and no kept me on my toes.
If you enjoy love stories set in India, a glimpse of royalty and riches, and a story that holds its own against a dozen movies and soap operas, then give this debut a try. Its simple language, fast pace and sensual scenes make it a winner.
I have been reading Rubina’s stories and short fiction since I found the world of blogging five years ago. I was eager to read a romance from Rubina and when she asked me to proofread the book for her, I was impressed with the storyline. I have always been fascinated by her writing and the twists she spins in her stories. Her earlier book of short stories Knitted Tales has been gathering a lot of fans and stars and I was expecting traces of suspense in Finding The Angel as well but she has proved her versatility as a writer with this book.
Aryan and Shefali meet each other and the sparks are flying with hot chemistry that is at the core of a good romance. I enjoyed their interactions, both of them trying to find their balance and yet falling hard for each other.
Aryan, the handsome prince and debonair hero with the responsibility of a dynasty on his shoulders. He is a true blue Mills and Boon hero and if like me you love romance and the ‘dear old M&Bs’ you will love him and this book as well.
Shefali is a sweet, gentle, kind hearted, beautiful orphan. She is hard working and honest and agrees to Aryan’s plans to do her best to find the missing heirloom.
The book is a quick read with a fast-paced story, great chemistry between the lead pair and supporting characters that are begging for their own stories. The suspense and mystery of the Fabergé Egg adds to the quaint charm of the book and adds a regal touch to the story.
A hint of heartbreak, a touch of deceit, a glimpse of the debauchery of royalty and a love that binds the threads together into a striking story. Finding the Angel is a well-written book and leaves the reader with a smile.
The handsome prince Aryan of Ranaut has had a turbulent childhood as far as his parents are concerned and does not easily trust an outsider; even if the outsider is someone he is extremely attracted to. Shefali Verma, an art curator, is contracted to log and document the priceless, rare artefacts owned by Ranaut’s royal family for generation. The problem starts when one of them goes missing…
While Aryan is perfect as a high-profile, royalty who is understandably a bit cut above the rest, Shefali is demure yet highly responsible and professional girl. The other supporting characters give a perfect back drop to the two protagonists, be it Aryan’s mother Gitanjali devi or his sisters, their husbands or Aryan’s friend-cum-assistant Shekhar.
The royal setting, the mystery behind the missing artefact and the romance between the hunter and the suspect brings a pleasant change from the routine, everyday romances. Rubina has expertly woven the tussle between love, mistrust, longing and anguish between the protagonists in the fast paced narrative.
The strong storyline, fluent narration, internal and external conflict takes the reader so expertly on a entertaining roller-coster journey of romance and crime entwined together, that it doesn’t seem like a debut.
Highly recommended for romance lovers.
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