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"She had an impulse to trace those planes and angles. His mouth.... she blushed at the thought of how it might feel to have it touch her. She was an innocent as princesses were expected to be."
.... and thank god she isn't. She is spunky, knows her mind and is a rebellion. All the ingredients I like in a girl (except in my daughter..PJ) Rukmini is portrayed as girl who follows her heart. She is depicted as an huntress, seductress and above all a woman who can fight her own battle. She had me lusting after Devesh and mock Pala, one of her suitors. I applauded when she questioned her father regading her marriage. Her words,
"I select everything I own myself, my clothes,my jewellery. Why can't you allow me to choose the man I wish to marry?"
The above line shows very clearly that her upbringing had been very forward compared to those days yet marriage is one space where she is not given the rights. Why?
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The author managed to make the setting and characters come alive by painting a picture in rich detail without ever letting the plot slacken.
I appreciate the way Rukmani is at once the spoiled, slightly childish, naïve and impetuous princess and also a young woman with a strong will, on a quest for love and for finding herself and her place in the world. Her infatuation with sometimes arrogant and aggressive, at other times caring and intelligent Devesh was all too understandable. He’s a great hero, a hunky and powerful alpha male with feelings hidden beneath the hard veneer, with brain as well as brawn. The two of them make a formidable couple and seem made for each other, despite the circumstances.
I have always been fascinated by ancient India, and Summerita Rhayne took me right back to that intriguing era with its charms and horrors. The power plays and intrigues, the customs and the language transport the reader into the past.
This is a novella gripping enough to read in one go, with just the right amount of background information, with witty dialogue, and with two strong, vivid protagonists that fall in love and in lust.
If you enjoy historical romances and / or stories set in India, give this book a chance!
The story set in a period when the kings and the queens ruled our country. To write a period drama, the first thing that you need is a good amount of research and that is where the author scores a brownie point. The book is well researched so to speak, moreover the plot though cliché and oft repeated one has a unique freshness to it owing to the breezy narration. Just a little tighter editing would have added more grace to it.
There were many parts in the book where I reacted much more than a reader for the story had me involved in it till that extent where it began to feel as if I am a part of it, and all of it is getting unfolded before my eyes. I loved the way the author has played with characters and used emotions so heavily to depict love and romance. I like the fact that jealousy, lust, love, hatred, hurt, anger and insecurity all have been portrayed so beautifully adding a mystic charm to the narration.