- File Size: 4349 KB
- Print Length: 183 pages
- Publisher: Flaming Sun (Indie published) (November 12, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077DWKGLP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #654,956 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Leo's Desire (Written in the Stars Book 2) Kindle Edition
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A lovely young woman who is hiding behind her attitude of 'I care a damn'. I found her aggressiveness so endearing, a cry for help. She wanted to be a model but there was one problem. She was not of the right weight. I refuse to call her fat. Now we all know what those extra pounds do to your self-esteem. Same thing happened to Chaahat and she took up a drastic measure, just to stop those hunger pangs. Ms. Venkatraman has brought out the pain of Chaahat and somehow even with her attitude, she found a home in my heart.
He is drool-worthy. Not a very nice thing to hear from a 40-year-old something. But he is really cute and more than that, understanding. Something every woman will want in her boyfriend or husband. But that does not mean he is flawless. Nishaan is flawlessly 'imperfect'.
I loved the story, the chemistry and most of all the rise of Chaahat from those deep pits of hell. There is only one issue I had with this book, the issue Chaahat was facing could have been explored further but then having read most of Ms. Venkatraman's book, she passes the message in her own romantic style.
A must read for all romance readers.
Shaan is the lion, and his name is actually Nishaan. There’s a reason why he’s chosen an alter ego, and I love him for it. Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, he prefers to take matters into his own hands instead of relying on the family reputation. I find that admirable, and I can see how he’s a great match for Chaahat (with her perfectly chosen name). She’s got a hellish temperament but there’s an intelligent brain and a kind heart buried beneath it and all the insecurities, and Shaan manages to unearth both. He opens her eyes to her self-destructive ways and nudges her in the right direction, but ultimately, Chaahat saves herself.
I enjoyed watching both of them reach their goals just as much as I enjoyed the sizzling chemistry between them. There’s definitely a lot of ‘desire’ in this romance novella, but it all feels real and right instead of forced for the sake of steamy scenes. Even more conflict would have been nice—then again, there are the meddling parents to be dealt with, so the read never grew dull or predictable.
If you’re a fan of Sundari Venkatraman’s books, this is a must buy. And all those who enjoy romances with a simple language, a fast pace and genuine, interesting characters will find this a treat too. I can also recommend the other zodiac sign novel, ‘Scorpio Superstar’.