#review #TheEligiblePrincess by #writersezine

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:Intro:

The Kamboj Princesses Saga continues with Rukmani’s sister Lakshaya. Although the setting and the family is the same, this is a standalone story separate from Book 1 titled Hidden Passion. It can be called a prequel since this story is earlier in timeline than Hidden Passion which features the youngest sister Rukmani. This is a complete work. There are no unfinished threads in either book.

King Kartikeya must marry a princess. He’s determined to do anything to keep the kingdom that he has taken with strategy and sheer guts. If that involves charming a princess into marriage, then so be it.
Princess Lakshaya infinitely prefers the study of her scientific experiments to the learning of the arts of impressing a suitor. In fact, she would rather have no more proposals at all. But refusing a king as opulent as Kartik is out of question. Drawn against her will by the force of his attraction, she begins to accept him, only to discover hidden secrets along the way.

Can she bring herself to go ahead with this marriage?

Set in the Early Middle Ages in India, Book 2 in the Kamboj Princesses Saga follows Lakshaya in her journey to discover desire, passion, intrigue and love. 

1. Cover: The cover of the book is very attractive that makes one want to grab the book and read it.

 The presentation of the book is very well narrated backed with superb research.

  The narrative of the story is very intriguing as it has history and romance mixed with it in liberal doses. The author has done a detailed research which reflects in her story as has the power to transport you back in that time and make you live the love story as you witness it unfolding before your eyes.

 The characters are nicely created, connectable and beautiful.  

 The plot of the story which is like a historical romance and leaves the reader feeling mesmerized with the sheer detailing involved in it. 
6. Storyline: The story line is gripping, one that makes you gasp, sigh and feel romantic.
7. Story Flow:  The flow of the story is absolutely flawless, one that makes you just flow with the story and bask in its magical narration.

 The language is very artistic as it brings together romance and history.

 The pro has to be the sheer plot, historical romance as a genre is very exciting and at the same time mystic.

 The only con would be few typos here and there.

Read the full at:
http://www.writersezine.com/2015/08/book-review-ii.html

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