#Goodreads #review #ATwistofFate #Amazon #kindleunlimited #bestseller

Hi everyone,

Today I received a lovely compliment for my historical fiction, A Twist of Fate.

“I was in for a beautiful surprise,” Says Kavita in her review of A Twist of Fate.

Needless to say it made my day. I lovedwriting this book and when you hare from a reader who totally gets the story and its tone, it is a wonderful experience indeed.

By the way, have you read it yet? If not, try it. It’s available for kindle unlimited subscribers or you can download it from the link below, if you enjoy historical fiction or like to read romance with twists and turns.

Thanks for tuning in.

Ciao!

#review #ATwistofFate #historical #fiction

Today I’m sharing a review from blogger, reviewer and editor Inderpreet for historical fiction A Twist of Fate. This is what she has to say about this romantic suspense story set in ancient India.

A well written, pacy romance thriller.
Historical romance with intrigue and spies.
King, thugs, enemies, con men and a plot twisted with love.
Strong heroine, wise, intelligent and a smart woman. The handsome, charming hero is shrouded in mystery that begs to be unraveled.
A book with romance and mystery and a thrilling twist, romance from the unlikeliest of places.
The setting and characterization is well etched.
I want to read the other books in this series.

Thank you, Inderpreet.

Have you picked up A Twist of Fate?

Check out a sample here at the look inside page at Amazon.

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Thanks for reading 🙂

Ciao!

#excerpt #ASecretTie #fightsceneFriday

Hi everyone,

Today is Friday and so the time for sharing Fight Scene Friday. This space is reserved for authors who’d like to share an excerpt which is a verbal fight scene between their characters, preferably in romance. Send me your excerpts and I’ll post them here on my blog.

So here’s my contribution.

Today’s excerpt is from A Secret Tie, the historical romance between a king and a spy set in ancient India. Enjoy the excerpt from this unique story with the backdrop of a unique historical setting. In this, King Hitaksha set a caveat for Yashita.

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‘I know you have done your job well,’ he said. ‘You have excellent attributes required for furtive work. Which is exactly why it is difficult to lose you.’
‘Maharaj, soon someone will replace me.’
No, no one could. The thought crossed his mind and he said immediately and indifferently, ‘Oh, but of course.’
‘Then allow me this.’ She folded her hands.
She stood with the light behind her, a perfect silhouette of a woman in a pose that was both demure and tantalizing. The small graceful head, the slender neck, full curves, the dip of waist and the flare of her hips – everything that made him want her. Want was an understatement. The thin muslin did not hide the curving line of her thighs or the slim undulation of calf. If he were an artist, he would trap her like this. Hold her in a cage, for surely she was a jewel not to be lost.
A jewel with too much fire. How could he escape getting burnt if he cherished the idea of having such a one in his keeping?
‘One last mission,’ he said slowly, ‘Then, you are free to go. You must make this one successful with all your effort. I can set you free on that condition only.’
‘A last mission,’ she echoed. ‘That will delay my marriage. I wish to get married now and God knows how long a mission will take.’
‘Not long,’ he said in his clipped way. ‘In fact, it cannot take long because we have a time limit. It must be accomplished before the adhipasuya poojan being held by Samrat Jayatshatru.’
‘That is going to be four months away. Four months, Maharaj!’
‘It is the one and only option I can offer you.’

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Check out the blurb of this book here:

#FeistyFemmes #excerpt #ASecretTie #Mondaymention

Hi folks,

Let’s start a new thread for blogging for writers and readers by name of #Mondaymention. Under this you will share one excerpt from your book or a book you have read that has some component of strong response or action by a female protagonist indicated by the hashtag #feistyfemmes. So, when you share the excerpt put the title of the post as I have, except that you must replace my book title with the title from which you take the excerpt. Also please share all the posts with the hashtags. Since we are all busy we’ll limit sharing to Mondays and Tuesdays only.

Sharing here some saucy comeback from the heroine, Yashita, in historical A Secret Tie. Yashita is a spy working for King Hitaksha and is set on leaving her duty and getting married. Here’s a showdown between the two.

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‘Don’t let your hunger for security lure you into disaster,’ he continued in a harsh tone.
She stiffened. He had put the tip of dagger on the vulnerable spot in her wound. She had no option, but to say, with a false assumption of calmness. ‘Security? You’re surely belittling my romance. Love is beyond all limits. You have not experienced it, maharaj, so forgive me, but this is not your arena. When you cannot play, how can you define the rules of the game?’

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Did you like her response? Leave a comment below.

Also check out the excerpt section of this blog for more snippets.

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Blurb:

Yashita has chosen to lead the life of a spy. But after years of serving the ruler well, she has now a request. She wants to get married and settle down. To her utmost relief, King Hitaksha agrees to set her free. But he has a condition. She must fulfil one more mission before he will allow her to leave his service.

Through the dangers of ancient politics and twisted monarchy, Yashita faces threats and perils to the mission. Battling through unknown kingdoms, she must play a dangerous game to save her life and the King’s. But there’s far tougher trial she must live through constantly. The forbidden attraction the King holds for her…

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Book Release Day: A Secret Tie #Bookreleaseday #ASecretTie #giveaway

Hi folks,

It’s book release day today for historical A Secret Tie and I’m celebrating with a giveaway here at my blog. The latest book is the third and final in the historical series and sequel to A Twist of Fate in the trilogy. 🎉🎈🎊🎈🎊🎉
It was fun writing about the journey of the three courtesans in ancient India, but now I’m happy to take a breather, because well, it was tough too. Wading through mountains of research and looking up the minutinae of the ancient culture wasn’t a walk in the park, excuse the comparison lol.

So let’s raise a glass or cup of coffee or fruit juice, whatever you like for A Secret Tie. For the giveaway, I have a small contest. You just need to write the names of heroines of all the three books in a comment on this blog and mention why you’d love to read the book. That’s it. Please note the giveaway is for the ebook in mobi file format.

Here’s the link for the book in case you want to peep into the details:

Do stop by and wish me luck for the release day!

Ciao!

#review #ATwistofFate #historical #romance #fiction #newrelease

Hi folks, today I’m sharing a lovely review for A Twist of Fate, the second book in my historical trilogy.

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“Definitely a must read,” says Angela about A Twist of Fate.

Read the review here or at goodreads:

Thanks for being here to share it with me. This made my day.

So have you read the book yet? Check out below:

Blurb:

Step into the royal intrigues of early medieval India.

Charu wants revenge from the man who turned her life upside down. When she meets Deva, rage is as intense as the passion…

Read more and buy the book at:

An excerpt from A Twist of Fate

Hi folks,

I’m sharing today an excerpt from A Twist of Fate. In this, Charulata is meeting her father before her wedding, and he sees her dressed as a bride ready to commit the wedding vows.

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Oh, my lovely daughter.’ He pinched her cheek. ‘Can I bear to send you off?’

‘Don’t send me then,’ she half pleaded.

‘Charu!’ he chided gently.

‘Why does a girl have to leave all that is familiar to her?’

He sighed. ‘Fathers have been asking this of themselves since eternity. And will continue to ask this. It’s the way we have made for ourselves. We have deemed one hand dearer than the other and every father must pay the cost for the decision he upholds.’

She said softly, ‘I will abide by your decision then, pitashri.’

‘Proud of you.’ Her father kissed her forehead. She hugged him, a constrained one, because of her coiffure and ornaments. He grinned and she half joined in, pretending not to notice the moisture in his eyes.

A Twist of Fate is a historical romance set in early medieval India, focusing on the vulnerable position of women in the society.

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