#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!

#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:

#Review #AgainstTheTide #historical #romance by Summerita Rhayne

Please to receive such a lovely review from book blogger and critic Metroreader for Against The Tide, historical romance set in ancient India.

“The cover is so apt and beautiful,” she says. “The author has beautifully portrayed the ancient times with detailed descriptions of scenes and characters. The characters have been etched in detail. Even the secondary characters have a role to play in the story.”

Read the full review at:

https://metroreader.wordpress.com/2018/06/21/against-the-tide-the-king-and-the-concubine-by-summerita-rhayne/

Check out the book at:

#review #LastManShedLove #romance #kindleunlimited #ebook 

Sharing here about the lovely review for Last Man She’d Love from The Book Elf. Thank you!

A snippet from the review:

“I like the way her heroines are not clingy damsel in distress. They don’t need to be rescued; rather they can do the rescuing for others.”

I like that a reviewer appreciates the same quality in the heroines of my book that I do.

Read the full review at:

http://www.privytrifles.co.in/2018/02/book-review-last-man-shed-loved-by.html 

Find more about the book:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07475QM2N 

A ďą°Lovely #Review for Last Man She’d Love #romance #novel

Sharing today a lovely review for Last Man She’d Love

The review says:

​A Great Story! This is a great love story. It is light and funny, but very honest. The characters are very relatable and likeable. Guy is a business man who is not looking for a permanent relationship, but when he starts working with Lyna his attraction begins and does not let up. He begins to flirt with her and because she is reserved and engaged, she does not give in to his flirting. She feels a pull to him, but she is engaged to another man and ignores the pull. Lyna’s engagement is a business deal. She isn’t in love with Brijesh, nor is she really attracted to him. She agreed to marry him because he promised to give her a production company of her own.

Guy is the oldest child and feels the family obligation very strongly. When he and Lyna are video taped kissing, and the video goes viral, things get complicated between the two. Lyna has issues already with her fiancé and is trying to get out of the engagement. Both families have some issues and Guy and Lyna are trying to please their families. I love Dadu and his eccentricity and keeping with tradition. He is a force to be rekoned with when it comes to the family and they all do their best to keep him happy, the only one who will stand up to him is Guy.

If you like a book that is light and funny, but will keep you turning the pages, especially towards the end, this is a great book to read. I love the chemistry between Guy and Lyna, and the way that they each deal with their family issues is different, but gentle.Read the review at the blog:
https://sassyredheadbookreviews.blog/2017/10/18/review-of-last-man-shed-love-by-summerita-rhayne-rosieamber1-summeritarhayne-rbrt/ 

Check out the book at:

https://www.amazon.com/Last-Shed-Love-Summerita-Rhayne-ebook/dp/B07475QM2N


#Review Last Man She’d Love 

Happy to share a five star review for Last Man She’d Love.

Here is what Wendy has to say at Amazon UK;

Another corker from one of my favourite romance authors.

“Loved this book. A rogue with charisma and chemistry and a woman trying to make the best of her life. Sometimes the best things happen when you cross your fingers and pretend.”

Many thanks, Wendy!

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/R2JXS4X6UYO0I8/

 

You can check out the book at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07475QM2N