Hi folks, today I have author Sudesna Ghosh’s book, Mita’s Dilemma under the spotlight. Check it out and don’t miss reading the delectable excerpt from the book.
Newly single and fresh into a great job, Mita isn’t looking for a relationship. There’s her sweet, good looking colleague who reminds her of someone she’d rather forget. And then there’s the temptation of no strings attached pleasure. She is a woman trying to figure out what she wants and she’s in no hurry — until a furry little creature comes into her life, forcing her to make a choice.
It’s sexy. It’s cute. It’s heart-warming.
A romantic comedy with heart set in Kolkata, India.
Mita tried not to ogle him. His wet white shirt and facial hair reminded her of Shah Rukh Khan dancing in the rain in Dilwale. He came in and threw off his shoes. His shirt followed. Now she was admiring his strong abdomen and his broad chest. A perfect toasty brown.
“Will you stop staring and get me a towel?” He sounded annoyed.
Mita got him one and pointed him in the direction of the bathroom. Surely, he couldn’t take his jeans off in her living room. She shouted after him, “I was not staring at you!”
Facing her with a seductive look, he replied, “That’s okay. You can stare.”
She rolled her eyes, letting him go inside for a hot shower. She had turned on the geyser for herself but she wasn’t that wet so she could wait. Ruchi called to check if she’d reached home safely.
She told her that she was fine, adding, “Suraj is staying over tonight.”
Her friend got excited, asking her if this was wise considering they were colleagues and that he looked like her ex. Mita promised her she’d go straight to bed. Alone. Suraj could sleep on the divan. It was cozy.
He came out wearing the towel around his waist.
Grinning, he asked, “Do you have anything I could wear for the night?”
About the Author
Sudesna (Sue) Ghosh is an author based in Kolkata, India. She’s a graduate of University of Rochester (USA) and an ex features journalist. Her short stories and feature articles have appeared in major newspapers and magazines across India. Since 2017, she has published around 20 kindle books for both children and adults. Along with being a full-time reader and writer, Sue does what she can for stray animals and loves to spend time with her rescue cats.