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True Liars- Book Review

True Liars is a romantic fiction and I am not a true romantic at heart or a big fan of cheesy cliché Hindi romantic movies. But when it comes to romance fiction books, I enjoy the world they create and most of the time I fall in love with the characters in it.

The day it arrived my doorstep I was pretty intrigued by its book cover. This book is a perfect dose of full desi romance with a hint of necessary drama. And once you start reading this book, the only time you can keep it aside is when u end it!!

Story Synopsis:

One of the main characters of the book Anjana aka NJ. She comes to Mumbai known as the city of dreams, for making her dream into a reality of being a DJ. Wonderfully described Rajasthan’s scenic beauty is another plus point of the book. NJ, Harsh and his boyfriend Sam stay together in Mumbai. Circumstances bring NJ and Harsh to Rajasthan where NJ falls for Harsh’s elder brother Rudra. Man of few words, caring, emotional with a broken heart.

Harsh did not share about his boyfriend Sam with his family and takes NJ to his sister’s wedding as a girlfriend (just to avoid any more matchmaking fiasco). Wedding vows, secrets and lies make situation messy and complicated. The story takes a nail-biting turn when BJ goes missing after returning to Mumbai. Where could she have gone? Why are the rumors that she is dead?

About the Author

Isha Inamdar is a financial service professional and has previously worked in art direction in the film and advertising industry where her involvement with the sets made sure that she was always in her own world, constantly imagining stories and situations. Isha fell in love with books at an early age and for her, Nirvana means seeing her name on the book cover. True Liars is her first full-length novel. (Courtesy: Amazon)

My Recommendation

If you are a true fan of romantic fiction novels then it is a must read. A book that keeps you hooked till the last page. Though I felt, it gets little less exciting in the middle but the ending makes it all worth it. To buy this book please click here.

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