Scorched by Fire

Scorched by Fire (Paperback)

By Reet Singh 
Publisher: Harlequin India
Edition: Paperback
Language: English
ISBN: 9351063747
EAN: 9789351063742
No. of Pages: 192
Publish Date: 2014-1-1
Binding: Paperback
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CONVENIENT BOYFRIEND,INCONVENIENT ATTRACTION! Mita Ramphul can't face another family set-up with a'nice young man'. What she needs is to divert her family'sattention... so introducing the devastatingly handsomeTanay Devkumar as her new boyfriend is a stroke ofbrilliance! Until Tanay's scorching hot kisses threaten toshatter her plans for the perfect pretend date...He might drive her crazy, yet spending time with Tanaysparks a passion Mita never knew she had. It's onlymeant to be temporary, but when Tanay looks at her withthat smouldering fire in his ebony eyes Mita can't helpbut surrender to the temptation of her fake boyfriend...!

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Title: Scorched by Fire
Publisher: Harlequin India
Author: Reet Singh
Edition: Paperback
Language: English
ISBN: 9351063747
EAN: 9789351063742
No. of Pages: 192
Publish Date: 2014-1-1
Binding: Paperback

Scorched by Fire Review

Average Rating : Rating of 4 out of 5 Rating of 4 out of 5 Rating of 4 out of 5 Rating of 4 out of 5 Rating of 4 out of 5 (3 Ratings)
A sweet, heartwarming romance! Rating of 4 out of 5 Rating of 4 out of 5 Rating of 4 out of 5 Rating of 4 out of 5 Rating of 4 out of 5
By Guest, 2014-03-24 08:59:13.0

Tanay and Mita hate each other on sight but can't deny their attraction for each other. Now that's a familiar premise for a romance, right? But Reet Singh, debut romance author, tells their story with refreshing flair. At times sweet, at times sexy, their tale will keep you turning the pages till the happily ever after. A great debut. Look forward to more from this writer.

Scorched by his Fire by Reet Singh Rating of 5 out of 5 Rating of 5 out of 5 Rating of 5 out of 5 Rating of 5 out of 5 Rating of 5 out of 5
By Guest, 2014-02-20 18:34:47.0

‘Scorched by his Fire’ is Reet Singh’s debut romance. Set in Mauritius, it starts off as a typical Indian family drama – uncle wants niece to meet a ‘nice young man’ as she’s of a marriageable age. Niece rebels and uncle doesn’t relent, but here the story takes a turn from the usual. Through a quirk of fate and to escape her uncle’s badgering, Mita finds herself –in Tanay’s words – ‘plighted to the troth’. Tanay thinks she’s a ‘scarlet woman’, ‘home-wrecker’, and a ‘bewilderingly sexy chameleon’! Mita, on her part, ‘detested’ him for disrupting her life. The story is filled with humorous dialogues:- • “I wasn’t staring. I was thinking.” She said. “Well, my apologies if my face invaded your thinking space. I’d remove it for your convenience, except that you don’t want a faceless boyfriend, do you? • Mita said sheepishly, “But if I keep digging into the culinary wonders on offer, there’ll be two of me going back home.” Ah what a double delight that would be! He thought. • She couldn’t tie the choli strings and asked Tanay for help. “I can’t do this myself. Can you tie me up?” “Happily,” he quipped, moving towards her with a menacing expression. “Where’s the rope?” The discovery of a letter leads her to India with Tanay on her tail. The landmarks of Delhi and Kolkata are well depicted. The dialogue delivery advances the plot which is full of action. Superbly written…a must-read for all lovers of romance.

Superbly written Rating of 5 out of 5 Rating of 5 out of 5 Rating of 5 out of 5 Rating of 5 out of 5 Rating of 5 out of 5
By Guest, 2014-02-18 20:07:26.0

‘Scorched by his Fire’ by Reet Singh is set in Mauritius and starts off as a typical Indian family drama – uncle wants niece to meet a ‘nice young man’ as she’s of a marriageable age. Niece rebels and uncle doesn't relent, but here the story takes a turn from the usual. Through a quirk of fate and to escape her uncle’s badgering, Mita finds herself –in Tanay’s words – ‘plighted to the troth’. Tanay thinks she’s a ‘scarlet woman’, ‘home-wrecker’, and a ‘bewilderingly sexy chameleon’! Mita, on her part, ‘detested’ him for disrupting her life. The story is filled with humorous dialogues:- • “I wasn't staring. I was thinking.” She said. “Well, my apologies if my face invaded your thinking space. I’d remove it for your convenience, except that you don’t want a faceless boyfriend, do you? • Mita said sheepishly, “But if I keep digging into the culinary wonders on offer, there’ll be two of me going back home.” Ah what a double delight that would be! He thought. • She couldn’t tie the choli strings and asked Tanay for help. “I can’t do this myself. Can you tie me up?” “Happily,” he quipped, moving towards her with a menacing expression. “Where’s the rope?” The discovery of a letter leads her to India with Tanay on her tail. The landmarks of Delhi and Kolkata are well depicted. The dialogue delivery advances the plot which is full of action. Superbly written…a must-read for all lovers of romance.

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