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The Devil’s Love: Contract Marriage with Billionaire (Indian Romance) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08C6GLKQJ
- Language: : English
- File size : 3117 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 341 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #230 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Genre: Contemporary Fiction Romance
Primary Characters: Vijay and Anjali
Narration: Limited third Party
I was eagerly waiting for this book from the time author announced she has recreated some of the scenes of this story from popular Classic “Rebecca”. This book is definitely unique in its own way and has several unexpected twists and turns. In my opinion, it has very less relevance with Rebecca. I liked this book much more than the second one, as it has its own mix of loveliness and uniqueness.
The initial part of the story felt similar & repetitive like other two books in the series yet, author has made it very interesting. Book starts with Vijay’s obsession with Anjali and marrying her against her will. Anjali is intrigued about his first wife and her mysterious death. Mystery around his first wife and all secrets of Vijay were nested well.
Character development is good. The flow of the book is steady with wonderful up’s and down. Plot is woven nicely with gripping narration style. No intriguing secondary characters. All twists and turns were justified. Build for suspense, romance, mystery and other issues are tied up and nested well.
Overall, interesting romantic suspense. I would recommend this for anyone who in interested in Indianized romantic suspense with some elements of darkness.
Vijay's character which had an air of mystery in the first two parts was revealed in a layered fashion which was satisfying. Satya, the mysterious first wife and how her death affects him was something which was expressed albeit in concise manner. The book starts with his obsession with Anjali and forcibly marrying her - the only time I kind of not liked him but it was all justified eventually. The only thing I found repetitive was the way climax unfolded.
All in all, an amazing read. While Anirudh and Shiv leave their mark, Vijay's silent brooding and overall character sketch stands out and stays with you long after you've finished reading their stories.
But, the result which came out is absolutely fantastic. I loved this book more than the second one, as it has got some kind of uniqueness to it. Otherwise all the books in Devil series would be similar.
Still felt the first half of the story was quite similar has become quite repetitive. Exactly in that state of mind you recieve a shock and suddenly story becomes quite interesting. Thats about Devil's Love.
This was more heart wrenching story than the the other two in the series.
Congratulations MV Kasi.
His anguish and frustration can be felt.. and the pain which he shallows every now and then caused by his love an off hand talker .
Over all the book is good to read ...the plot can be relatable ..
Love your books ❤❤❤❤
Anirudh-Shiv-Vijay....dark and dangerous yet we love you three! ❤❤❤