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A decent read for folks who enjoy fast paced, light-hearted romances
Reviewed in India on 21 February 2018
This is the second book in The Bansal Legacy trilogy, and I liked this one better than Simha International (Book #1). For a couple of reasons really, but mostly because I liked the love story in this book much better than the previous one.
Rohit & Tasha (from the previous book) were great people individually, and they definitely had a sizzling chemistry, but their love story was very flat and one tone, plus also a little cheesy towards the end. Jamie & Rhea on the other hand (from Rose Garden International) were just the kind of made for each other couple you would want to root for. Dramatically different from each other, yet also the perfect complement to one another.
Moreover I simply loved the setting of this book. The way that the author has described the quiet, lovely, picturesque town of Ooty and the cozy, yet almost regal setting of Rose Garden International, made me want to visit Ooty right away and check into one of the charming cottages of Rose Garden International.
All in all: A decent read for folks who enjoy fast paced, light-hearted romances.
- Shantala at Shanaya Tales
Disclaimer: I was given a copy of the book by the author in exchange for an honest review. The opinions, as always, are entirely my own.