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Sexism, body shaming and classism galore
Reviewed in India on 21 March 2021
“Nothing! It’s not my fault that you hire bimbos whose main aim in life is to seduce the Maharaja,” he said, indignantly.
“ Trust me, getting her married is the safest way to get rid of this pest,” pointed out his mother, helpfully.
He was obliged to the portly Maharawal for the help that he had rendered when Veer’s father had passed away. But the man was a crashing bore. As was his whole family.
I couldn’t get past the shallowness of the main characters. Not likable, relatable or appealing in any way. Since it’s a debut book, hoping the author adds depth and decency to characters.