Sunday, 25 December 2016

Book Review: Evil Twin? by PG Van

A sizzling extension of love!!!

Sports Motorcycle, sports car, motorcycle jacket ...and an absolute handsome broad shouldered hunk to fit in....PG Van you had me there!!!
Of the very few of erotic novels I have tried I have felt deprived of romance. But here you have the perfect blend of erotic suspense-romance!
That is what PG Van has in store for her readers. I loved spicy Reyan wooing the unsure Vinnie into a very hot and emotional relationship here. If Nick from Destiny's series of PG Van was so very good guy, we have here Reyan a cousin of Nick with a more greyer shades ( a naughty wink from all three of us: me, Miss Black and Miss White) like normal men, a little anger, a little dominance, a little over protective and a little too sure of himself. But that’s what makes him so badly spicy( as PG Van herself calls Reyan) 
Miss Black, Miss White and I had our share of fun reading it. Miss White was flushed starlet, contrast to her complete white attire and her pure white wings and of course the bright halo and Miss Black had that devilish gleam, her red horns glowing bright red and her black attire standing out completely content after having absolutely devilish fill for the day.
A complete package: the suspense, love, friendship, family attachments and the highlight absolutely too steamy moments which leaves you reeling by the end.
The blend PG Van maintained through out of both love and physical intimacy which is an extension to their love without letting go of the depth of emotions is commendable.
A new spin to the twin stories! If you don’t mind a heavy dose of physical intimacy with a nice suspense-romance this is it. 
The friendship, soul sister, aunt -niece, cousins, mother daughter, father- daughter( even though for just a moment) , sisters, sexual orientations and above all couples crazily attracted to each other and in love all the mix well added without letting it go overboard...

I would love to read a romantic ride of one of the other characters here.  PG Van all hearts and stars in the eyes waiting for another sizzling read. (Miss Black and Miss White eagerly waiting too…)

Vinnie lost her parents when she was ten and lives in San Francisco with her aunt and her teenage cousin. She never expected a simple act of kindness would be life altering. Reyan comes into her life threatening to shake up her focus and challenges her resolve. He is everything Vinnie wants in a man and he shows up just when she thought she had everything she needed to stay focused on her life and her goals. 
Will he crack her titanium tough exterior and get to her heart? Will she let him into her life especially with what she has been through since she was ten? Will she trust Reyan to help her recover from her emotional wounds? 
Will she get to the bottom of why people think they have seen her at places that she has never been to before. Does she have a doppleganger or a twin? 
Follow Vinnie's and Reyan's love story as she learns the true meaning of love, trust and family.


Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Book Review - RIght Fit Wrong Shoe by Varsha Dixit

 A perfect custom fit .

The prefect leather in a perfect shade and moulded into perfect size in the most trendy design - A perfect custom fit .
From their first meeting till the end Adi and Nandi never stops to pull you into this absolutely filmy romance.
The double trouble Nandini and Sneha had grabbed my attention from the time I read their meddling with Gayatri's love story in Rightfully Wrong and Wrongfully Right.
Here the moment Adi starts taunting or unfurling his wrath on Nandi the sparks starts to fly...
Miss Black and Miss White were even mentioning: just like them Adi and Nandi are fighting always. But girls, reality check! They are not like you guys... they are attracted to each other and getting crazily in love. (rolling my eyes at them) 
'From fights to kiss',  may be the story line but trust me it's no ordinary romantic journey. With Varsha Dixit how can it ever be normal? (My wicked naughty side is all happy and content after reading) The right amount of humour, drama, friendship and romance. The perfect mix of all the materials and the Right Fit Wrong Shoe is all ready for the readers to adorn.
 Had an absolute blast with each and every Sneha and Nandini moment. Don't want to take away the credit from Aditya and Nandini's really high voltage romance, but my heart has more 'softer' corner for the girl bonding. (Missing my friends so bad…sniff)
The friendship and romance in the right amount of mix is difficult to attain and hats off to Varsha Dixit for the same. After reading the book felt like I had watched a great rom-com. Eagerly looking forward for another one of your's Varsha Dixit, " aaj kal aur parson"(today, tomorrow and day after tomorrow) ;-)
Just a  review won’t do the justice, if you want to dig in a great romance with a fair amount of humour, pick a Varsha Dixit.

Twenty-six year old Nandini Sharma is a girl who, like most girls in India, has been taken over by Bollywood. She falls for her neighbour Aditya Sarin. He is filthy rich and fairly intelligent. She mocks death and suffers for love. Right Fit Wrong Shoes may be Indian to the core, but contains urban language. The humorous book will have you laughing so hard that it will bring tears to your eyes. The book does not have graphic scenes or physical intimacy and the words used are delicate. The funny and romantic book is about a young woman's thoughts about the society she lives in.

Grab before this Custom Fit goes out of stock (;-)Miss Black, Miss White and Me have had our grabs, now it’s your turn) from good reads, Amazon USA, Amazon India, Amazon Canada, Amazon UK, Amazon Australia


Book Blitz - The Multitudes of Ripples by Vaachakmitra



The novel is a first person narrative of an entrepreneur who struggles to make sense of his life. He reconstructs his memory while recuperating from a nervous breakdown. The distortion in his narrative is not only the manifestation of psychopathology of his mind but also an exploration of human values. The novel demonstrates how optimism incorporates meaningful semantics even in the face of psychopathology. The dualism of hope and pathos creates a touch of absurd, almost reminiscent of Kafka and Camus.

Grab your copy @

Check out all the posts here 

About the Author

The author is a research scientist by training. He is a technical consultant who works in an advisory capacity to the pharmaceutical industry. He specializes in intellectual property, technology up gradation and information technology. He is a science writer specializing in theoretical and philosophical foundations of modern scientific thought.


Play the Game of Rafflecopter Here 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

   This Tour is Hosted by 

We Promote So That You Can Write 


Monday, 19 December 2016

Book Review : His Drunken Wife by Sundari Venkatraman

‘through thick and thin true love endures (always)’

When I read the title and got to know who the character was, I started wondering can you actually write a romance on a woman who has showed the grayest of her nature, the vamp side of her to the hilt in Sundari Venkatraman's earlier books - A woman with drinking problem, smoking issue and an obsessed need to marry wealth.
But trust me if anyone could have pulled that character successfully in a romance it is  Sundari Venkatraman.
More than the reader in me, the writer in me wanted to see how she did that. But soon the reader in me kicked in and it was no longer the writer trying to learn from a bestselling author but a reader with the stars and hearts shining in her eyes reading it.
It is not the usual fairy tale kind but more an inspirational one. 
The patience and strength of Abhimanyu is just rock solid. This romance is not just about a great looking hunk, beautiful lady and love but beyond that, ‘an inspirational romance’ would be the right word.
Every time Shikha shouts at Abhi wanting to break free from him, I don’t know was it just me or really one sees a girl begging him to stick with her. Everytime she shows her worst somewhere deep within her doesn’t she wants to be rescued.

This is all about- ‘through thick and thin true love endures (always)’. 

Miss Black and Miss White are still reveling in the inspirational love. Hence not a peep from them.

The badass Shikha is startled when the nerdy Abhimanyu proposes marriage. She loves... herself, and Abhimanyu doesn't figure on her list anywhere. For Abhimanyu, however, it was love at first sight when Shikha walked into RS Software, where the two of them work.

When Abhimanyu shows her that he just might be rich enough for her, a pleasantly surprised Shikha accepts his marriage proposal and moves into his swanky apartment. 

But it looks like the love is all from only Abhi’s side as Shikha continues to drink herself crazy. Yeah, even at their wedding party.

And then Abhi sets out on a honeymoon to Thailand with his drunken wife... 

*MARRIAGES MADE IN INDIA is a five-novella series that revolves around the characters you have met in The Runaway Bridegroom.

All I would say is grab the book from Goodreads, Amazon USA, Amazon India, Amazon Canada, Amazon UK and Amazon Australia


Book Review – Only Wheat not White by Varsha Dixit

Love is all what matters whether be it, Wheat or White!
1. When you have grown out of you adolescence believing your close knit family broke because someone ‘White’ stole your sister away from your family seven seas apart. 
2. Now you have to go to the same city where your sister and her White love is living with their family when yours  was shattered just because they had to fall in love.
3. The first and only promise your family takes from you when you go to the land seven seas away from work -  " Only Wheat not White" 
4. And Dang of all the men… that pull... that attraction is towards only one man who has been crossing through rather barging in your life in the city is one  Mr. White.

I know, I know you don’t expect the blurb as it would be already there and I needn't write again. (Miss Black and Miss White are smiling beatifically) Because the story is really tricky and leaves you believing there is absolutely no way it’s going to be happy especially where her family is concerned. 

This romance with a blend of humour holds you all the way along.
The very concept of accepting a White into the very conservative Indian family, a husband and wife struggling to live with a burden of the same, one of them struggling hard to find the roots; she had to leave behind to be with her love… just not the right way and one poor lady trying hard to keep this Mr White out of her heart because he is not Wheat. Also Mr White is struggling hard to understand the very concept.
Loved every moment of it.
What has love to do with race, caste or skin colour finally it is meant to conquer hearts for the better. 

Every time I read a Varsha Dixit I am in awe. Especially how she blends the humour so realistically to the story telling. It’s not just the story but also the humour and fun which add the charm to the book.

What if following your heart means failing your family? Eila Sood leaves India for the U.S., hoping to unite her family and mend fences with her estranged older sister. She soon learns that her sister's intercultural marriage, which outraged their parents, has hit rock bottom. To help pay the bills, Eila accepts an accounting job at a strip club, working for the fascinating yet infuriating Brett Wright. As their friendship and mutual desire builds, Eila chooses keeping family peace over following her heart. After Brett misinterprets her fears and accuses Eila of prejudice, his ex-girlfriend steps in to offer solace. Eila realizes that whichever choice she makes will rip her life apart. What will Eila choose? Love of her life or a life ruled by tradition? Fall in love with love, in this steamy saga from a best selling romance author.

Looking forward to pick another one of Varsha Dixit.

Love is all what matters whether be it Wheat or White. Grab " Only Wheat not White from Goodreads , Amazon USA, Amazon India, Amazon Canada, Amazon UK and Amazon Australia.


Book Review – Twin Torment by Sundari Vekatraman

When you confuse your teenage crush as love … And your love as lust ......

Even worse when you doubt your feelings now for someone else (wait not someone else but your crush’s twin) to be lust and not love….
Growing up in a haze holding onto your crush and slowly starting to believe you are in love with your crush even after not having met him.... Sounds crazy? 
Well then Sanya is crazy. 
After returning to meet her crush… no her love of the life she realises she still hates his twin because he used to torment her during their teen years...
Her love of life is not there to say a hi to her or just be there, and all the attention she gets is from the twin who had tormented her. Her body sings at tormenting twins touch or kiss.
She feels disloyal to Arth her love for life. But her traitor body reacts only to Ansh the tormenting twin.
You have it all whatever you expected from a Sundari Venkatraman book.
1. The sizzling chemistry. (Wicked Miss Black is still uncurling her toes)
2. The innocent and uncomplicated looking love for the protagonists (though we have the complications unaware to them). Miss White is still praising Miss Sanya's blind love for Arth, her pure white wings fluttering in excitement.
3. A handsome, drool worthy, successful and loyal to the core hunk. Here I am fanning myself, with the tiny ladies mimicking me.
4. And an equally beautiful, intelligent woman with purpose in life. Woman of substance have been always loved by all three of us.(Of course me, Miss Black and Miss White)
5. Sundari Venkatraman's character any for the matter are not just black and white. They are grey just like whom we find around us. Still existing Jane Austen books groom hunting mothers to the rich husband seeking ladies, but just the ‘grey’. I loved that. A very relatable happily ever after romance for a quick read. That area is something my little Miss Black likes a lot as her red horn glows.
6. An unexpected complication called 'Heart'.

As always I am wondering who next? Who is the next Maheshwaris? Or would it be a stand-alone. Mind churning to find out, who it would be next?  Hearts in my eyes and Miss Black and Miss White perched on each of my shoulders frowning hard with their tiny little heads.

London based Sanya Chaturvedi is bored of the party circuit. The only child of a rich businessman, Sanya hates her aimless life and grabs the chance to revisit Mumbai, where she had spent the first twelve years of her life. 

The main attraction is her childhood sweetheart Arth Sharma. She hopes to rekindle the love she used to feel for him as a kid. 

Sanya’s thrilled with the opportunity to holiday with the Sharmas. But it’s Arth’s tormenting twin Ansh who insists on spending time with her while the man of her dreams is never around. And the worst part is that her body plays traitor, lusting after the devilishly handsome Ansh. 

Will Sanya find relief from her bored life? And the love she came in search of? Read the book to find how destiny plays a strong role as Sanya deals with the Twin Torment in her life. 

Want to get hold of this one? Go to Goodreads, Amazon USA, Amazon India, Amazon Canada, Amazon UK and AmazonAustralia.


Monday, 12 December 2016

Book Review: Finding the Angel by Rubina Ramesh

Book Review – Finding the Angel by Rubina Ramesh
***Spoiler alert
When the Angel steals the heart!
“When he became the seeker, she was his haven.
When she became demanding, he became her beacon.”

Shefali Verma and Aryan Ranaut when together they sizzle the frame of your imagination. Miss Black and Miss White in there royal glory are still reeling in the throes of the royal romance. Miss Black’s  horns are shining bright and Miss White’s halo is glowing a little more than normal.
From their meeting in the Palace, (pssstttt the drool worthy handsome prince adorned just in towel just took the ever so romantic Shefali by surprise … actually no, he gave her a shock. Not in her wildest dreams she had thought her dream man would walk in, in just a towel. )  to their sparring with words and at times with … ahem (Me and my other two are blushing now)…kisses, Shefali and Aryan  just know how to let that tingly feeling in your stomach never to die.
The Fabergé had been a fascination for many... (Me and my other two have been fascinated by Fabergé since Ocean’s Twelve )  but what no one would expect is a Fabergé egg becoming an Angel in Shefali and Aryan’s life.
The surprise element is truly surprising, you never see it coming. ;-) . I would love to know a bit more of Maasa and Raima.
After reading Knitted Tales by Rubina Ramesh I was not sure what sort of romance to expect from Rubina Ramesh. It had given me the spooks during Halloween. But this “Finding the Angel” is romance to be enjoyed chilling with a cup of coffee or some chocolates. A beautiful royal romance! Had a great weekend with Aryan and Shefali.


All She wanted was love...

Shefali is a die-hard romantic. Having lost her parents at a very tender age, she is in search of a place which she can call home. Her passion for Art lands her a job as an art curator to the famous artifacts of the Ranaut Dynasty. When she meets the scion, Aryan Ranaut, she feels that her dream might come true until…

All He wanted was to trust…

Living the life of a modern day Prince is no easy task for the young and dashing Aryan Ranaut. Having lost his father to a rapacious woman, Aryan has severe trust issues. But upon meeting Shefali, he feels he could let down his guard. Until…

All They need is to find The Angel…

Just as Aryan realizes his love for Shefali, one of the most precious artifacts, The Angel, goes missing from the Ranaut collection. All fingers point towards Shefali—more so because she leaves the palace without telling anyone on the very night of the theft. 

Finding the Angel is a story where duty clashes with love and lack of trust overrides passion. Under these circumstances, can The Angel bring the star-crossed lovers together?

You can get hold of the book from GoodReads, Amazon USA, Amazon India, Amazon Canada, Amazon UK, Amazon Australia.


Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Tornado3: Spotlight Book 78 - Hearts and Hots by Ruchi Singh

Name of the book: Hearts & Hots
Author: Ruchi Singh
Read some reviews:

1. Arti
2. Summerita Rhayne 
3. Shashi Kadapa 

The Story:

Love, what is it? 
A casual glance, and the heart skips a beat… 
Or A chance meet and that tug of an inexplicable connection…

Love… a baffling attraction so potent that one becomes blind to entire world, or is it that unbridled passion which threatens to drown every time you see the one, or a protective urge which forces you to realize that life is not worth living without that special someone…

‘Hearts and Hots’ a collection of five short stories riding on first love, passion, and romance.

You can buy the book @

About The Author 

Winner of TOI WriteIndia story contest, Ruchi Singh is a novelist, and writes in two genres; romance and romantic thriller. She has a degree in Electronics Engineering and has worked as Quality Consultant in the IT field. She began her writing career writing short stories and articles, which have been published on various online forums. She has been a contributing author to many anthologies and has published her first book Take 2, which is a contemporary romance with a spice of social drama.

A voracious reader, she loves everything—from classics to memoirs to editorials to chick-lit, but her favourite genre is 'romantic thriller'. Besides writing and reading, her other interests include dabbling with Indian classical dance forms.

Stalk her @
Facebook | Twitter | Website

Check out all the books of Tornado here 

Go to Book No. 79 >> God & His Girlfriend by Priyank 

#TornadoGiveaway is an initiative of The Book Club. Click on the icon to go to the event page of the Tornado .. Lots of fun awaits you :)

In Association With our Media Partners

Play the Game of Rafflecopter to Win the AWESOME books 


Tornado3: Spotlight Book 77 - The Broken Home by Lopamudra Banerjee

Name of the book: The Broken Home
Author: Lopamudra Banerjee
Read some reviews:

1. Anirban Nanda
2. Sarmita Dey 
3. Niranjan Navalgund 

The Story:

An English translation of Rabindranath Tagore's novella, 'Nastanirh', which was aptly filmed by ace filmmaker, Satyajit Ray as Charulata.

You can buy the book @

About The Author 

Lopamudra Banerjee is a writer and translator, currently based in Dallas, USA. She has a Master’s degree in English with a thesis in Creative Nonfiction from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her unpublished memoir Thwarted Escape has been First Place Category Winner at the Journey Awards 2014 hosted by Chanticleer Reviews. She is an editor of Learning and Creativity, an e-zine for the literary and creative souls.

Her poetry, stories and essays have appeared at many print and online literary journals and anthologies both in India and the US. Her poetry has recently appeared in The Significant Anthology, Umbilical Chords: An Anthology on Parents Remembered and Kaafiyana, published by Readomania. Her English translation of Rabindranath Tagore’s novella The Broken Home is being serially published at Café Dissensus. She has received the Critics’ Award at Destiny Poets International Community of Poets, UK and also a Certificate of Merit as part of the Reuel International Prize 2015 for Writing and Literature. Her husband is an IT professional and they have two beautiful daughters, Srobona and Sharanya.

Stalk her @
Facebook | Twitter

Check out all the books of Tornado here 

Go to Book No. 78 >> Hearts & Hots by Ruchi Singh 

#TornadoGiveaway is an initiative of The Book Club. Click on the icon to go to the event page of the Tornado .. Lots of fun awaits you :)

In Association With our Media Partners

Play the Game of Rafflecopter to Win the AWESOME books