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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Review - Intrigue In India by April Vine


Title : Intrigue In India

Author : April Vine

Publisher : The Wilder Roses

Buy Intrigue In India Here!


Reviewed by: Brynna


Rating: You Need to Read



“All you have to do is disguise yourself, pretend to be me, go to India and meet the man I’m supposed to marry. By the time he realizes you’re not me, I’ll have already eloped…”

After a break up with her boyfriend, Haley Kent agrees to her best friend, Anjali’s madcap plan, hoping mystical India will help her find inner peace. Instead Anjali’s arranged future husband turns out to be a gorgeous Indian God with a touch that scorches.

Rajeev Yuvaraj refuses to be outsmarted by the sexy, blonde, blue-eyed American and devises his own retribution. A bride is what he expected and a bride is what he would get even if it meant handcuffing Haley to his wrist during the marriage ceremony.

But when Haley discovers the true nature of his secret scheme, can Rajeev seduce her back into his arms again?


Haley's mission: Fly to India and keep her best friend’s betrothed occupied while she elopes with her beloved. Simple? Wrong. Haley’s plan backfires when a favor for a friend goes ary. Forced to either go through with a marriage ceremony in her friend’s stead or divulge Anjali’s location, Haley chooses matrimony. The handsome Indian tycoon, Rajeev, can’t really force her to marry him, right? Or can he?

Captivated by the beautiful American, Rajeev is going to take full advantage of such an opportunity. After a night a unbridled passion, Haley is right where he wants her, in his life and his bed. When she inadvertently discovers she’s not quite as married as she thought, Rajeev must convince her she’s the one he wants now and forever.

Vividly depicting the foreign mystique of such a different culture, Intrigue in India was a delight to read. Add plenty of steam and this book reminds me of the Harlequin romances of old with an unlikely heroine and handsome prince. Haley and Rajeev are larger than life, leaping off the page and into the imagination making this one you need to read.

1 comment:

  1. Brynna, thank you for reviewing my book. I really appreciate your time and comments. Thank you so much again! :)

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