- Paperback: 200 pages
- Publisher: Shree Book Centre; First edition (1 May 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 935049762X
- ISBN-13: 978-9350497623
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 1.2 x 18 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,52,518 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Love Sees Noreason: Stories of Love Passion Paperback – 1 May 2015
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Sceptical of his twin brother Suraj's hasty marriage to a complete stranger Ria Nair, has made Suhaan suspicious about his brother's wife whom he has never met. The fact that the couple adopt a baby immediately after the wedding, only serves to increase his antagonism. Who is this Ria, and why did she marry his brother? Suraj dies, forcing Suhaan to return to the homestead to take over the family business. That's when the inevitable happens - he comes face to face with his brother's widow and discovers that he is attracted to her. On one level, Ria is all innocence and vulnerability. On another, is her mysterious and hurried marriage to his brother. She could be a gold digger. Is his attraction for her mere lust - or could it be... love?
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Suraj is the gentleman brother who suddenly marries Ria, a virtual stranger and as if this is not enough, they adopt a child soon after marriage. Suhaan is unable to fathom the reason behind Suraj's actions and being away from home, he thinks the worst of Ria.
The death of Suraj brings Suhaan back home and when he comes across Ria, for whom he has already formed the worst notions, it is as if the world stops. A petite woman with average features, Ria is an enigma to Suhaan. Sometimes she seems sincere, loving and a caring woman while at the other times, she is just like the woman he thinks that she is; a gold digger! Unable to make any sense of his strong attraction towards her, Suhaan is frustrated. Ria too is confused.
What will happen to these two?
Why did Suraj marry Ria?
Can Ria ever make Suhaan think better of her without revealing her true reason for marrying Suraj?
Is there attraction towards each other love or just lust?
Can two people who think the worst of each other ever fall in love?
All these and more questions assail the readers when they pick up Reshma's book, Love sees no reason. The cover is eye catching and the blurb intriguing and together these will make the reader pick this book up to read.
A convenient marriage, a secret and two people stuck in the middle, this book gives us a solid M&B style romance with an alpha hero and an mysterious heroine. Ria seems submissive in the first part but, thank God, she comes out of her shell and faces Suhaan's caveman style admirably. The storyline is tightly plotted with just the right amount of suspense thrown in at planned junctures in the story.
The characterization is good and I could easily connect with Ria.Read more ›
When I started this book, I had my reservations. I saw glimpses of dear Barb in this story. A certain degree of submissiveness and the cocksure Hero… (ahem!). l am not ashamed to say that I love BC.. but still, in todays world I would hate to see a submissive woman. Thankfully, Reshma diverted from that as the story progressed and brought out a heroine who in today’s world can say the word “no” like she meant it.
From the beginning of the story, a sense of pathos has been created. Ria is true BC kind of heroine in a modern avatar. She lost her fiancé in a freak accident that had left her with a broken heart. She found solace in an orphanage, where she met Mia, a new born orphan. Ria wanted to adopt her, but she had a contender for Mia’s affection in the form of Suraj. But Suraj was very sick and he offered to marry Ria – to provide a better future for both of them. Ria married Suraj and they had a good companionable relationship – till Suraj did not die. Now enters Suraj’s twin, Suhaan.
For the first time, Ria understands the chemistry she had been missing in her previous relationships. But Suhaan has a pre-conceived notion about her. He thought she had married his brother only for their money. Whereas his mind told him to stay away from her, but his heart sang another song and he was damn attracted to her. The feeling was mutual and they soon gave in to their basic insticts. But – they are related and the fear that the society won’t accept their relationship was always in her. It did not help tha Suhaan had a blow hot and blow cold attitude. She did not want to marry again for Mia. She wanted to fall in love and be loved.Read more ›
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The author highlight the subtle things that add depth to the story making it a very good read.