- Paperback: 224 pages
- Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing (1 March 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8175993529
- ISBN-13: 978-8175993525
- Package Dimensions: 19.4 x 12.6 x 1.6 cm
- Average Customer Review: 27 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,05,296 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author
Aarti V Raman dabbles in romantic thrillers and contemporary romance in pursuit of that perfect story. Happy Ever After are her three favorite words in the English lexicon.
Aarti went on to study Creative and Professional Writing at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. She has a strong background in commercial content writing and copy editing.
Aarti’s ambition of honing her craft and writing stories, particularly romances with strong characters and stronger plots that remain etched in the reader’s minds, grew when she sold her first novel White Knight (Lead start Publishing), in 2012. This ambition has only been fueled with the lovely response to her second romantic thriller Kingdom Come (Harlequin MIRA), in 2014.
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Aarti V. Raman spins a beautiful tale of a young girl's journey to give her dreams a concrete shape; of having the courage to let love not slip by; of learning to be a true friend; and coming to terms with the ups and downs of life. It will leave you enchanted and rooting for the girl who knows she is no heroine but gets to be one anyways.
I feel there was no dynamism in both the lead characters as they did not allow nature to heal their broken hearts .They wanted to do things by taking a slight revenge .
Apart from these flaws I love Meera′s respect towards her family especially Zoya who helps Meera to start her own dance academy despite certain issues .
I liked Zoya ‘s and Niketu′s character they are quiet interesting to read without these character the book would not have won million of hearts .All in All I can say With You I dance is excellent book to read during Diwali holidays .
Do read this book for Abeer′s smile and kisses he shares with Meera .
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Meera is a self reliant, strong woman who has a passion for ballet and she has worked really hard, given up a lot to live her dream but an unfortunate incident shattered everything. And as a domino effect, she lost the love of her life. But she didn't give up.
Oh and Abeer! How come I didn't mention the awesome male protagonist! I love him, absolutely. No, he isn't perfect but he is just right, real, solid and REAL. Yes that's what I love the most about him. He isn't some unreal crazy lover who stalks each and every moment of Meera but he treats her like every self dependent girl wants to be treated and he is always dependable, always there. He is also this hotshot lawyer that only adds to his charm.
This book is a perfect balance of humor, sass, wittiness, complications and of course romance to curl your toes and warm your heart. The writing is in good pace to keep you hooked, not dragged, and in a good flow that doesn't break the feel of reading. It's easy to understand, relate and love.
I did read this book in one sitting, I was hooked. It was a lovely breezy read that made me want to read it again, and I did. It was like a soft warm kiss to my heart.
The Character of Meera is done really well. She is independent and headstrong. At the same time, she is also very vulnerable. The nuances of her character make her feel very real. Zoya’s character has been treated well too. I can see why Meera and Zoya are friends in the first place. There are some personality similarities there but, Zoya is an individual who knows her mind very well. As for Abeer, do guys like that really exist? He seems flawless and as such a little hard to believe in him.
The plot is straightforward and doesn’t have any twists lurking in the pages. The storyline, as a result, is very much predictable. What makes the book interesting to the reader is its narrative, the character of Meera and the love triangle.
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