A simple misunderstanding can ruin a relationship; be it between siblings or lovers. A small misunderstanding and lack of communication can create a great rift between the two individuals.
Deceptive Baritone is a fast-paced romance with a background of a music band. Sitara aka Tara and Giri are childhood sweethearts. But lack of communication, misunderstanding and other circumstances replace the love with hatred. But will they clear the air of misunderstanding and get back their love?
I liked the way Reshma has created the story plot with various layers and has no loose ends.
So if you like romance and want a quick dose of it with a hint of little mystery amongst the lovers one must read Deceptive Baritone by Reshma Ranjan.
There are two endings truly. Part one is where they drop their play at the worst and another is when they feel hopeless. Not everyone pulls themselves together well until they meet the true ending. Sitara and Giri story is like how stars flickers and sweet darkness sweeps in. The story follows Sitara IT Pro and Giri, a lead vocalist of Indian Band. It sets up in Denver, where two long lost soul parts their ways cause of a misunderstanding and lack of communication. Sitara purports to rekindle their romance with her first love when she gets a chance to meet Giri while organizing a music event. On the other hand, Giri gets annoyed as she is the woman who made him lost faith in love. To find out more, whether they ditched the obstacle before them and rekindled their love again or not? Reshma Ranjan has penned down a sweet and charming romance story. This book is a pure treat for fiction lovers seeing the way how eloquently it is written. And how author stances each and every detail of romance & their yearnings with the white blanket of snow. I like the book from front to back. The story pattern is simple and a page-turner. The silhouette of a girl, the bands and shades of blues in the cover complements well on the music and its emotional depth of the story. All in all, This book is definitely for the cosy and light read. Ratings: 4/5
All it takes for a relationship to spoil is a simple misunderstanding. This is a fast paced story of Sitara and Giri who are childhood sweethearts. The story journeys through Kerala and culminates in the USA. Hatred creeps into this love and what happens after circumstances ruin their relationship is what this book is all about. The characters and the plot are well thought out, the various threads woven together wonderfully with no apparent loose ends. The flow is smooth and the fact that the language is kept simple and steady adds to the charm of this well written novel. There is a certain charm that one would normally relate to old school romances, yet feels like a breath of fresh air. Totally enjoyed reading this book and I am definitely looking forward to reading the next two books of this series.
Reshma has taken a simple theme of childhood sweethearts who dream of a happily ever after but fate has other plans for them. She has developed the stories and characters beautifully and it was easy for me to relate to Sitara and Giri. Even the secondary characters have been developed well. The scenes have been described in detail and there were some scenes that I could actually picturise. Friendships and the understanding between friends has been explored well. The language is simple and easy to follow and the story flows at an even pace. Loved this book and am looking forward to reading the next two books of the series.
Reshma Ranjan certainly has this talent of being able to pen down soft, tender, and feel-good romances with a perfect mix of gen-x freshness and old school charm. Deceptive Baritone is yet another fine example of that.
It's a story about a Denver based techie girl Sitara, and Giri who is the lead vocalist in a band in India. The author takes us on a journey of their romance that starts in Kerala in India and ultimately culminates in the U.S.
A nice, warm read for those who crave a briskly paced story with a happy ending.