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The Malhotra Bride (English Edition) di [Venkatraman, Sundari]
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Sunita Rishi’s just turned twenty, having completed her graduation. She wants to fly free as a bird, explore career options and travel the world. Does she have a choice when Mamma & Pappa insist on arranging her marriage? Born in a rich business family steeped in tradition, Sunita has a tough job on her hands. Can she stop the tide?
Tall, dark and handsome, Akshay Malhotra is the catch of the decade. The only son of Billionaire Raj Malhotra, he’s in a strange fix. His father’s keen that Akshay meets Sunita with marriage in mind. He’s too close to his parents to say ‘no’ for the preliminary meeting. And then he comes face-to-face with Sunita….
Will Sunita be falling from the frying pan into the fire when she agrees to become The Malhotra Bride?

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Lunghezza stampa: 168
  • Editore: Flaming Sun; 2 edizione (11 febbraio 2014)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00IE4R20U
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  • Media recensioni: 5.0 su 5 stelle 1 recensione cliente
  • Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: #282.604 a pagamento nel Kindle Store (Visualizza i Top 100 a pagamento nella categoria Kindle Store)
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Sundari Venkatraman, has taken a leap into the self publishing world with her second novel, 'The Malhotra Bride.' When this book, landed on my Kindle, the first thing that striked me is the cover of the book. Illustrated by Mr. Prashant Kamble, this scene depicts an Indian marriage ritual being performed. A scene of 'Dilwale Dulhaniya le Jayenge' flashes in my inward eye. Got my bag of popcorn and clicked on the book in my Kindle and was soon introduced to Sunita and Akshay.

She…

She is Sunita, a young girl from a rich business class family. Though very much loved by her family, she has one problem. She's bound by family traditions which are nothing short of male domination. [Itching to give a long lecture here, but don't want to divert from the topic :)] Sunita wants to work, but due to parental pressures, she is forced to agree to an arranged marriage. She does not take this kindly.

He…

He is Akshay Malhotra - the scion of the Malhotra family. The rich guy who is NOT a brat! He has a loving relationship with his parents, hard-working and OMG! without any vices. God! Make more like him, please. When he hears about his parent's arranging a marriage for him, he is a bit hesitant but when his dad insists he agrees to 'see'the girl.[This is another debatable topic.]

And he falls in love…

The love story…

So, the boy meets girl and falls in love. End of story :) popcorn is finished and time to go home.
But did I not tell you she wants to work and not marry. I wasn't bluffing, dear readers. When they meet for the first time, Sunita does tell Akshay that.!

Akshay is stunned. Here he was in love and this beautiful girl didn't want to marry him. So, what could a guy do?
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Amazon.com: 3.6 su 5 stelle 27 recensioni
4.0 su 5 stelle Read it if you are a die-hard romantic 22 marzo 2014
Di sumeetha manikandan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
First of all I was amazed to find out that The Malhotra Bride was a self published book by Sundari. If books like this are around, then there may yet be hope for other good authors who want to get published through this route.

The Malhotra Bride is the story of Sunita, a young 20 year old girl who wants a career and longs to travel. But her parents want her to get married and are actively looking for a match. They find the perfect one in Akshay Malhotra, a young handsome scion of a business family. Sunita tries to resist but her parents are adamant. She tries to enlist her adorable dadiji and he promises her that he won’t allow anyone to pressurize her.

Enter the hero, Akshay. Sauve, handsome and debonair he is certainly the stuff that dreams are made of :) He too is not very happy with his parents trying to arrange a marriage with an unknown girl. He protests against the match until he glances at the beautiful photo of Sunita. Captivated by her beauty, he agrees to meet her with an open mind. And he gets a clandestine glimpse at her when she comes out of her computer class.

What happens when they meet? Will Sunita reject him outright?

Sundari’s impeccable language and prose is a joy to read and will have you turning page after page. And she has a knack of creating hot (very) couples in all her novels. The Malhotra Bride makes a perfect weekend read, especially if you are looking for some hot romance.

Plus Points: Sundari’s perfect prose and language. It’s impeccable! And her hot heroes and heroines

Minus Points: Wished this was a much longer novel with more conflicts.

Verdict: Read it if you are die-hard romantic. If not you will become one, after reading this.
5.0 su 5 stelle Sweet sweet romance!! 29 aprile 2015
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Well paced. Beautifully written.
I read a lot of romance and this is the first Indian romance , it very well written and so cute.
It has SAM. It is 18+ reading but nothing trashy...just like lot of other famous historical and contemporary romances those hit the best sellers list.
3.0 su 5 stelle The Malhotra Bride Review 25 agosto 2016
Di Mrs. K. Lewis - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
It was a quick read. Sometimes the characters parents are a little more than normal. But overall an okay story.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Nice, romantic and decent 9 agosto 2014
Di Mehitabel - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I'm not a fan of steamy "romance" novels - but a lovely romance with sex afterwards, in it's proper place .... this kind of storytelling we DEFINITELY need more of.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Don't think .. just read it :) From The Book Club 27 marzo 2014
Di Rubina Ramesh - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Sundari Venkatraman, has taken a leap into the self publishing world with her second novel, 'The Malhotra Bride.' When this book, landed on my Kindle, the first thing that striked me is the cover of the book. Illustrated by Mr. Prashant Kamble, this scene depicts an Indian marriage ritual being performed. A scene of 'Dilwale Dulhaniya le Jayenge' flashes in my inward eye. Got my bag of popcorn and clicked on the book in my Kindle and was soon introduced to Sunita and Akshay.

She…

She is Sunita, a young girl from a rich business class family. Though very much loved by her family, she has one problem. She's bound by family traditions which are nothing short of male domination. [Itching to give a long lecture here, but don't want to divert from the topic :)] Sunita wants to work, but due to parental pressures, she is forced to agree to an arranged marriage. She does not take this kindly.

He…

He is Akshay Malhotra - the scion of the Malhotra family. The rich guy who is NOT a brat! He has a loving relationship with his parents, hard-working and OMG! without any vices. God! Make more like him, please. When he hears about his parent's arranging a marriage for him, he is a bit hesitant but when his dad insists he agrees to 'see'the girl.[This is another debatable topic.]

And he falls in love…

The love story…

So, the boy meets girl and falls in love. End of story :) popcorn is finished and time to go home.
But did I not tell you she wants to work and not marry. I wasn't bluffing, dear readers. When they meet for the first time, Sunita does tell Akshay that.!

Akshay is stunned. Here he was in love and this beautiful girl didn't want to marry him. So, what could a guy do? Think like a businessman that he was of course! Akshay proposes to Sunita but uh..... Not as a regular marriage proposal. You really think I'm going to tell you further than this? :)

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