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Rescued by Love: Book Review

 
Rescued by Love 
by 
Shilpa Suraj
The Blurb
 When Naina Ahuja is kidnapped as hostage days before her father, a Supreme Court Chief Justice, must sentence a terrorist, the stakes are very high. Lt Col Arjun Rathore and his team are the only ones who can be trusted with the mission of saving her.
During their arduous trek back through the hostile terrain of Ladakh, Arjun and Naina spend days in danger of losing their lives – and their hearts. Back in safety, the real world and its very real problems threaten – as do their own perceptions of the differences between them.
They must separate – but will life rescue their love?
The Review:
Rescued by Love is the story of Naina, daughter of the Supreme Court Chief Justice and Lt. Col Arjun Rathore. Naina is kidnapped as hostage, days before her dad must sentence a terrorist. Lt Col Arjun Rathore and his team are sent on a mission to rescue Naina to bring her back to safety. On their way back they fall in love-despite of the circumstances they are now in-the fear of losing lives! Naina opens up to Arjun on why she ran away from home to Leh, thus being captured by the terrorists. She doesn’t like getting married to ‘Fatty’ who is chosen by her father to go up the political ladder. The story depicts Naina’s dad as a prig who is concerned only about himself and his political career. He hates his daughter just like her Mom who never showered love to her only child. Naina sees Arjun as her Knight in shining Armour. He is her Prince charming, a man who swept her off her feet and could rescue her from the mad bad world.
Back home into the real world, they must separate!  But will life rescue their love?
It is a story of love and heartbreak. It is sensuous, smooth and romantic and a plot that takes us through several hurdles in their path, from the hostile terrain of Ladakh to the beaches of Goa. Rescued by Love is definitely an emotional roller-coaster ride with many strong characters that add spice to the story.  The high maintenance Jahnvi- Arjun’s fiancé , the Fatty- Naina’s fiancé and Arjun’s brother Aryan, the warm and sensible one are portrayed well.
The cover page is attractive and so is the narration. It’s fast and is a definite page-turner. I completed the book in a good two hours. I’m thankful to the author for sending me a signed copy. Three cheers to you, Shilpa Suraj. Can’t wait to get my hands on your next. Here’s a super duper five stars from me 🙂
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 Meet the Author

Shilpa was a year and a half when she was first introduced to the world of books. Her mother would park her with a picture book on the floor of the kitchen while she finished her cooking for the day. While it’s no longer the kitchen floor, you can still find her tucked away in a cosy nook somewhere with her nose buried in a book. While books in all genres interest her, it was romance that captured her heart. While racing through every romantic fiction book she could beg, borrow or buy, her over active imagination started to work overtime and weave its own stories. Years in the corporate world followed by a stint of entrepreneurship crystallised her belief that all she really wanted to do was give life to the stories bubbling inside of her. She briefly managed to tear herself away from the world of fiction to find her own personal happily ever after and now spends her time happily focusing on the two loves of her life – family and writing romances.

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