The Singh Family Trilogy, Book 2
From the publisher:
Rajneet Hothi built her empire with sweat, blood, and information. She knows everything there is to know about Ajay Singh, the future CEO of Bharat, Inc., as well as how crucial he is in securing her future. But she didn’t expect the passion that burst between them the first time they went head-to-head. She’d never felt anything like it before, especially during her marriage to her soon-to-be-ex-husband. When her company is blamed for her ex’s dirty dealings with Bharat, she’s forced to prove that Ajay is no match for her in the art of business or seduction.
Ajay shouldn’t trust Raj or her company. He’s on the verge of losing everything his family has worked to achieve, but he can’t stop thinking about the breathtaking way Raj opens her mind, body and heart to him. Throwing his infamous caution to the wind, he tempts the gorgeous CEO into his bedroom and boardroom. He soon realizes he wants Raj by his side and he’s willing to fight the people he’s always protected to be with her.
When Raj and Ajay discover the source behind Bharat’s leak, they must trust each other and work together to defy the odds and save the Singh legacy.
This is book two of a series and I haven’t read the first one (for a change!) but I will. This was really good. I loved the characters and learning about these South Asian families (and their food!)
Our hero and heroine are both brilliant in business and uber-successful. Raj is a strong, independent woman who is finalizing her divorce. Ajay is getting ready to take over his family’s company but Raj’s ex really screws them both over. Trust issues abound, for good reasons. But Raj is a smart, tough woman and Ajay has his moments as well. Together, they could be unstoppable, if only they can get past everything in their way.
There is a lot of angst and many obstacles to overcome, and I couldn’t put it down until I got to the last page. I was invested! This is a quick read, and a terrific romance.
Note: Some of the reviews I read said you have to read the first book to understand this one. I didn’t, and I didn’t even know I should have until I finished it. So I’m going to say maybe you will get more out of this one if you have read the first, but I thought it stood by itself beautifully.
THE LEGAL AFFAIR by Nisha Sharma. Avon Impulse (August 18, 2020). ISBN 978-0062854384. 336 pages.
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