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Book Review-Trust Me Not

Author: Ankita Verma Datta
Publisher: Jaico Books
No Of Pages: 384
Genre : Political Thriller

 

Blurb

Rising corporate star Reeva Rai is offered a prestigious position in a top-notch PR agency. It is the opportunity of a lifetime. But working with Enigmatic Billionaire Kunaal Kabi was not going to be easy. Even as she develops feelings for him, she is determined to prove herself.

But when an activist friend turns to her for help with a real-estate scam, Reeva has to make a high-stakes choice. Can she retain the credibility of her prominent clients while helping hundreds save their homes? As she digs deeper to find solutions, a nefarious scheme unravels with unexpected connections. A no-holds-barred race ensues, blood is drawn and Reeva is trapped in the eye of a political thunderstorm. If she succeeds, powerful people will have much to answer

Book Review

I would like thank WritersMelon for the review copy. My review here is totally unbiased and honest.

My first utmost thought after finishing off  the book is ” THIS BOOK IS SO SO PROFESSIONAL  AND RICH IN ETHICAL WELL BEING”

Characters were just SPELLBOUND,UNIQUE and SMART.

Narration was unusual ,It was like the salt in a dish. It was at the right proposition and was really YUMMY TO READ.

Romance was way more less than expected but still it didn’t hold back the charm of the romance and had its own way.

After a long time I am reading a book with boy-girl friendship(Nihaal and Reeva) which was beautifully put on throughout the book.

Political manifesto was organized and handled so effectively that I thought I am actually seeing a real political meet while reading those. With the blurb I was expecting a full fledged political affair but as pages moved on it totally turned out to be good thriller. There was a surprise element at every chapter,where it could be small or big.

Well all women characters in this book are independent and bold. They were emotionally made weak but still they rose up quickly. There were dirty politics going on all around the story and author didn’t even touch the area of foul language at any page. That’s why I said this is so rich in vocabulary and narration. The end was unpredictable and edgy towards  the finish.  This book had its foot on all the genre and made it to be an interesting read.

Overall “Trust me not”is a fast paced political affair with ample of twist and doubts which grips the story with the rigid plot and fantabulous narration.

Buy Links

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About The Author

Ankita Verma Datta is an Economics graduate from Mumbai University and is trained in advertising communication and marketing at the Xavier Institute of Management/Communication. She has spent more than a decade in the advertising industry, handling a wide range of clients from finance, insurance, education, food industry and also government sector and political campaigns, before starting her own communications consultancy in 2003. Apart from marketing and advertising, she has interests in various other fields, including curating antique Portugal houses in Goa and ‘hobby-breeding’ the exotic dog breed of Tibetan Mastiffs. An ardent nature and animal lover, she spends her time in Mumbai, Lonavala, and Goa.
Trust Me Not is her debut fiction novel and she intends to continue writing socio-political thrillers with current relevance in future too. She writes to evoke and entertain.

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