Book Name: Trust Me Not
Author: Ankita Verma Datta
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House (15 October 2017)
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
Undoubtedly this is one of the unique kind of books in my recent read. Though this is a debut novel from the author, readers will never feel the same while they dip in the mystery and thrill of the book. This book competes with many political genre books. Initially when I Started reading the book , the first few chapters didn’t go well also the 350+ pages brought my reading enthusiasm down. However as the story proceeds further it picks up the interest of the reader and turns.
It so happens “Reeva”, who joins as PR for JBP political party along with Kunal eventually develops a FEEL on him Which leads to an unusual consequences of political shades and exposures that brings something unexpected. To know more I will ask you to buy this worthy master piece.
Overall I rate this “Trust Me Not – Ankita Verma Datta” a 4/5, recommended to those who are more inclined towards political genres. decent vocabulary, commendable attempt as a debut author, reasonable pace, competent romance, though it is not a single shot read but the book is a worth read.
Kiran K Adharapuram