Someone wants Vikramaditya Seth Jr. dead.
He refuses the Z+ security option offered by the government. With too many variables trust is hard to come by…
Esha Sinha prepares for her first assignment outside of active-army service, oblivious to the fact that she has to baby-sit a man who has no respect for rules or protocol—a man who is headstrong, workaholic and a tenacious flirt. As the attraction between Vikram and Esha simmers and sizzles, another attempt is made on his life.
The killer is resourceful and determined.
The motive is unclear and perplexing.
Will they be able to nab the assassin before he gets to Vikram?
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Ruchi Singh is a novelist, and writes in two genres; romance and crime. Winner of the ‘Times Of India’ WriteIndia Season I under Amish Tripathi, she began her writing career writing short stories and articles, which have been published on various online forums. She has been a contributing author to many anthologies and Jugnu is her third novel.
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I enjoyed ‘The Bodyguard’ thoroughly – didn’t want to put it down, but had to because sleep beckoned; but I picked it up again first thing the next morning and finished it.
The Major is tough as bullets – loved her. She (Esha) is a mix of sensuality and solid professionalism, trying to keep the wicked Vikramaditya at bay even as he makes her melt. Vikramaditya is a perfect match for the feisty Esha, who is his bodyguard (I loved this little gender quirk in the conventional way of setting up a bodyguard romance).
The suspense is well built into the story and the plot is plausible – I am impressed with the way Ruchi Singh has handled the genre. I think she may have found her niche! She intertwines a romance into what is essentially a thriller, and her characters never let her down.
Do read this book if you want a romance that offers a tough lady protagonist, a sexy hero, and lots of action, physical and emotional!