Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Book Review#18: The Wedding Photographer: Sakshama Puri Dhariwal


In a seventeen-hour-long flight, a chance upgrade to business class lands journalist Risha Kohli next to handsome real estate hotshot Arjun Khanna. What’s more? Risha has been moonlighting as a photographer and her next assignment is Arjun’s sister’s wedding: the most anticipated social event of the year!

But Arjun doesn’t trust journalists and suspects this smart, sexy and incredibly spunky girl of using their mutual attraction as a ploy to invade his privacy for a newspaper scoop. And Risha, unaware of Arjun’s personal demons, is worried that this dishy tycoon’s unnerving behaviour will jeopardize her biggest photography gig so far.

What follows is a rollercoaster of snarky quips, sizzling chemistry and simmering drama amidst a Big Fat Punjabi Wedding

My Review:

A breezy, fun read. Set against a wedding backdrop all the characters are well etched and the wedding plot is used well. I loved the way the story shaped up. When you read the story you kind of connect to the characters. You can relate to the story. All the characters are well etched and a simple love story, mostly predictable. Light paced, fluent language and makes an ideal read for a lazy Sunday noon. A feel good kind of book.

Looking forward for more stories from this author. Loved her version of story writing.

My Rating:

I would rate this book 3.5/5 as it is fun, breezy read. Love stories with happy endings always bring a smile of our faces. :)

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