by Reshma Ranjan
Sitara Menon is eager to meet the man for whom she has been carrying the torch since her teenage years. She hopes to rekindle their love and romance.
Giriraj Parapuram, one of the lead vocalists of the Benson Town Rock Band, considered music, their band and his friends his world. The last thing he wanted was to come face to face with the woman who had made him lose his faith in women and love.
Sitara organizes the concerts in Denver for the US tour of the Benson Town Rock Band, eager to meet Giri, mesmerized by his baritone voice, sweet memories and an unforgettable passion.
Giri is shocked to find the girl of his dreams changed into a woman who challenges him, infuriates and brings out his baser instincts.
Will their past force them apart yet again or will their desires bring them together?
Will Sitara be able to rekindle their romance?
Will Giri be able to trust and love her again?
REVIEW Of Deceptive Baritone by Reshma Ranjan
All it takes for a relationship to spoil is a simple misunderstanding.
This is a fast paced story of Sitara and Giri who are childhood sweethearts. The story journeys through Kerala and culminates in the USA. Hatred creeps into this love and what happens after circumstances ruin their relationship is what this book is all about.
The characters and the plot are well thought out, the various threads woven together wonderfully with no apparent loose ends.
The flow is smooth and the fact that the language is kept simple and steady adds to the charm of this well written novel. There is a certain charm that one would normally relate to old school romances, yet feels like a breath of fresh air.
Totally enjoyed reading this book and I am definitely looking forward to reading the next two books of this series.
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About the author
Here is a passionate romantic who loves literature and has created many happy ending in her imagination, for every movie or book with a sad conclusion.
She soon began to create her own characters and situations, creating plenty of romances and happy endings to satisfy her imagination. “But for my laziness and diffidence,” says Reshma “I would have penned umpteen stories of unexpected pairs meeting and falling in love, overcoming troubles and hurdles to unite for a lifetime.”
A voracious reader, Reader, Reshma is a poet as well and feels that she would be blessed as a writer if she could bring a happy content sigh on the reader’s lips.
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