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  • A Distant Heart

    A Distant Heart is a friends to lovers story set in India that I quite enjoyed. I loved the way in which the author told it. Showing the hero and heroine's first meeting as children and how their relationship evolved over time. Nothing between moves quickly, it's a slow build up that is very much reflected in the way things are revealed and the culmination of their first sex scene. I definitely recommend it to one and all. ARC provided by publisher through Net Galley

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  • Well written and unputdownable

    A Distant Heart is my 4th book by Sonali Dev, and the 2nd time I've come across Kimi and Rahul, who 1st make several appearances in A Change of Heart, ( this is something I have noticed in her work, she would introduce a minor character in 1 book, and give them their own story and make them the main character in another { Ria and Vikram - Bollywood Bride} something that I've grown to love ) though at that time I didn't particularly like either of them nor paid much attention to them, after reading this, I can safely say that I have grown to love them both the same way I love Mili and Samir ( Bollywood Affair - My favourite book by her) and Vicky and Ria ( Bollywood Bride, Oh Vicky you heartthrob!!!). Another thing I absolutely love about her books is that everyone is interconnected !!!!!!! but you can still read them without reading the other books and not feel lost and utterly confused.. Now back to the ADH , like all her books at first glance this is light hearted, funny and romantic BUT she always ALWAYS talks about some underlying issue in the (indian?) society.. in this case it's the black market for organs. Like all her books this too was an emotional rollercoaster, if you're like me, this book is a guarantee to make you squeal, laugh, cry, cringe, facepalm, groan (nearly threw the book away because I wanted to shake Rahul hard but punched a pillow instead and felt a lot better) and of course , angry. Though the dual time lines might seem confusing, if you're truly engrossed in the book then the whole thing will flow smoothly. This book , for me, though had a tad slow start, was unputdownable once I got into it. It was money well spent, very well spent indeed.

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