Vikram is a Bollywood star and head of the families movie business, Naina is initially his grandmothers assistant before she becomes his PA on a script writing trip to the Maldives
I loved Naina, she is independent but vulnerable. She knows what she wants but she also has her own opinions on things and isn’t scared to fight with Vikram, even when the rest of the world just tells him what he wants to hear
Vikram is aware of his power and position and will at times use them to get what he wants but he is also human and vulnerable. Naina makes him look at himself and his flaws but also the positives that she thinks of him
Their fights and arguments had me addicted to this book and they allowed their characters to shine through as well as showing how they develop throughout
I had a job on a Bollywood film once and I think this helped me to understand a bit more of some of the process but I discovered so much more about the industry and how things worked from a different perspective and it worked so well, and the only thing that made me put the book down was that it was the early hours of the morning and I had to be up soon!
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a romance full of drama in a world not traditionally shown but which will pull you in and not let go
AM 🐾 x