On the jacket:
The last thing Rihaan needs in his life is to play host to a woman who drives him crazy! Saira is gorgeous, yes, but she’s also wildly infuriating. Yet every time she comes within an inch of him he finds his normally iron-clad control slipping further and further away… Wanting to protect herself from more heartbreak, Saira knows she should keep her distance from Rihaan —but there’s something about him she just can’t seem to resist… Little does she know that Rihaan is hiding a secret! When it comes to light will it tear them apart —or raise their passion to new, more majestic heights?
Recently, Mills & Boons are being written by Indian authors, in Indian settings and with Indian characters. I used to be very skeptical about this very on M&Bs, yet with every book I have read, I keep getting more impressed. The Indian Author Collection of M&Bs are everything Indian romance books are usually not, they are not cheesy, filmy or unrealistic. Instead, these are very fine reads. Ruchi Vasudeva's You Can't Fight a Royal Attraction is one of the newest releases.
The characters, Saira and Rihaan, are not over the top, in fact, very realistic and well defined. Saira is not someone the reader can fall in love with immdeiately, but the author has managed to coax the reader into doing so. Not an extraordinary love story, but I enjoyed reading it - mainly for the author's skill of story telling which is sharp and rather easy-flowing.
If you dig M&Bs, there is no reason why you wouldn't want to read You Can't Fight a Royal Attraction.
[This is an author request review, however the opinions are my own.]