Friday, January 3, 2014

#Giveaway : You Can't Fight A Royal Attraction by Ruchi Vasudeva



The last thing Rihaan needs in his life is to play a host to a woman who drives him crazy, Saira is gorgeous, yes, but she's also widlly 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?


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You Can't Fight A Royal Attraction 

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12 comments:

  1. Secrets are always tempting to be revealed especially when you are the only one aware of it!

    Having Besties in life is always having N number of secrets, few which needs to go to grave with you!

    Around 8yrs ago the fun of being in a relationship which is serious enough to flaunt was a trend as we started our graduation! So Bestie definitely had a secret which she asked me to keep about her date. The regular gossip time of sharing the date details was regular. And once out of the blue, we met few friends who turned and quoted few things about d date whom we assumed no one else knew.

    Bestie threw a dirty look that why the hell was I gossiping to people about it! I just had to cut a sorry figure!

    It's only after few days she came back and said that d people we met were common frnds and the guy had shared it with them!! She was just happy I hadn't blabbed to anyone for which I.am usually known for :P

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    1. Hi Sangeetha, great to know you were so loyal to your bestie. Thanks for sharing your story and entering the giveaway :)

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  2. There were days when I ate chicken for breakfast, mutton for lunch and fish for dinner. But during my no-carb diet period, I decided to quit non-veg. But I wasn't vocal about it with the relatives. I usually denied non-veg in functions quoting reasons like "vrath" or "too full" or "stomach upset". One unfortunate day, while discussing further diet changes with my dietician over phone, she told me that she was unwell and I had to collect diet chart from her assistant. This assistant of her turned out to be my cousin and she took her 'maintain privacy of patient pledge' as a joke I guess. Before I reached home, the secret was "breaking news"

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    1. Oops Kavya, you have my sympathies ;) thanks for sharing your secret story :)

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  3. When I first moved to Hyderabad, my then bf (now hubby) had a two wheeler which is something both our parents hated. I knew that telling my mom would only raise her bp as she would be worried round the clock. So, I never mentioned it to my parents back home.

    When my bestie came to visit us once and my hubby left the two wheeler with him so that we could go sightseeing in the city without having to haggle with the autowallas. When my bestie went back home - he regaled our daily excursions to my parents including the fact that hubby had a two wheeler on which we roamed around the city!!

    Bad at keeping secrets (I never see a point of doing something I have to hide or lie about) - I had no foresight of warning my bestie not to tell my parents about the two wheeler :P :P

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    1. Hi Debdutta, thanks for participating :) parents can be so fussy, no? Hope they got to used to the two-wheeler!

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  4. what a question that is.. ok let me be honest here !! I used to have a diary where I wrote all the things; including about my love. I was 17-18 years that time and in a surrounding where I am living being in love in that age was considered to be a sin. So, one day when I was not in home my mom thought of cleaning my room. While removing the dust and all she got the diary which I had safely kept at the bottom of my bookshelf. I returned after an hour or so and what I saw was enough to assume what was coming next. My mom had the diary in her hand, before I could give any excuse she charged me with the broom that she was holding until it broke.. Many more thing happened thereafter which could be named as middle class family drama.. After that incident I never used a diary again !!!!!

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    1. This made me laugh so much, Santosh! Can't get the image of the broom beating out of my head ;) ;)

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  5. When your secrets are revealed, whether by yourself or by somebody, they always leave you in the embarassing situation. So, i had this habit of eating ice. Litearally i used to take ice cubes fom the ice tray kept in freezer, took into mouth and chewed like a candy . i could like finish the whole 1-2 trays in a day. Knowing the fact that consuming too much of it is harmful. This had become my daily habit. Even in winters in used to eat though i have stopped now. Some times, i kept the empty trays in fridge after eating all the ice then when the other family members required ice, they kept wondering looking at those empty trays, where did the all ice go? Then even i gave the same look as them. Once, i filled the try with water but it did not freeze till the time when daddy needed the ice for his drinks. Everybody was suprised and ultimately claimed that there's a problem in the Freezer and even called mechanic next day. Then One fine day, one small cousin of mine caught me eating ice. OMG this was really embarassing when he told this act of mine, in front of the whole family and i got a really bad scolding from everybody.Most important is you feel maha awkward when you are scolded in front of your small sibblings. After that day i got very bewared of when to eat ice and when not to. But yes now i dont eat it that frequently and in that quantity :D

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    1. Hi Priyanka, it's certainly an unusual habit. Be glad you got rid of it though because ice can give your teeth fractures, you know. Thanks for taking part in the giveaway!

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  6. I am pretty good at keeping secrets I guess because I can't think of one incident where I spilled someone else's or my secret unintentionally :)

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    1. Hi Janhvi, your friends must be so pleased to hear that ;) thanks for participating!

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