TAKE ONE FAKE FIANCÉ
By: Reet Singh
Mita Ramphul is single and fancy-
free—and she wants it to stay that
way. Living and working on the idyllic
island of Mauritius is the stuff dreams
are made of—until she bumps into a
man who threatens to destroy it all.
Tanay Devkumar is cynical and shut-
tered—events in his past have cast a
long and deep shadow. Convinced
that Mita Ramphul represents a threat
to his sister‟s happiness, he seeks her
out, determined to block her nefari-
They meet in circumstances that can only be described as
hostile—a series of disastrous events follow, and they are com-
pelled to pretend that they are in love and wish to marry.
It is meant to be a temporary engagement—but will Mita
be able to resist her fake fiancé or will his scorching kisses make
her yearn for something more permanent?
Tanay walked in and found Mita propped up in bed and
sparkling like a newly polished coin. Her face was scrubbed
pink—the bruises much lighter now—and her hair was plaited
into a long rope that lay across her breasts.
She had on a regulation white hospital gown that tied with
little strings down the front and Tanay caught a glimpse of
creamy skin where one of the ties had come undone. When his
gaze finally wandered back to her face, she treated him to a pierc-
ing glare that would have felled a lesser man.
„I wasn‟t mistaken. It is you—what the hell are you up to?
How dare you show up here of all places.‟
Her fists were clenched and Tanay saw fit to keep his dis-
tance. His cheek still smarted from when her palm had con-
nected with it at their last encounter.
***** Amazon. Review by Sudesna Ghosh: What a hot
and spirited romance! And it didn‟t hurt that the story was set in
uncommon locations including my city of Kolkata!
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Length: 214 Pages
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My love affair with books began when I was a tot. A fabulous mother, who recognized the power of the
written word, introduced me to the wonderful world of the imagination. My father served in the army and took
us along mostly wherever he went, resulting in experiences that beg to find a place in my books.
I am an ophthalmologist but make time for my other passions—reading and writing, watching rom-coms,
and doing creative things with wool and a crochet hook. I also love solving the cryptic crossword, and—when
my muse is elusive—I enjoy pitting my wits against my husband‟s at Scrabble®. When I have no other choice, I
can be found in the kitchen putting together my “world-famous” one-pot meals.