Note : I received a copy from Writersmelon in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
The Protagonist, Dhruv, is a hot shot advertising executive who falls for his subordinate Anuradha. Though she doesn't work for him directly, yet the end up interacting and falling for each other in spite of the fact that Dhruv is married and has kids. However, Anuradha has a murky past which threatens their relationship. Things escalate quickly and Dhruv is forced to choose between his life and Anuradha.
Cliche story line, gaping plot-holes, lack of proper motive - That's just the complaints I have with the story line as such. The thriller part of the story needed a bit more of care and attention. Th
All the characters were sketched out rather well barring one - that of Dhruv's. I can't really comprehend his motives to cheat. He is neither portrayed to be bored nor is he desperate. It fails to strike me as to how a fully grown adult falls for that heat of the moment thing and goes on to cheat. This would probably suit a Young Adult with raging hormones, but does really not make sense for an adult. Anuradha's character was perfect but was typical of that of some one with a bad past. Kind of reminds me of all those typical Bollywood characters who end up falling for the married guy because of their own past.
I went on to finish the book solely because of the writing and clean editing! Perfect phrasing, no fancy vocabulary!
Verdict : Apart from the slightly misleading title and a predictable story, that book was an okay read.