The Love Asana by Milan Vohra is a story of love and revenge.
What would you do to the person, who you think is responsible for the death of the only living family member, and that too your little sister, when you were not there to help her? Revenge, of course.
How would you feel if someone, who offers to marry you is a playboy, a billionaire and seen with a different woman on his arm in his photographs, and says that he is doing so to clean up his reputation and save your only brother who stood by you when you were at your lowest.
Vivan Parashar’s younger sister died in a car accident and after going through her diary, he is sure that Deepak Dewan was the cause of her death. And he is out for revenge. Pari Chand, a yoga teacher, has had a traumatic childhood. She is Deepak’s sister. She has a Yoga Studio in Vasant Vihar.
Vivan tells Pari to marry him, only then he would help her brother stay afloat in his business and Pari out of love and obligation towards her brother, marries him.
Like every Mills and Boon, they have their share of ups and downs, fall in love and live happily ever after.
I liked the story but felt that the hindi dialogues could have been avoided.
A little note for readers: I bought this book from the website of Harlequin India, and they copy they sent was very old and dirty and the cover was torn at places, I wrote to them and did not get a reply, so please think before you order at their website.
Book Source: Bought
Publisher: Harlequin India