The Indian Prince’s Scandolous bride by Devika Fernando

51sFZkcEvcLThe Indian Prince’s Scandolous bride by Devika Fernando is a sweet read set in Rajasthan, India.

The blurb:

Wedding planner Ashley Davies has left England behind to organize a royal wedding in India. She’s expected a cultural shock and lots of unforgettable memories – but never in a million years would she have thought she’d fall in love. When the mysterious and irresistible Vivaan turns out to be none other than an Indian prince, it’s time for her to make a decision: risk everything for the sake of what feels like so much more than a holiday fling, or resist their forbidden attraction and save her job as well as her heart?
Prince Vivaan of Yogeshpur certainly doesn’t want to get involved in the organization of his brother’s grand wedding, but then a free-spirited and smart redhead from England captures his interest. Suddenly he finds himself eager to get to know a woman who would never receive his mother’s royal seal of approval. Should he give in to his feelings or stay away from the ‘scandalous’ wedding planner?

The story:

Ashley Davies is a wedding planner and co-owner of Cloud 9 Weddings in England. Their owner bags a contract to organise a royal wedding and so, she arrives in Jaipur with her assistant, Peter Atkins. While she is sightseeing in Jaipur, she meets Vivaan, a spice trader, who shows her around. The next day, she travels to the Palace where the royal family resides and meets them and is shocked when she is introduced to the brother of the groom who is none other than Prince Vivaan Arjun Dewar, a Royal of Yogeshpur, whom she had met as a spice merchant.

My take:

The story is interesting and is fast paced. I loved how Vivaan and Ashley meet. The scenes have been described in detail and could be easily picturized. The characters have been developed well and are realistic. The language is simple.

I loved the story and am looking forward to reading more from the author.

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