Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Review: Swipe Right for Marriage (Misguided Masala Matchmaker #2) by Sinclair Jayne Sawhney

Who needs a husband?

Corporate attorney Shanti Kapoor is not falling into the arranged marriage trap her family has set. Too bad her skillful dodge is thwarted by her younger sister, who accidentally sets Shanti back in the sights of her law school nemesis and fiercest competitor, Rakesh Singh. She and Rakesh have a history she’d rather forget, but now she owes him a favor that Rake’s definitely collecting on. Worse, playing the part of Rakesh’s bride at Charlotte’s Festival of India dredges up emotions Shanti thought she’d forever buried.

Rakesh has goals far beyond the DA’s office in Charlotte and a strategy for every move he makes. He only hesitated once to chase something he desired—Shanti Kapoor. Not this time. Rakesh knows he’s got one shot, so when fate plays into his hands, he shamelessly seizes advantage.

Shanti and Rake are at the top of their game. Their chemistry is explosive and someone’s going to get hurt. But all's fair in love and war—and with these two, it’s always been both.
My Review: 
An amazing second-chance romance. 
Ten years ago, Shanti and Rakesh had a short-lived fling before they went to college.  They never spoke again afterwards.  When they are finally reunited, the attraction is still there.  But they both have high demanding careers and a relationship really isn’t in the picture.  There is just one thing they need to learn; you can’t deny your destiny. 
This beautifully written love story was more than I could have ever imagined.  I loved the reunion story, but I also love this big Indian American family.  This book is filled with romance, emotional scenes, funny scenes and many serious ones as well.  All around, this is a wonderful story and great addition to the Misguided Masala Matchmaker series.  


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