Tuesday, 30 June 2015

BOOK REVIEW :Mistress of Honour by Bhaavna Arora


A tale about passionate love and finding your soulmate . . . only to realize you will always come a close second
When Potnis, a captain in the Indian Army, meets Pansy during Operation Blue Star, he knows he has found the love of his life. Their passionate romance leads them to the altar and blossoms into a beautiful child, Rihana.
History repeats itself when Advik, a wayward boy from a broken family, catapults into Rihana’s heart as smoothly as he conquers the skies as an Indian Air Force pilot. What follows is a night of unabashed love, transporting the couple to heavenly bliss. Where will their unbridled love lead them? Will Rihana remain a mistress to Advik, for whom the love for his country comes first, or will she be able to make a place in his heart that is second to none? This heartbreaking saga of love, courage and sacrifice will leave you asking for more.

REVIEW :-  I bought this book from amazon.
I have already read first book of the author "The Deliberate Sinner" which was really good.
Now coming back to "Mistress Of Honour",after reading the blurb i got to know that the story is based on Indian Army ...so it was lyk WHAT?? AGAIN... l already read many books similar like this.
& As it is clearly mention in the cover page that the story is inspired from the real-life stories.

I really likes some parts of the book :-
-This book reveals the hardships and sacrifices made by Indian armies and their families in order to serve our nation.
-The author has clearly shown the sacrifices made by Indian army in order to give us comfortable life by risking their own lives.
-It shows the pain and the sacrifice perfectly.


After Rihana got the news of getting pregnant, She wanted to scream and weep.The only person in the whole world who could understand her problem was her mother.Pansy came and hugged her daughter & completely sympathized with her state of mind.Pansy had paid a price for the maturity.There was nothing painful for the mother than to see her daughter in such a helpless situation. 

It is a gripping novel about love, longing .The plot is well built and very well narrated. I would give this book 4 stars out of 5.

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