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Released: September 18th 2018
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Hard Play #3
“REBEL HARD is the perfect Bollywood rom-com.”
~ Under the Covers
Anytime I see Nalini Singh has a new release, no matter what it is, I feel like I need to jump on it and read it. I was particularly excited for this one because I really loved the first book in the series and the main characters here are the two best friends of the characters in the first book. I was also really excited to see Ms. Singh doing a book that dived into modern day Indian culture.
Nayna is getting to the age that her family wants to arrange her marriage and she’s finally agreed to let them. At the same time, she’s always felt a responsibility for doing right by her family after her sister almost disgraced them in society. But she also feels the weight of that and wants to be free. Raj thrives on that sense of belonging and deep rooted family, and that’s because of his hard past. He wants traditional and quiet. They are complete opposites from what they’ve always thought they wanted. And it was so much fun to see them come together and find that common ground and compromise.
REBEL HARD is the perfect Bollywood rom-com. I had a lot of fun reading it while having all the swoony feels. It will just put a smile on your face. I loved the glimpse into another culture that at the same time felt very familiar. I fell in love with both characters and just wanted to see them find a way to make things work. Raj is such an endearing hero. He was sweet and lovable, but also very sexy. I couldn’t get enough of him.
So he would tell her of his love only in the midnight hours, when she slept in his arms. He’d help her fly… and hope she’d choose to fly with him.
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