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Book Review : One Monsoon in Mumbai ~ Anitha Perinchery

Title - One Monsoon in Mumbai
Author - Anitha Perinchery 
Pages - 307 Pages
Genre - Rom/Com, Thriller, Suspense
Format - Kindle

A perfect romantic comedy to chill in this hot summer. This is author's debut book and she has sculptured the story like bollywood movie. The female protagonist was not only charming and beautiful but also very bold and dauntless in her own sense.

This story is about a girl Seema Rawat who did pick pocketing in childhood but now is an undercover spy, working for the Intelligence Bureau. She is assigned a mission by her aunt - Madhu to unravel corruption on part of the Finance Minister who happens to be her boyfriend’s father.

Boyfriend and minister's son Adith Verma is a dashing and handsome guy. He is a graduate from IIT Mumbai and is well aware of his father’s schemes and his contribution to corruption. However, Adith wants to be a clean politician and make a difference.

Another guy Vikram Joshi has anger management issues and a family that doesn’t understand him. He runs the best cybersecurity firm, Imperium, and has goals wider than the sky. He is a friend of Adith who always protects him at any cost. His rules include no women. But what will he do when he finds a woman that freezes his senses?

Will Seema be able to get success in her mission? What will happen if both the guys fall for Seema? Who does Seema choose?


The plot is interesting and the twists keep the readers on the edge for the whole time. The tangled love triangle or to be more precise, love quadrilateral shared between the 4 characters are intense as well as comical. The authors also touches the topic quite bravely that invades the country such as dirty politics, corruption and child prostitution. I hope that it will generate awareness on a wider scale.

I really enjoyed reading the book. Writing style of the author is commendable, cover could have been made in a better way, language was articulate, I was totally hooked to the book and characters are so realistic that one can totally feel them. I would like to appreciate the author for writing this wonderful story. 

I highly recommend to everyone who loves Rom/com.


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