Mita Ramphul can’t face another family set-up with a ‘nice young man’. What
she needs is to divert her family’s attention so introducing the devastatingly handsome Tanay Devkumar
as her new boyfriend is a stroke of brilliance. Until Tanay’s scorching hot kisses threaten to shatter her
plans for the perfect pretend date.
He might drive her crazy, yet
spending time with Tanay sparks a passion Mita never knew she had. It’s only meant to be temporary,
but when Tanay looks at her with that smoldering fire in his ebony eyes Mita can’t help but surrender to
the temptation of her fake boyfriend.
Reet has a romantic soul, partly genetic but certainly attributable to the romantic fictionshe devours by the kilo. When she’s not watching romcoms, or doing creative things with wool and a crochet hook, or playing Scrabble, she can be found in the kitchen putting together her ‘world-famous’ one-pot meals.
Married for three decades, her prototypical tall, handsome, and sensitive hero-husband still makes her heart skip a beat. Writing about love and happy endings feeds her romantic soul; hearing from her readers thrills her. Having a mother that read to her, she paid it forward, telling bedtime stories toher sons and nieces until they grew too old too fast. As a reaction to them growing up before she knewwhat was happening, she began writing for older children, and has published children’s books on Amazon, for Kindle.
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