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Finding The Angel by [Ramesh, Rubina]
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Length: 139 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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All She wanted was love...
Shefali is a die-hard romantic. Having lost her parents at a very tender age, she is in search of a place which she can call home. Her passion for Art lands her a job as an art curator to the famous artifacts of the Ranaut Dynasty. When she meets the scion, Aryan Ranaut, she feels that her dream might come true until…

All He wanted was to trust…
Living the life of a modern day Prince is no easy task for the young and dashing Aryan Ranaut. Having lost his father to a rapacious woman, Aryan has severe trust issues. But upon meeting Shefali, he feels he could let down his guard. Until…

All They need is to find The Angel…
Just as Aryan realizes his love for Shefali, one of the most precious artifacts, The Angel, goes missing from the Ranaut collection. All fingers point towards Shefali—more so because she leaves the palace without telling anyone on the very night of the theft.

Finding the Angel is a story where duty clashes with love and lack of trust overrides passion. Under these circumstances, can The Angel bring the star-crossed lovers together?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 332 KB
  • Print Length: 139 pages
  • Publisher: The Book Club (8 December 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N0P3ZEM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #251,869 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Aryan is a Prince and he is charming too. He is the heir to the Ranaut Empire, very handsome and an attitude to go with it. He knows how to charm ladies and get away with it. No wonder he is attracted to Shefali as soon as he lays his eyes on her.

Shefali is an art curator working for her aunt who is entrusted to curate the antiques and the family heirlooms of the Ranaut dynasty. She falls heads over heels in love with Aryan. When she realises her feelings for Aryan she decides to leave to Mumbai as she doesn't want her feelings to affect her work. But soon she is accused of stealing the Ranaut dynasty's family heirloom The Angel, a Faberge' renowned for its workmanship which was a legend amongst art collectors.

Aryan abducts Shefali from Mumbai and brings her back so that she proves she is innocent by helping him find The Angel.

What follows is a roller coaster ride of high voltage drama with Rajmata falling ill, Aryan torn between his loyalties and his feelings for Shefali, Shefali being drawn more into Aryan which turns hopelessly passionate and intimate, and the pressure to find the stolen Faberge'.

What Could have been better -
Kalpana, Shefali's aunt comes across as a sane and mature woman. But she doesn't have much role to play.
Shefali comes across as a fragile person as is the case of anyone who is hopelessly in love with a person whom you consider is not your equal. She could have been more stronger in her resolves, though she tries to be and I certainly would have liked it if she has found out who the thief was.
The climax is a kind of Bollywoodish...it could have been better.

All other characters have been portrayed well including Hariram Singh, the senior house help of the Ranaut family.
It is a fast paced romance and the chemistry between Aryan and Shefali makes your heart race faster. A typical feel good happily ever after story.
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I finished reading Finding the Angel by Rubina Ramesh.
The book cover is awesome, the story line is palpable, book cant be put down (be warned) and so I join the crowd of reviewers gushing over it ;)
The plot is so fast and filled with tension all the time, you cant keep the book down. Remember to breath coz you will be angry to most of the time with the Prince Charming.
The characters are so well expressed. Complex characters you create, Rubina !
The mystery and romance mix worked very well. Talk about living a royal dream with eyes open :)
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Finding the Angel is the first novel written and published by Rubina Ramesh, exclusively on Amazon. I have known Rubina to be a versatile writer since almost four years. What I find special in the author’s writing is the way she paints pictures with her words, making the reader sit up with a jerk—simply powerful.

Finding the Angel is a romance novel—about Prince Aryan of the Ranaut Dynasty and Shefali, an art curator. I was keen to read this one from the moment I read it in its brief avatar a few years ago.

The lovely Shefali is a romantic while the hot, handsome Prince Aryan comes with a baggage from his past. She has arrived at his palace at Gitanjali Devi’s behest to catalogue the artefacts of the Ranaut Dynasty. During her stay, one of the artefacts that has been in the Ranaut family for many generations, gets stolen. The theft coincides with Shefali running away from the palace to safeguard her heart from the cynical prince of Ranaut.

And that’s how she gets accused of being a thief. Aryan is torn between his attraction towards her and his basic mistrust of humanity, thanks to his ‘baggage’. And so the story goes...

I won’t say much beyond this point to avoid spoilers. What I really loved about the story is the sizzling attraction between the protagonists that’s highlighted even in their first meeting. Woof! I needed to fan myself as Aryan is draped in but a towel when he comes across the beautiful Shefali in the corridor outside his very own quarters in the Ranaut Palace. And yeah, this is where she indulges in ‘Adam teasing’ or so he accuses her. That term sure brought a smile to my face.
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*** a little spoiler in store
Shefali Verma and Aryan Ranaut when together they sizzle the frame of your imagination.
From their meeting in the Palace, to their sparring with words and at times with … ahem …kisses, Shefali and Aryan just know how to let that tingly feeling in your stomach never to die.
The Fabergé had been a fascination for many but what no one would expect is a Fabergé egg becoming an Angel in Shefali and Aryan’s life.
A good romance read with a royal dose. Grab some coffee or so e chocolates and grab the book and have some great fun reading the sparring of the Royal Aryan and romantic Shefali.
If you want to catch the detailed review you can at: Book Reviews by Reshma Ranjan.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fast-paced and sensual 23 December 2016
By Devika Fernando - Published on Amazon.com
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I recently read „Knitted Tales“ by Rubina Ramesh and loved her collection of short stories so much that I decided to buy this book too. It is her first romance novel, and here’s hoping it won’t be her last.

I’m currently writing royal romance novels, so reading about a modern-day Indian prince and his family sounded like paradise. It did enjoy the glimpses of their lives immensely. Without wasting precious moments on too many descriptions, the author brought the palace and its setting to life. Aryan did act like a prince with a rakish edge and was an interesting hero. I think, like Shefali, first I fell in lust with him and then I began to like and love him. Cleverly done! As for Shefali, I admired her courage and her passion. She had a vulnerable side too, but that didn’t keep her from using her brain and trying to stand her ground against Aryan sensual onslaughts and all the other people meddling with her life. The prince’s family was fascinating to read about and provided the perfect backdrop, though I would have liked to learn a little more about them and especially about the past and mysterious connection to the stolen Angel.

The title is a great idea, as it can mean more than the obvious thing and is also a recurring symbol in the story, especially towards the ending. Speaking of the ending, it was no huge surprise, but well executed and everything the hero and heroine could have wished for. The chemistry between Shefali and Aryan was sizzling, the steamy scenes between them hot but tasteful. Sometimes I almost wishes they were a little less, for their powerful attraction to each other caused the protagonists to behave a bit abruptly sometimes. Their constant on and off, hot and cold, yes and no kept me on my toes.

If you enjoy love stories set in India, a glimpse of royalty and riches, and a story that holds its own against a dozen movies and soap operas, then give this debut a try. Its simple language, fast pace and sensual scenes make it a winner.
5.0 out of 5 stars Regal Love 17 April 2017
By Indywrites - Published on Amazon.com
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Finding The Angel is an out and out love story, a sweet romance and a fast-paced thrilling chase to find the Fabergé Egg and a possible killer. Finding The Angel has all the elements of an entertaining, absorbing read with a bit of family love adding to the mix.

I have been reading Rubina’s stories and short fiction since I found the world of blogging five years ago. I was eager to read a romance from Rubina and when she asked me to proofread the book for her, I was impressed with the storyline. I have always been fascinated by her writing and the twists she spins in her stories. Her earlier book of short stories Knitted Tales has been gathering a lot of fans and stars and I was expecting traces of suspense in Finding The Angel as well but she has proved her versatility as a writer with this book.

Aryan and Shefali meet each other and the sparks are flying with hot chemistry that is at the core of a good romance. I enjoyed their interactions, both of them trying to find their balance and yet falling hard for each other.

Aryan, the handsome prince and debonair hero with the responsibility of a dynasty on his shoulders. He is a true blue Mills and Boon hero and if like me you love romance and the ‘dear old M&Bs’ you will love him and this book as well.

Shefali is a sweet, gentle, kind hearted, beautiful orphan. She is hard working and honest and agrees to Aryan’s plans to do her best to find the missing heirloom.

The book is a quick read with a fast-paced story, great chemistry between the lead pair and supporting characters that are begging for their own stories. The suspense and mystery of the Fabergé Egg adds to the quaint charm of the book and adds a regal touch to the story.

A hint of heartbreak, a touch of deceit, a glimpse of the debauchery of royalty and a love that binds the threads together into a striking story. Finding the Angel is a well-written book and leaves the reader with a smile.
5.0 out of 5 stars When the Angel steals the heart! 13 December 2016
By Reshma Ranjan - Published on Amazon.com
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*** a little spoiler in store
Shefali Verma and Aryan Ranaut when together they sizzle the frame of your imagination.
From their meeting in the Palace, to their sparring with words and at times with … ahem …kisses, Shefali and Aryan just know how to let that tingly feeling in your stomach never to die.
The Fabergé had been a fascination for many but what no one would expect is a Fabergé egg becoming an Angel in Shefali and Aryan’s life.
A good romance read with a royal dose. Grab some coffee or so e chocolates and grab the book and have some great fun reading the sparring of the Royal Aryan and romantic Shefali.
If you want to catch the detailed review you can at: Book Reviews by Reshma Ranjan.
4.0 out of 5 stars A feel good love story. 11 December 2016
By MV Kasi - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't normally enjoy reading shorter length novels, since there isn't enough character development or a believable bonding between the MCs. But Shefali and Aryan's story had the right amount of romance, intrigue and angst that I thoroughly enjoyed. Rubina Ramesh, keep them coming!
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a wonderful book. I read it in one sitting 28 February 2017
By Varsha - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a wonderful book. I read it in one sitting. The characters and story stay with you long after you are done with the book. The writing is crisp and fresh. I would recommend this book to all lovers of romance. Look forward to reading more from Rubina Ramesh.

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