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With You I Dance,

Fingerprint Lite, April 2016

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Meera Sagar had everything-the perfect job as a principal ballerina and a man who loved her as much as she loved him. But tragedy struck the night before her biggest performance, forcing her to come back home. To Mumbai.

 

Now, a year later, Meera is still trying to pick up the pieces, while fending off marriage proposals from her well-meaning but traditional Gujarati family, and figure life out all over again. By starting a ballet school in Mumbai.

 

But she has two problems. One, she knows nothing about running a business. And two, she can’t dance. Not anymore.

 

Enter Abeer Goswami. A man nursing a broken heart.

 

Will Meera find a new dream in her ballet school? Can Abeer and Meera find their way back to each other again? And, most important, has Meera danced for the last time?

 

With You I Dance is a warm, funny, at times heart-rending, love story of second chances, true love, and finding yourself when your dearest dream has vanished.

 


 

 

Praise for With You I Dance: “I couldn’t think of any negative points in this one!” – Sundari Venkatraman, Indie Bestselling Author

“What I liked about the narrative is the imperfections in Meera’s character” – Paulami Duttagupta, Award-winning Scriptwriter

 

Kingdom Come, Harlequin, April 2014

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How do you kill a man with no Achilles heel? You cut off his foot ~ Tom Jones.

Krivi Iyer is an embittered former spy and bomb defusal expert with only one regret. That he couldn’t catch The Woodpecker, a dangerous, mentally unstable bomber who ended his partner’s family. He has a second chance to go after his arch enemy with Ziya Maarten, the manager of ‘Goonj Business Enterprises’ in Srinagar, Kashmir, alleged to be The Woodpecker’s sister.

Except, Ziya is a beautiful distraction and not a terrorist’s sister. When a tragedy in London tears Ziya’s life apart, she can only rely on Krivi to give her the absolution and vengeance she needs to move on.

Between training to be an anti-terrorist squad member and finding The Woodpecker, Ziya uncovers the secrets of Krivi’s tormented past. But will two tortured souls find the courage to love?

Set against the serene beauty of Kashmir, Ladakh and Tibet, Kingdom Come is a gripping story of death and loss, vengeance and retribution, love and life.


 

Praise for Kingdom Come: “Aarti V Raman’s Kingdom Come is a pleasant surprise” – DNA India

“Aarti has done a fabulous job weaving the characters together” – Rubina Ramesh, Reviewer, Indie Bestselling Author.

White Knight, Leadstart Publishing, January 2013

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Foreign news reporter Ariana White is a woman on a mission.

She interviewed Sebastian Delgado, Premier of San Magellan a country that suddenly struck rich in oil, on the night that he was to announce the country’s acceptance to the UN. But soon after she witnessed his murder and got shot herself.

The reporter in Ariana will not rest until she gets answers to the questions: Who killed Sebastian and why? Is he even dead, at all? Nothing on earth will stop her, not even Brandon Rice, the man who makes her weak in the knees.

Brandon Rice is a ruthless mercenary.

As the deceased Premier’s security head, Brandon is willing to use any means to get to the bottom of the conspiracy against San Magellan, a controversial country suddenly become important to world economics.

But, he is up against the persistent, intelligent, fiery, passionate Ariana, who he is forced to save again and again even as he tries to stop her from uncovering the complicated, potentially fatal truth. Or his attraction to her.

From the Strait of Magellan and the alleys of Paris to the port of Monte Carlo, Ariana and Brandon embark on a wild journey that puts everything they are, and believe, to the test…including their hearts. Can love save two hearts that don’t belong together?