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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Mixing Genres with Adite Banerjie #Romance #Suspense #RB4U @adite


If you wish to avoid a hangover you are often advised not to mix your drinks. While intoxication is guaranteed, it is a sure-fire way of making you feel unwell while you are drinking and worse still the morning after.

When it comes to writing romance, though, you are chasing a different kind of high. One that will leave the readers intoxicated with the blossoming relationship between your characters but without the bad aftertaste. I have discovered that in romance, mixing genres actually works. The slow burn relationship build up combined with the fast paced story telling of a thriller can make for an exciting read.

Destiny’s Girl is about Maya, a feisty young woman who yearns to bring down the man who destroyed her family. When Krish, the son of her most hated enemy, proposes marriage to her, she grabs the opportunity. But destiny has something else in store for her…she falls in love with Krish. How does she reconcile her heart’s desire with her need for revenge?Do share your thoughts about mixing genres—does it give you a feel good buzz or a hangover?


Maya has only one thing on her mind: revenge. So, when she lands an invitation to the most exclusive high society party being hosted at Dev Residency, she grabs the opportunity. After all, the host of the party is none other than KD, the man who destroyed her family. 

Krish needs to find a bride and soon! A marriage arranged by his father, KD, seems imminent and that would mean throwing away the key to his freedom. One innocent tango with the enigmatic beauty, Maya, and he is hooked. Can she be the means to his freedom? Accepting his proposal of marriage will take her a step closer to her goal of revenge. Can Maya stop herself from falling in love with the enemy's son? But then, love and revenge don't mix!

*This book was previously published by Harlequin/Mills and Boon as "The Indian Tycoon's Marriage Deal". 

To read an excerpt or more, do check out Destiny’s Girl on Amazon. It’s also on Kindle Unlimited – if you are a subscriber, you can read it for free!

To find out more about Adite and her work, please visit her page: 



6 comments:

Reet Singh said...

I love mixed genres, Adite.
Especially when one in the mix is romance. Give me, any day, a mystery with romance, a comedy with romance.... and so on!

Cara Marsi said...

Nice to meet you, Adite. Your book sounds terrific.

Paris said...

Welcome Adite,

Your cover is very intriguing and your story sounds exciting. Thank you for sharing your wonderful new release with us!

adite said...

Thanks Reet.

adite said...

Thanks, Cara.

adite said...

Great to be here. Thanks for the opportunity.

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