Princess Meera of Malla unexpectedly finds love in Rish Vindhya, a noble young warrior. Then her brother, Crown Prince Jay, goes missing in Saral lands, throwing the Malla kingdom into chaos. Prince Amar of Padi, known for his penchant for violence, harbors desires for Malla and Meera. Suddenly, Meera is catapulted into the battle for her kingdom. If Jay is not found, the price she needs to pay is steep, her love and happiness.Coming of Age story of a royal sibling torn between love and duty.Based loosely on medieval India, this family saga of the Malla dynasty takes us through Meera's struggles, uncovering treason, royal secrets, and shattered hearts.
Reviews:I will start by saying it is a great read if you like the historical fiction genre. What I liked is that for a first-time author, there were many twists and turns, and not very predictable. Kept me wanting to continue reading and not put down the book till I finished. The book is a delicate balance of romance, thrill and culture which will attract male and female readers of various ages. You may see some influences from some of the fantasy/fiction shows on TV or books that you may have read, but she still keeps it unique. It was very relatable for me because it was about Indian culture.I love historical fiction/regency romances. I have tried different historical books in Indian settings, but this one by far was the most enjoyable. The pace was quick, it was a page-turner, and the main protagonists were very likeable.