The Last Seychelles Flame
by Medha Nagur
It’s rare that you get to review books that are short in reading yet to the point, no dragging and no lagging; Author Medha Nagur’s ‘The Last flame’ is such a book. Even though it didn’t have a unique concept or storyline but for me, the book turned out to be fun to read. With the beautiful cover, the book is total timepass.
The last Seychelles flame by Medha Nagur is a Chick-Lit fiction. This is a story of a 32 yr Girl Adrija. She is a very ambitious and talented photographer. Always ignored by her parents and kept on the sideline, Adrija decides to leave her home, against her parent’s wishes. With hardly any money, she moves to Mumbai, where she lands a dream-job. But Life ain’t that easy. She encounters her ex-boyfriend, who is very abusive. The protagonist soon gets a chance to assist an ace photographer for a photoshoot in Seychelles, where she meets Omkar. But who can question fate? She loses her dream job and is hounded by her past.
Will her love Bloom with Omkar or Ronnie her ex would destroy what little she has?
Like I said the narration is smooth. The book has the all elements of Bollywood, Mills & Boon in it to make it a time pass read. It’s the best book to read while traveling. Though a little emotion was much needed here, and the character Omkar was overshadowed by Adrija’s character, which kind of was a bit dampened. But overall it’s a nice book
Do I recommend it?
The book could be your good travel companion. And a must for the people who enjoy reading Chick-Lits.
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About the Author
Medha Nagur is anything but a stereotypical homemaker, at home full time but mostly dazzling the blog world online! A freelance blogger by profession who is now on a maternity break considers herself a chronic creative aficionado who loves painting and writing. She has recently penned an inspirational fiction, The last Seychelles flame, which is ablaze on Amazon and intends to write many more of them.
She is also at her creative best when it comes to cooking ingenious dishes to cater to the needs of her 8 years old son, 1-year-old daughter and not to mention her epicure husband. Get the glimpse of her culinary art on Instagram.
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