About the Author
Ankita Verma Datta is an Economics graduate from Mumbai University and is trained in advertising communication and marketing at the Xavier Institute of Management/Communication. She has spent more than a decade in the advertising industry, handling a wide range of clients from finance, insurance, education, food industry and also government sector and political campaigns, before starting her own communications consultancy in 2003. Apart from marketing and advertising, she has interests in various other fields, including curating antique Portugal houses in Goa and ‘hobby-breeding’ the exotic dog breed of Tibetan Mastiffs. An ardent nature and animal lover, she spends her time between Mumbai, Lonavala, and Goa.
Trust Me Not is her debut fiction novel and she intends to continue writing socio-political thrillers with current relevance in future too. She writes to evoke and entertain.
Crime, Thriller & Mystery
This type of genre is my first experience, and I enjoyed the book till the last page. Yup, some few minor grammar mistakes are there, but overall we can ignore that part for sure. It’s a political romance thriller that revolves around these three main characters Kunal, Reeva, and Nihaal. It’s a fitting plot with innumerable motivating angles. The typescript in the story is conventional in personality, but nowhere the biographer has rushed to veneer the plot.
The story starts with little bit slow and later it comes to the normal pace. Reeva is transferred as AVP for a new project headed by Kunaal. The romance between them is a foreseeable day by day. Conversely, their nature of the job in the work field takes them to the junctions of the political world. The innumerable features of this world are astonishing, apprehensive, and fatal. They gain to quantity up and cabaret, it’s horrible faces across. Reeva has to adhere to her feelings for Kunal remark as she retrieves herself in the center of an honest estate rip-off which has the capability to hurt incredibly prominent people. Will Reeva capable to extract it off? Is she again being capable of taking a chance to trust once again? To know more about, I would recommend thriller reader, just go through it.
Writing and Presentation: 5/5
Sticking to the genre?: yes, absolutely
Overall: 4.5/5. LOVED IT.
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