Man of Her Match by Sakshama Puri Dhariwal | Book Review
Summary:Kicked off the team for a series of misdemeanours, Indian cricket’s bad boy Vikram Walia finally has a chance at redemption. The only problem: it involves collaborating with his childhood best friend turned sworn enemy, Nidhi Marwah.
Once a tomboy, now a gorgeous, self-assured marketing professional, Nidhi must put aside her personal dislike of Vikram and leverage his unparalleled fame and poster-boy good looks for her latest campaign.
But the ensuing battle of sardonic jibes and veiled slurs only heightens their blazing chemistry. Soon memories of their past fill their present, pulling them back to that fateful day when a heartless act destroyed their friendship.
Can Vikram and Nidhi put their stormy history behind them? Will their partnership have a second innings?
Author:Sakshama Puri Dhariwal
Publisher:Penguin Random House India
Release date:July 5th 2017
No. of Pages:Paperback, 272 Pages
The characters each had their place and fitted the book beautifully. This book was very well written and the characters had a great deal of depth. I found the descriptions/dialogues evocative. The story kept me involved the whole time. It is very good at pulling the reader in and becoming invested in the characters. The way the book is written it’s in two different perspectives its able to give a better grasp on what both characters are feeling.
The book flowed quite well and I finished it quickly. I could imagine everything clearly, which I find really important in a book. I highly recommend it and I can't wait to read to more from this author.