Mistress Of Honour Book Review


MISTRESS OF HONOUR BOOK REVIEW Inspired by real-life stories of Indian Army soldiers, MISTRESS OF HONOUR by Bhaavna Arora is a story of love, war, lust, life, fate, and pride. When Potnis, a captain in the Indian Army, meets Pansy during Operation Blue Star, he knows he has found the love of his life. Their passionate romance leads them to the altar and blossoms into a beautiful child, Rihana. History repeats itself when Advik, a wayward boy from a broken family, catapults into Rihana’s heart as smoothly as he conquers the skies as an Indian Air Force pilot. What follows is a night of unabashed love, transporting the couple to heavenly bliss. Where will their unbridled love lead them? Will Rihana remain a mistress to Advik, for whom the love for his country comes first, or will she be able to make a place in his heart that is second to none? This heartbreaking saga of love, courage, and sacrifice will leave you asking for more.

Mistress of Honour is not a regular piece of cake, it is the epic Fruit cake which will give you a sweet, bitter, spicy and heavenly taste of LIFE. Bhaavna Arora yet again delivered a “BEST SELLER”.

It will leave you in tears, with a question in the heart – Is it a happy ending or a sad one? The characters and the locations are so well described that you get a feel of your presence in the story. From the details of deadly wars to the details of love making, it will leave your body and soul touched. Mistress of Honour will make you blush, laugh and cry at the same time. The story moves in a single flow with each moment connecting the other. You can feel the emotions what the Indian Army soldiers and their families must have felt. Bhaavna Arora’s words won my heart, will love to read more from her in future. Mistress of Honour is a MUST READ!! RATING: 5/5

AUTHOR: Bhaavna Arora

PUBLISHER: Penguin Random House FORMAT: Paperback / Kindle LENGH: 208 pages LANGUAGE: English GENRE: Romance

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Bhaavna Arora is the bestselling author of The Deliberate Sinner and Mistress of Honour. Before her foray into writing, she was heading a business school as a director. She also trains students and professionals on leadership, and holds two management degrees. A fourth-generation army kid, Bhaavna is a true patriot. She enjoys reading, travelling, swimming, horse riding and playing sports, and has a fancy for big bikes and cars. MORE BOOKS BY BHAAVNA ARORA

Undaunted: Lt. Ummer Fayaz of Kashmir


9 May 2017. Lt. Ummer Fayaz was brutally murdered by armed militants in Kashmir while he was back home, attending a wedding in the family. The death sent a nation into shock and immortalized the memory of a young man with a conviction beyond his years.

In his brief, inspiring life, Ummer joined the army to set an example and galvanize fellow Kashmiris to move beyond the cycle of violence that unrest in the state had forced them into.

Deeply researched and told with feeling, Undaunted is the extraordinary story of an extraordinary life.

Ummer epitomizes ‘Kashmiryat’ in its truest sense and will go down in the history as a hero who chose to serve the nation, against all odds.

- General Bipin Rawat. Chief of the Army Staff

Bhaavna Arora's deep field research on the life and times of young Lt. Ummer Fayaz, not without its inherent dangers, reveals just what are the aspirations of most young Kashmiris.

- Lt. Gen. Ata Hasnain. Former Military Secretary of the Indian Army

A soul-stirring book.

- Lt. Gen. Satish Dua. GOC 15 Corps during the Surgical Strikes and execution of Burhan Wani

Bhaavna has truthfully conveyed all she witnessed, and in this lies the real value of the book.

- Lt. Gen. D.S. Hooda. Northern Army Commander during the Surgical Strikes

Ummer is an icon for our warriors and children.

- Maj. Gen. G.D. Bakshi. Army Historian

It’s a must-read for all Indians who care about Kashmir, it's future, and for those Kashmiris who refuse to be cowed down by terror threats when it comes to serving their country.

- Neeraj Kumar. Former Commissioner of Police, Delhi. The man behind the Nirbhaya arrests and conviction

This book has the potential to make many Lt. Ummmer Fayazs.

- Major D.P. Singh. India’s first blade runner and Kargil war hero

This book is a plea for hope. Without stating the obvious, it is a cry for Kashmir, a prayer for young Kashmiris to take a deep look at who their heroes should be.

- Major Gaurav Arya. Defense Analyst

I am particularly struck by the lengths to which Bhaavna has gone to render an authentic account of Kashmir, its life, and the life of army men posted there.

- Major Surendra Poonia. President Awardee, Special Forces Veteran


Love Bi the Way


Rihana is a painter who is trying to find inspiration in love. Zara is a businesswoman trying to make a niche for her company in a male-dominated world. Rihana is fire, Zara is ice; Rihana is openly sensual, while Zara is more cautious with her heart—they are opposites that attract. They are different people bound together by their house—‘Cupid’—and their pet golden retriever, Tiger.


As both of them navigate their fulfilling careers and try to leave behind troubled pasts, they find solace in each other. But Tiger’s not the only male in their lives. Rihana finds herself a string of sexy men, while Zara emerges out of her shell and meets an actual prince who sweeps her off her feet. But can these relationships last? And what road will they take when love happens bi the way?


The Deliberate Sinner


Is there an acid test to gauge the success of a relationship?


Is it right to carry on in an unhealthy relationship with no conjugal bliss, or look for an alternate path?


Rihana is an adventurous and free-spirited girl until she marries Veer, an eligible bachelor who comes from a wealthy family. While they appear 'happily married', their strong personalities are at odds. Veer, for the most part, is insensitive to Rihana’s physical and emotional needs, straining the relationship and leaving her feeling incomplete.


Caught between the devil and the deep sea, Rihana has to now decide whether to walk out of her marriage and be a victim of society's ridicule or compromise on her physical needs, which for her are the foundation for a healthy marital bond.


Can they work out their differences? Will Veer give her what she desires, or push her to do something desperate and scandalous?