Annika loves her travel-heavy lifestyle. Her world is arranged just the way she wants it to be. Unfortunately, all the travelling and working in remote places isn’t exactly conducive to a long term relationship. But, when she impulsively blurts out to her parents that she has a boy friend … she needs to produce one.
Enter Rav, Annika’s childhood nemesis turned handsome entrepreneur. He needs someone to pretend to be his partner for a business thing. It’s the perfect arrangement. It’s almost a shame it has to end, really…
I enjoyed reading The Love Arrangement. Annika is driven and stubborn. Rav is wonderfully intense. I loved the way the family navigated the Indian and British parts of themselves. I especially liked the way Annika’s siblings tease her. I also liked how their interactions as children led her to think of Rav as this pain-in-the-bum nemesis and for Rav to think of her as aloof and unattainable.
I had a great time reading this book. I received a review copy from the publisher via Netgalley. This is my honest review.
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