Will The Activist Anusha and The Capitalist Jai ……………….ever be able to find common ground?
This book pits two passionate and fiery protagonists against each other, locked in battle over Rasa Vihar, a heritage art-deco landmark building in Chennai, an enjoyable and heart-warmingly romantic read.
“I’m not drunk – just a litt-le high.”
On a magical moonlit night, Jai and Anusha meet and fall in love.
When they meet again however, they discover that Jai is the crass capitalist developing Rasa Vihar, the heritage building that Anusha and her NGO are fighting to protect.
Inevitably they clash, with neither willing to concede to the other.
The problem is that although publicly they are enemies, in private, they are wildly attracted to each other – but when secrets and betrayals enter the equation – things really begin to get out of control.
Will the Activist and the Capitalist ever be able to find common ground?
Now for the cover………..
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Vibha Batra is an advertising consultant, author, poet, lyricist, and columnist. Her published books include: Sweet Sixteen (Yeah, Right!), Seventeen and Done (You Bet!), Eighteen and Wiser (Not quite!)—a young adult trilogy published by Penguin—Ishaavaasya Upanishad, a translation of her grandfather, Shri Vishnu Kant Shastri’s book published by Rupa Publications, a poetry collection titled Tongue-in-cheek and a collection of short stories titled A Twist of Lime. She has also contributed short stories (Indian Voices, Happy Birthday to Me, Urban Shots Love Collection, Down the Road, City of Gods, Vanilla Desires, 9.69 seconds, Chicken Soup) and poems (Dance of the Peacock, Suvarnarekha, 20-20) to several national and international anthologies and written for various magazines.