Nights in Pink Satin: A sexually charged story that will leave you asking for more
New Delhi: Summer is here to stay for a while and the ones who don't want to roam around in this sultry weather can entertain themselves with some light reads. And one of them is 'Nights in Pink Satin' by Anita Shirodkar.
The book is based on a story of a pretty girl Simran Dandekar, daughter of a construction magnate from Nagpur. The humble and grounded Dandekar, respecting wishes of her parents, marries Siddharth Raichand of another business family. But the married life ahead for her is full of surprises; a struggle to get recognition and respect.
One part of the story revolves around the personal life of Dandekar when she came to know about that her husband Siddharth Raichand married her due to family pressure. And another one revolves around the secret life of Simran, where she aims to be a writer and finally comes out with an erotica based on a cougar about her mother-in-law's closest friend.
How she wins her husband's love, how she pursues her passion for writing, how she deals with the fame of being a bestseller writer and how she actually becomes Mrs Raichand is the story to look out for!
The book deals with the problems of an elite family. The insecurities and fantasies of those, who are envied by ordinary people.
The story of the book is a total fiction but the characters and their traits make them much more real. Seems they are drawn from the real life socialites, which one can easily relate to.
The best part of the book is that it will surprise you with its high dramatic quotient. It is something similar to a daily TV soap, based on a sophisticated elite class family that keeps you hooked to television sets.
Author Anita has beautifully narrated two stories parallely. The narration is so clear that the stories don't clash. In fact they keep you hooked to the book till the end. The intimate scenes between Simran and her husband Siddharth are written elegantly, that leave you in a tizzy.
'Nights in Pink Satin' is author's second book after 'Secrets and Second Chances' and like the first one - 'Nights in Pink Satin' won't let you go, until you finish it reading.