Now and Forever (Inconvenient Relations #2) by Simi K. Rao
Can Shaan and Ruhi face their biggest fears and unite together?
Shaan and Ruhi Ahuja, very much in love Indian newlyweds, discover each other in Simi K. Rao’s Now and Forever—the sassy and sexy sequel to Inconvenient Relations. After getting the scare of their lives while traveling in the Grand Canyon, Shaan and Ruhi go back home to one dilemma after another. Shaan’s job is in jeopardy, and one of Ruhi’s closest friends, Sunshine, needs her. How will Shaan and Ruhi handle life’s hurdles, while still trying to get to know each other as husband and wife? Will they be able to forsake all others and consolidate their relationship?
Inconvenient Relations (Inconvenient Relations #1) by Simi K. Rao
Trivia, Random Facts
Who says science and art cannot coexist. They can and Simi K Rao is a living example. She is a practicing physician who is also an author. Writing fiction fulfills her creative urge while her profession keep the home fires burning. She has managed to pen four books so far– Inconvenient Relations, The Accidental Wife, Milan (A Wedding Story) and her latest Now and Forever– the sequel to Inconvenient Relations. Except Milan all are works of contemporary romance written from the Indian American perspective. In the future, she hopes to take on more challenging projects. She lives in Denver, USA with her family.
Random facts about Simi in her own words
- I have a dual personality. I exist in two worlds at the same time. It can get quite confusing.
- Writing is a stress buster for me. I write for myself rather than anyone else.
- My heroines can be pig headed, rash and violent. I think they learn their traits from me.
- My stories are occasionally clichéd just like life is sometimes- banal and boring.
- My books are not just for women. Men should read them too. They can get a few pointers on what women want.
- I believe cuss words are a means of expression. Used appropriately they can be very effective.
- I also believe that at any time there are two conversations going on. The nonverbal one happens to be more interesting.
- I credit my Dad for my fondness of the written word. By giving me books instead of toys he gave me the best gift ever.
- Writing helps me stay lucid while reading blurs my cynicism—two traits vital for day to day life.
- Be warned; I’m one of the least interesting people you’ve met. So move on and forget about me. Just read my books.