TWELVE HOURS OF TEMPTATION
TWELVE HOURS OF TEMPTATION (2) by Shoma Narayanan: Tasked with restructuring his company’s latest advertising acquisition, Samir Razdan becomes attracted to Melissa D’Cruz, a talented young copywriter. It isn’t long before an intoxicated Melissa sleeps with her boss. But it will be up to Samir to convince her that they deserve more than a one-night stand. With their differing religions and social strata, can their relationship withstand the world outside of the bedroom? A poorly executed plot with forced chemistry, slow to develop conflict and too many secondary characters make this story challenging for readers to engage with.