06 April 2022

#BookReview Play with Me by Ananth

About The Book

Sid is a successful photographer in a boutique ad agency. He is single and has everything he wants - a great job, great colleagues, free-spirited, and a hassle-free life. But if there is one thing that has eluded him - it is love. Until the gorgeous, free-spirited Cara walks into his life. The two begin a charged affair that disrupts all his notions of love and transforms the way Sid thinks about pleasure. But then something strange happens - Sid finds himself falling in love with another woman.

My Thoughts

Someone gifted this book to me, and I am sure that the person hates me. I don’t want to sound rude and I have a little bit of idea of how difficult it is to write, but I can't help to say, I just didn’t like the book.

As of the characters are concerned, Sid is so poorly written. Like the author lost all interest to develop his character.

Cara is comparatively, better written as her motivations seem to be clear about her life and her relationship with Sid, however, she has no depth.

Not come to the erotic part of the book. The sex scenes are terrible. They don’t deliver anything sexy, rather some mechanical process. If the book is erotic drama at least gives some steamy and passionate sex in the book.

There was nothing in the book that I particularly liked; I just read it and asked
me why.

Book Links

Amazon India | Amazon USA

About the Author

Anantha is Chief Executive Officer of HarperCollins Publishers India. Ananth joined HarperCollins in 2015, after having spent over 18 years at Penguin Random House, most recently as its Senior Vice President for Sales. Before publishing, he worked at a bookstore in Chennai, India, between 1992 and 1997 where he discovered his love for books.

Ananth is a published author and photographer.

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