One Monsoon in Mumbai by Anitha Perinchery

Disclaimer: I received this book from the author. Thanks! All opinions are my own.


Book: One monsoon in Mumbai


Author: Anitha Perinchery


Book Series: Standalone?


Rating: 3/5


Diversity: Indian characters!


Publication Date: September 15, 2019


Genre: Romantic Political Thriller


Recommended Age: 16+ (politics, some mature love scenes)


Publisher: Indie Published


Pages: 344


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Synopsis: One Nerdy Hero, One Dashing Villain, One Interfering Auntie…
Life’s complicated for Seema Rawat, cyberspy.

From the files of the Intelligence Bureau:

Name: Seema Rawat

Job: Child pickpocket-turned-cyberspy

Mission: Infiltrate the suspect’s place of work and extract information from his computer.

Target: Adhith Verma, son of India’s finance minister. Handsome, charming, well-dressed.

Threat: Vikram Joshi, suspect’s boss and BFF, cybersecurity prodigy hot on the trail of the spy in their systems. Always says the wrong thing at the wrong time but has pecs and abs which can send Seema’s hormones into a Bollywood group dance.

Complication: Seema’s auntie who is determined to protect her virtue from both men.



Review: I thought this was a pretty good book. The plot is intriguing and kept me hooked throughout the book, the characters were all well developed, and the writing was pretty good.


However, I didn’t like how each character got a back story. I felt like it was too much development and I would have rather had the time put into the setting and bigger plot points, as there is a lot of information in this book and some of it did go over my head. This also focuses heavily on the romance, which isn’t for me.


Verdict: If you like political romance thrillers, this is for you!