All I want for my birthday is … one sexy, super cop
When I was asked what I wanted for my birthday, I just put my hands. Shrugged. What did I want?
A Nice brunch?
Exploring a part of London, where I haven’t been before?
Spending the day with the ones who matter?
Yes. All good. All of the above, probably.
But, recluse that I’ve become (aka Author aka Loser), the one thing I really really wanted, was to gift myself the completed story of this sexy super cop gone rogue. The hero of book 3 in the Ruby Iyer series. If by some miracle I did manage to edit it and get it out in time for my birthday, well then, it felt as if I had confirmed my raison d’etre.
Many of you read The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer and fell in love with Vikram Roy - Ruby's super cop, gone rogue. You found him cool. Some of you found him hot. All of you found him sexy. Some even compared him to James Bond. What’s it about a man in uniform eh? No, don’t answer that. I know!
You asked for his story. So, here it is. The First Life of Vikram Roy . The book explores Vik’s story before he meets Ruby Iyer.
When Vikram’s father brings his half-brother, Vishal home, his life will never be the same again. Leaving a family in disarray, Vikram heads off to boarding school, where he finds first love and friendship; only to have the idyll shattered. His family held to ransom by a deadly mastermind hell bent on destroying Bombay, can Vikram do what it takes to save them and the city he loves? And what does Vishal know about his father’s death?
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Hope you’ll read and review Vikram’s story if you like it. As you know reviews are our life-blood :)
A near life experience told Laxmi to write. She never stopped. She’s is the creator of The Ruby Iyer Series (The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer - FINALIST Indie Excellence Awards, #1 Hot New Release Amazon Asian Lit & The Ruby Iyer Diaries), and the Amazon bestselling, eLit Gold winner The Destiny of Shaitan (Bombay Chronicles, 1). Laxmi writes while listening to electronica, and downing innumerable cups of extra sweet ginger-chai. London is where she creates. Bombay is what fires her imagination.