Being a book reader and a writer too, it gives me immense pleasure to introduce to you a debut author Sakshama Puri Dhariwal who has come out with a fun and breezy romantic novel titled ‘The Wedding Photographer’.
Given below is a brief introduction of her book, The Wedding Photographer and a short note about the author.
It is time to shower some love and welcome her to the world of books, authors, bloggers and writing!
A delicious, breezy novel full of fun, sass, heart and wit
Penguin Books India presents
THE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER
Sakshama Puri Dhariwal
A fantastic debut with wedding, love, photography, scandal and cricket – a perfect summer read!
ABOUT THE BOOK
On a seventeen-hour-long flight, a chance upgrade to business class lands journalist Risha Kohli next to handsome young real estate tycoon, Arjun Khanna.
What’s more? Risha has been moonlighting as a wedding photographer and her next assignment is Arjun’s sister’s
wedding: the most talked-about social event of the year!
But Arjun doesn’t trust journalists and suspects that this smart, sexy and incredibly spunky
girl is only using their mutual attraction as a ploy to invade his privacy for a newspaper scoop.
And Risha, unaware of Arjun’s personal demons, is worried that this irresistible boy’s unnerving behaviour will jeopardize herbiggest professional gig so far. What follows is a rollercoaster of snarky quips, sizzling chemistry and simmering drama amidst a
Big Fat Punjabi Wedding.
Sakshama Puri Dhariwal was born in Delhi and brought up in the era of 1990s’ Bollywood music. She has an MBA in marketing from S.P. Jain, Mumbai, and has spent several
years as a brand manager in industry-leading companies like Snapdeal, Hindustan Times and Tata Teleservices. She has worked on marketing campaignsthat have won awards at Cannes, Effies and Goafest. Sakshama reads romance novels the way most people eat chocolate—fast, often, and constantly craving more. Her favourite romance writers are Judith McNaught, Julie James, Sarah MacLean, and closer home, Anuja Chauhan. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and their Netflix subscription. TheWedding Photographer is her first novel.