When a video of Suhana dancing in her own home goes viral, the first thing she does is panic. Suhana got out of a loveless marriage and is trying to prove to her ex-husband that she can live her life without him or the money she got as part of the divorce. She had been a housewife all along, but now she is trying to rebuild her life. However, life throws her a wrench in the form of a viral video—a video that creates a sensation on the internet.
Samyan is her elderly neighbor’s son who is staying at his mother’s place while she is away, and Suhana keeps bumping into him wherever she goes. His very looks instigate new thoughts and sensations within her that she tries to ignore because of the man she thinks he is. But, when he helps her in the direst of situations, she finds out more about him and starts to feel a connection to him.
Dance with Me is a sweet, light-hearted and passionate love story with a happy ending.
Note: This is a standalone romance with content recommended for mature readers.
My Review: 

This book made me angry.

Yes, it did bring up the social problem of young uneducated women being married off to NRIs and then finding themselves left at the mercy of their husbands and a social situation that is alien.  On top of that if the protagonist is shy and introverted, it leaves her with a low self esteem.

While it has all of P.G.Van’s usual blend of good language, great characters and nuances, and holds you to the end, I did not agree with the path taken to get a woman to realise her self worth.

 “She was a stay – home mother, and the thought of people watching her on their screens made her feel exposed”.

“She gasped wrapping her hands around her midriff feeling like she was standing nude in front of everyone who was viewing the videos.” 

These are excerpts from the book. And this is what someone who loves her does to her?


That is not my idea of love even if he means well. There are better ways of telling a woman that she is worthy than invading her privacy and making her feel violated.

And for that alone, though everything else was great, I cannot give it more than three stars.

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About the author
P.G. Van published her first novel of The Pure Destiny Series in October 2015 and cannot stop writing. She loves to spend time with family and is a strong believer of retail therapy (mostly shops for boots and purses!!). She enjoys giving her readers an escape to the world of love and romance.

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