Set in mediaeval India and it’s a political backdrop, the book ‘Heir: End of Innocence’ published by Invincible Publishers amalgamates erotica with historical fiction, culminating it into an engaging read.
The backdrop of the story is based on Princess Padmakishori’s life, somewhere in 50 AD, and her destiny which demanded her to sacrifice her happiness and dreams of a complete life filled with passion, happiness, and love. To save her kingdom, she is forced to marry someone much older than her, around four times her age.
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Drama is set along the lines of politics, power play, and the predicaments for the woman, which makes the book unputdownable. The book puts up intriguing questions like, ‘Would she rebel against the verdict of fate and become the Queen she was never meant to be?’, ‘To what extent would Padmakishori go to fulfil her desires?’, ‘Or, will she accept the compromise for the sake of her father and husband?’ and keeps the reader on toes throughout.
The author of the book, Naseha Sameen is a native of the old-millennium city, Cuttack. She provides realistic strategies to corporate for a living and is an illustrated author with her past books like that of Ruby Drops, an Amazon Best Seller in poetry. Her book, Heir – End of Innocence is a winner of Author Page awards for Best Debut and Best Woman Writer. It has been published by one of the leading book publishing companies, Invincible Publishers.