The Right Kind Of Wrong ~ Shilpa Suraj

Aria Dubey is a surgeon who has worked very hard to excel in her profession. One night, when she is on duty, a mysterious patient is brought in. A patient with no name and no medical history, multiple gunshot wounds and protected by six burly men. Aria doesn’t know who the patient is or why he was shot, but she feels a strange connection with him. So does the patient, Karan Bhatnagar. All Karan is focussed on is vengeance, but he cannot help being attracted to Aria. But those who shot Karan, still want to silence him, and now with their mutual attraction, Aria too, is in danger. Who wants to kill Karan and why? Will Karan and Aria unmask the villain? Will they unlock their hearts to each other?

The chemistry between Aria and Karan is sizzling. Their attraction for each other makes you believe in them as a couple, their feelings for each other, palpable. The action is fast-paced, without the mandatory blood and gore. The villain when unmasked surprises you and you never anticipated it. In quite a few books, the twist seems contrived, but this book avoids the pitfall and succeeds in satisfying the reader. The emotional angle has been handled very well, without falling into unnecessary melodrama. Aria’s uneasy relationship with her mother, where they both don’t understand each other has been written very well. The sequence with tea and white saree is pure gold. Karan’s past has been portrayed with sensitivity.

One thing that stands out in all Shilpa Suraj’s books is the humour. Her dialogues are witty with just a hint of snark in them. The initial interactions between Aria and Karan in the hospital, are chuckle worthy with the repartees flying fast and swift. Aria’s nicknames for the security guards based on their physical characteristics make you smile. And the best part? The Elephant in pink tutu is back, and this time the elephant is doing polka!!

Author Shilpa Suraj has written highly successful breezy romances ( like my favourite Kapoor Brothers series). She has shifted gears and come up with a romantic thriller this time. For an author to balance two genres is a tricky job. You need to have sizzling chemistry between the characters to keep romance readers happy. You also need to have fast-paced action to keep the thrill-seekers entertained. The author manages to balance both quite well. There is never a dull moment while reading the book. So if you have a few hours on hand and are in the mood to read a book with action, comedy, romance, emotion and an elephant doing the polka, do pick up The Right Kind Of Wrong!


Read on ahead for the blurb of the book

He’s dangerous, damaged and doomed but he’s hers…

With no name, no medical history, multiple gunshot wounds and enough security to rival the Prime Minister’s, Dr Aria Dubey’s new patient is something more than she asked for. And everything she might just need.

Intelligence Officer Karan Bhatnagar has only vengeance on his mind. Nothing will stop him from seeking justice for his murdered parents. Not even almost losing his own life. And certainly not the doctor who healed but couldn’t save him. The woman he can’t afford to fall for. And the killer’s next target.

There’s only one thing left to do…find the killer and end him before he ends them. Will Karan and Aria risk everything for a love that is all kinds of wrong? And yet, is the right kind of wrong.


You can check out the book on Amazon and Goodreads.


You can also check out my reviews for the books in The Kapoor Brother’s saga series :Love, Marriage and Other Disasters, Love,Truth And Taking Chances, Love,Scandal and Second Chances.


About the Author:

Shilpa Suraj wears many hats – corporate drone, homemaker, mother to a fabulous toddler and author. An avid reader with an overactive imagination, Shilpa has weaved stories in her head since she was a child. Her previous stints at Google, in an ad agency and as an entrepreneur provide colour to her present day stories, both fiction and non-fiction.
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8 thoughts on “The Right Kind Of Wrong ~ Shilpa Suraj

  1. I have also seen the review of Hashita Nanda on – “Love, truth, and taking chances” (the Kapoor brothers #2)by Shilpa Suraj and observed that in the present case the preciseness of the quality of review has further improved in terms of fairness that has been communicated with lucid expressions. She has also achieved excellence in all respect and deserves highest appreciation.
    Dr S,K,Nanda

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