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Deceptive Baritone

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Sitara Menon is eager to meet the man for whom she has been carrying the torch since her teenage years. She hopes to rekindle their love and romance.
Giriraj Parapuram, one of the lead vocalists of the Benson Town Rock Band, considered music, their band and his friends his world. The last thing he wanted was to come face to face with the woman who had made him lose his fait
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Kindle Edition, 179 pages
Published December 17th 2018 by NV
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Yuva Ranjini
Jan 14, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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There are two endings truly. Part one is where they drop their play at the worst and another is when they feel hopeless. Not everyone pulls themselves together well until they meet the true ending. Sitara and Giri story is like how stars flickers and sweet darkness sweeps in.

The story follows Sitara IT Pro and Giri, a lead vocalist of Indian Band. It sets up in Denver, where two long lost soul parts their ways cause of a misunderstanding and lack of communication. Sitara pur
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Aparna
Jan 14, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

A simple misunderstanding can ruin a relationship; be it between siblings or lovers. A small misunderstanding and lack of communication can create a great rift between the two individuals.

Deceptive Baritone is a fast-paced romance with a background of a music band. Sitara aka Tara and Giri are childhood sweethearts. But lack of communication, misunderstanding and other circumstances replace the love with hatred. But will they clear the air of misunderstanding and get back their love?

I liked th
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M.V. Kasi
Jan 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I thoroughly enjoyed the love story filled with torment, angst and passion. It made me nostalgic as it reminded me of some of the Mills and Boons stories with star-crossed lovers who parted due to miscommunication and found their way back to each other for a satisfying happily-ever-after.
Arti
Jan 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Reshma has taken a simple theme of childhood sweethearts who dream of a happily ever after but fate has other plans for them. She has developed the stories and characters beautifully and it was easy for me to relate to Sitara and Giri. Even the secondary characters have been developed well.
The scenes have been described in detail and there were some scenes that I could actually picturise. Friendships and the understanding between friends has been explored well.
The language is simple and easy to
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