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Why You Should Swipe Right on “Love Swipe Blackmail

In a world where Indian suspense thriller novels are as plentiful as samosas at a wedding, why should you swipe right on “Love Swipe Blackmail“? Well, if you’re tired of the same old chai and chaat routine and craving a spicy twist, this book is your perfect masala mix.

Firstly, let’s talk about Indian thriller authors. They have a knack for blending everyday life with extraordinary twists, much like making a perfect masala chai. And Nitish Bhushan is no different. He’s taken the mundane world of online dating and spiced it up with enough suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat. Imagine a Tinder date that doesn’t end in awkward silence or ghosting, but in blackmail. Now that’s a story worth swiping for!

“Love Swipe Blackmail” is not just another entry in the Indian suspense novels genre; it’s a roller coaster ride through the digital love jungle. Our protagonist navigates through the murky waters of online romance, only to find himself entangled in a web of deceit and danger. It’s like your worst online dating nightmare, but way more entertaining and without the awkward small talk.

Nitish Bhushan, one of the rising stars among Indian thriller authors, has crafted a tale that’s both relatable and thrilling. His characters are as vibrant as a Holi festival, each with their quirks and secrets. You’ll find yourself rooting for the protagonist while wondering if you should delete your own dating apps—just to be safe.

But what truly sets “Love Swipe Blackmail” apart from other Indian suspense novels is its humour. Bhushan’s wit shines through the suspense, making you laugh out loud even as you bite your nails in anticipation. It’s a rare treat to find a book that can balance humour and tension so effortlessly.

So, why should you read “Love Swipe Blackmail“? Because it’s not just a book; it’s an experience. It’s the kind of story that makes you rethink your Tinder bio and maybe even your life choices. Plus, it’s always fun to read about someone else’s dating disasters, especially when they’re laced with blackmail and suspense. So go ahead, swipe right on this novel—you won’t regret it!

Nitish Bhushan’s note: Anju Nagpal is the author of this blog! She is the first beta reader of Love Swipe Blackmail. Her inputs helped me sharpen the narrative in my novel. I cannot thank her enough for her contribution to Love Swipe Blackmail and this blog!

PS: Mahima is Anju’s arch frenemy, and has listed Five Hilariously Good Reasons to Not Read “Love Swipe Blackmail

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