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#Ebook Promotion offer for Destiny's Girl

Time flies, doesn't it? Summer is already upon us and the temperatures are set to soar. It was only in February this year that I launched my book Destiny's Girl on Amazon. The response from readers has been overwhelming. Amazon Kindle Unlimited readership has soared to 95,000 (page reads) in this short period and I can't thank my readers enough. 
So here's a "hot" offer for those who haven't read the book yet. For a limited period, the ebook will be available for a discounted price of $0.77 on Amazon.com and INR 50 on Amazon.IN. But hurry, offer ends soon!
Still undecided? Check out what new readers have to say about the book. 
***** Maya desires revenge. Krish desires freedom from an overbearing business magnate of a father. Love is not the first among their list of priorities. But destiny brings them together. Adite's writing had a mellifluous flow where you can neither keep the book down, nor are you starved of the smallest detail that adds color to the story. Must read if you are love romance stories with strong characters. - Amazon Reviewer.
***** I have read all the books by Adite and I found this story the best one. It has all the ingredients to keep one turning the pages. And I just love the cover. A recommended read for all romance lover. -- Amazon Reviewer.

**** I came across the book on a writer's group on Facebook. It has been a while since I read a mills and boon-style book, but this was definitely worth the time and the money spent! It was the cover that caught my attention because as far as I have seen, most M&B stories focus on the male and the female. The author's decision to use this as her cover has paid off. For starters, I could not put it down from beginning to end. Both the lead characters Maya and Krish were developed with an incredible skill throughout the book. The sizzling tension and sexual chemistry between the two was quite captivating.-- Goodreads Reviewer.
So, hurry and grab Destiny's Girl at an unbeatable price: 
Hope you enjoy the read. If you do, please, please, please leave a review. Have a great summer ahead! 


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