Sunday, 15 June 2014

Review: Winds of Change by @ZeeMonodee #romance #NewRelease

 The Blurb

To be with him feels like playing Russian roulette blindfolded all while knowing she bet from borrowed lease. Can something this wrong be....right?

Neha Hemant has always been called the neutral one–like sensible Switzerland. She’s never rocked the boat, and has always done everything expected from her, an Indo-Mauritian woman.

So where’s the fulfillment, the sense of completion...?

And worse, why does she find this feeling of coming home with a man totally not right for her? She’s a widow with three teenage children, and Logan Warrington is a reformed bad boy, and her boss.... He shouldn’t have the power to make her burn, make her yearn and wish for nothing more than damning the consequences, not when she has lived her whole life trying to do what society expected of her.

As the winds of change blow on Neha’s life, could the time have come for her to step out of her bubble, and live for the moment, and herself?

My Review

After completing this third book in the Island Girl series I can rest content and not seek more. Although there were a few secondary characters in there that I wouldn’t mind Ms. Monodee creating stories about.

Neha Hemant turned out to be a better person than I had experienced her to be in book one. The reason for her behavior became clear in book three. Ms. Monodee knows how to keep a reader on their toes. When I thought one thing would happen a totally different thing came to pass. Then another shocker was thrown into the work.

Logan Warrington stole my heart while making me want to get in the ring with him to kick his behind.  A multifaceted, sometimes difficult, man that intrigued me almost as much as he had Neha.  Sparks flew between them from the first time they’d met, igniting in a passionate haze. Wonderful.

It was great to catch up with Lara and Diya and their husbands. I didn’t realize how much I’d missed the two couples and their wonderful stories. This book can be read as a standalone, but I highly recommend books one and two.

I give this book five out of five chocolate bars and a request for one more  book in the series.

I was given a copy of this book for an honest review. Actually I harassed the author for an early read of the book and she gave in.

Find it at Amazon.


  1. Love Zee's cover and the book sounds wonderful.

  2. Thank you both, Nana & Cathrina!!! :)

    1. No. Thank you for writing such a wonderful story.

  3. I love the cover too. Sounds like a series to start from the beginning.

    1. You don't have to, but the beginning is just as wonderful as the end of the series, and the middle is fabulous.


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