Thursday, August 20, 2015

Scandalous Housewives in audio format!

For all those who love stories being narrated and never have the time to sit and read a book, here's the audio version of my explosive book Scandalous Housewives. Sit back and visualize the steam! And get a copy to read if you think it's good.  Always helps me write more!

The Story:

What happens when what lies between the sheets becomes the linen that is washed in public?

Sapphire Towers: just another residential high-rise in Mumbai where the humdrum routine of daily life carries on with clockwork precision. But, beneath the tranquil surface lurks a web of deceit and lies spun by a group of lonely housewives.

Gita, frustrated mother of two young daughters, longs to escape the monotony of marriage—and spice up her sex life in the most wicked fashion. 

Sarita, conservative Gujarati housewife and mother, is addicted to kinky sex and pays a dear price for it. 

Stylish working mother, Aarti, nurses an appalling secret that could end her marriage. 

And sultry ex-model Natasha, who seems to have it all, is hopelessly in love with a much younger man—the son of one of her friends.

Even as these women scramble to conceal their darkest secrets, an anonymous email is sent out to all the residents of Sapphire Towers, and has horrific consequences.

Racy and unputdownable, Scandalous Housewives: Mumbai is the first book in the sizzling new series by bestselling author Madhuri Banerjee, which  tell the stories of the unsung housewives of urban India who will go to any lengths to fulfill their deepest, darkest desires. 

Read it here:

1 comment:

ramkishan said...

I read back to back five books of yours. After reading these books my admiration for women grew manifold. It is not that I do not admire women in my life; my wife and my daughters, but it increased. Though lot has changed and changing in our society for equality of genders in all sphere but I am sure reading your books will make women more aware about her individuality without guilt and make men more sensitive.

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