It’s impossible for the flower to hide from the roots about its growth or decay.
Author: Nyari Nain
Publisher: HarperCollins India
Anchor My Heart by Nyari Nain is a beautiful story of Lehar a marine engineer who is far away from her family, her love, will this distance grow her relationship? Or will it sink? Find out now.
The plot of the story is interesting with twists. The narration of the story is engaging and up to the point.
The backdrop of the life of a marine engineer is narrated beautifully. The author tried to keep the reader hooked throughout.
The way the author sequenced the events is commendable. Themes like Love, friendship, loss are used by the author. It’s a fast-paced story with a smooth flow. The writing style of the author is Lucid and gripping. The language used by the author is simple and relatable.
The characters developed by the authors are amazing. Lehar’s character had my heart, how she proved it’s all about passion. She followed her dreams rather than listening to the people around her, telling you’re a girl and you cannot do it. Even Veer’s character had all my love.
The Drama and Dialogues keep the reader invested in. With each capter, the story gets more interesting. The author conveyed a strong message here followed by a beautiful love story. The storyline of the book is amazing, the way the author expressed is wonderful.
There are many unanswered questions left by the author. I will be waiting for Part 2. I loved the cover and the title. Overall, It’s a quick and light read that You will fall in love with.
Get your copy here:
As fourth engineer on board the MV Orchid, Lehar Saxena has no time to prissy up in front of a mirror or flirt with the boys. Her chief engineer hates her guts and much like the MV Orchid, which she helps keep afloat on the journey across the violent and pirate-infested high seas, she has her own baggage: heavy with anxiety, stress and love woes. Amidst the machines, sweat and testosterone surrounding her, loom thoughts of her relationship with Sameer, always too busy at the OPD to FaceTime or even text as much as he used to. With a long-distance relationship fast approaching the maelstrom it was destined for, Lehar must focus on her work – even as Veer, the handsome second officer who recently joined the crew – proves to be a pleasant distraction. He may be just what she needs as the journey grows even longer, and far more dangerous.