The Singh Family trilogy by: Nisha Sharma


” Hemdeep Singh knows exactly what he wants. With his intelligence and determination, he has what it takes to build his own legacy away from Bharat, Inc. and the empire his father created. But when his brother calls him home, Hem puts his dreams on hold once again to help save the company he walked away from. That’s when he encounters the devastating Mina Kohli in the Bharat boardroom, and he realizes he’s in for more than he had bargained.

Mina will do whatever it takes to recover control of her mother’s law firm, even if it means agreeing to an arranged marriage. Her newest case assignment is to assist Bharat in the midst of a potential takeover. It could be the key to finally achieving her goal while preventing her marriage to a man she doesn’t love–as long as her explosive attraction to Hem doesn’t get in the way.

As Mina and Hem work to save Bharat, they not only uncover secrets that could threaten the existence of the company, but they also learn that in a winner-takes-all game, love always comes out on top. “


I’ve always been a sucker for the billionaire/CEO trope but have found the genre extremely lacking when it comes to diversity. When I saw the author Lillian Lark recommend the second book to this series ( The Legal Affair ) and mentioned that Nisha Sharma had wanted to write about brown billionaires…I knew I needed to get my hands on these books!

So many billionaire romances I’ve seen and read, have mostly white characters and the love interests are usually nowhere close to being in the same social circles. Finding The Singh Family trilogy was exciting because we have two people who, on their own, are both powerful and successful!

Hem, our leading man, is the oldest of the Singh brothers. After a disagreement with his father, a few years ago, Hem left the family business to strike out on his own and start his own empire.

Mina’s mom raised her two younger brothers and build an empire (law firm) of her own. The law firm was taken from her mother when Mina was young, and the same day her mother died in a car accident. From that point on Mina would work hard to be successful and win her mother’s empire back from her scheming uncles.

I love the instant attraction between Mina and Hem. Not only do they find each other physically attractive but they’re both attracted to each other’s intelligence, drive, and success. Who wouldn’t be attracted to someone who knows what they want and will take the necessary steps to get it?

Overall I really enjoyed getting to know these characters and I look forward to seeing the other Singh brothers meet their matches and fall in love!


” Rajneet Hothi built her empire with sweat, blood, and information. She knows everything there is to know about Ajay Singh, the future CEO of Bharat, Inc., as well as how crucial he is in securing her future. But she didn’t expect the passion that burst between them the first time they went head-to-head. She’d never felt anything like it before, especially during her marriage to her soon-to-be-ex-husband. When her company is blamed for her ex’s dirty dealings with Bharat, she’s forced to prove that Ajay is no match for her in the art of business or seduction.

Ajay shouldn’t trust Raj or her company. He’s on the verge of losing everything his family has worked to achieve, but he can’t stop thinking about the breathtaking way Raj opens her mind, body and heart to him. Throwing his infamous caution to the wind, he tempts the gorgeous CEO into his bedroom and boardroom. He soon realizes he wants Raj by his side and he’s willing to fight the people he’s always protected to be with her.

When Raj and Ajay discover the source behind Bharat’s leak, they must trust each other and work together to defy the odds and save the Singh legacy. “


After finishing “The Takeover Effect” I knew I was going to love reading Raj and Ajay’s story.

I’ve always been in awe of people who have such amazing self-confidence and feelings of self-worth that they don’t shy away from really any kind of interaction. When Raj and Ajay meet there’s an instant, and mutual, attraction between them and neither one shy’s away from expressing it.

Raj is juggling her business, a divorce, and her future which means she does not have the time or inclination to start anything serious. Ajay is preparing to take over his family’s company as CEO and doesn’t have the time or patience for a relationship. Both see the other as a kindred spirit who might understand their physical needs and their aversion to anything serious.

I love that even though Raj is a very private and confident woman she’s still able to trust Ajay and slowly opens up to him. Opening up is not something that Raj comes by naturally and I loved seeing her find Ajay to be someone she could trust and be vulnerable with. I also loved seeing Ajay not back down when Raj needed to be challenged and called out.

Without giving anything away, let me just say that their first sexual encounter is freaking amazing! The instant physical attraction is just amped up more and more the closer they get and I loved every minute of it!

If you’re looking for a brown billionaire romance with an independent and confident woman who’s challenged and loved by a determined and caring man…look no further!






I’ve loved getting to know more about Nisha through her Tiktok account! Check her out! She also has some YA books as well as another adult romance [ Dating Dr. Dill ] coming out early 2022!

Published by Noelle Loves Books

Growing up, Japanese and Indigenous, it was hard to find books that showcased stories and worlds that accurately portrayed Noelle’s experiences. Fantasy quickly became her main love, as you could really be anyone, anywhere. As the years went on, and technology grew, Noelle was finally able to see more stories and authors that looked and felt like her. Noelle is open to all genre’s though she can mostly be found reading own voice, fantasy, and romance. Ratings: 5 Stars: Completely blew me away 4 Stars: Loved the story but didn't feel completely blown away by it 3 Stars: Liked the overall concept of the story but either had poor execution, had a lot of plot holes, or was written poorly 2 Stars: I struggled to understand the plot, poorly written, or just had really unlikeable characters along with a poor writing 1 Star: Horribly written, major plot holes, or extremely unlikeable characters and plots.

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