Harriet Hatley is a popular and well-established wedding photographer whose notions of love are in stark contrast with her career. She simply doesn’t understand romance and hates the very idea of marriage. She has been in a steady 2-year-old relationship with her boyfriend but when he proposes marriage, she panics, eventually leading to a breakup. Now, not only Harriet is single but she also needs a place to live.
The Text God narrates a funny and light-hearted story of Jen Flanders who falls in love with an Irish lawyer assuming him to be GOD when she first starts chatting with him. Easy and effortless, the book is a cozy romance, great for a lazy afternoon or a Saturday night.
Nina Hill is a 29-year-old bookworm who loves being alone, thank you very much! She has a job at a bookstore, a cat named Phil, an awesome trivia team for the nights when she feels particularly adventurous, and a world-class planner. She plans everything in advance and absolutely hates surprises. But that’s the thing about life. It is always springing surprises on you.
Andrea Tang is a thirty-three-year-old Chinese-Malaysian woman who has a seemingly perfect life. She has an enviable job as a lawyer in a reputed law firm. She lives in a posh condo and has a string of party friends. But then, Andrea has one big problem. You see, she is the Last Tang Standing when it comes to the marriage market.
Set in the 1990s, Combat Skirts narrates the story of a bubbly and vivacious young woman, Saba Minhas. Saba has joined a law college in Calcutta, and has also enrolled herself in an army hostel (AWWA) in the city. While she had big ideas about her newfound freedom, she is disappointed upon her arrival in the city.
Stella Lane is a geek who loves Math and Economics. Good at her job, she lacks social skills and is miserable when it comes to the dating department. Single at thirty and constantly pushed by her Mom, Stella decides to take a leap of faith when hires the services of a professional escort, Michael Phan.
Expect a book that is a light and fluffy read, perfect for a lazy afternoon or a cozy night in. Expect a book that is a heartwarming summer romance. Expect a book that has a bit of drama and humour in addition to the romance. Expect a book that is lengthy but effortlessly so. Expect a book that is best suited for chick-lit and romance lovers.
Koi Good News? is a book that makes you laugh and laugh without inhibitions. With some very witty writing, a generous dose of local Punjabi influence, an informal language, relatable characters and an effortless narrative – the book is a perfect way to pass a dull afternoon or a boring night.
Vivien’s Heavenly Ice Cream Shop by Abby Clements is about ice creams, two sisters, and a great and unforgettable summer. Expect a book that is as much about finding love as it is about being together as a family. In a nutshell – expect a book that is chick-lit to its core.
The Copenhagen Affair has something of everything – it has mystery, thrill, a sense of adventure, romance, illicit relationships, and a lot of drama. But what it essentially talks about are just two things – marriage and depression. The two are interrelated in the book but at the same time, they are not.
Secret Diary of an Incurable Romantic is the story of Madhubala Ray, a thirty-year-old newly widowed woman who teaches social sciences to the students of a posh Chennai school. She lives with her seventy-year-old mother-in-law who, much to her chagrin, isn’t the chatty sorts.
Wedding Pickle will appeal to the masses but more so to the female readers. Neha’s writing style combines romance and chick-lit in an almost effortless way. Her strength as a writer lies in making the book appeal to a large number of readers with the help of a story which celebrates women and their flaws.