Unveil the secrets lurking behind the pristine façades of ‘Dirty Laundry.’ In this gripping narrative, even the seemingly insignificant characters harbor concealed truths, as a shocking murder disrupts their perfect lives. Meet Ciara, the neighborhood’s Queen Bee, Lauren, the unpretentious mother, and Mishti, the fish out of water, as they grapple with the complexities of motherhood, marriage, and scandal. Get ready for a whirlwind of suspense and revelations in this tale of unraveling lives.
Elsie Hannaway is a theoretical physicist. She also has Type 1 Diabetes, but her insurance doesn’t pay for her medical costs. Because of this, she ends up working for a fake dating app to make extra money. Elsie makes it to the last stage of her dream job, but she finds herself clashing with Jack Smith, an experimental physicist who happens to be the older brother of her favorite client.
Meet Sneha Talwar, the ambitious young reporter with a penchant for idealism. Her latest assignment? To profile the fascinating Natasha Babani, an environmental activist and multi-talented mommy-influencer. But just as Sneha gears up to uncover Natasha’s extraordinary tale, a shocking twist disrupts her plans—Natasha’s lifeless body is discovered, gently floating in the very lake she fought so hard to restore.
Breasts and Eggs offers a compelling depiction of the modern female experience in Japan, delving into the personal odysseys of three women as they navigate societal pressures and confront their own inner struggles in pursuit of genuine contentment and self-determined destinies. The narrative revolves around Natsu, a thirty-year-old woman, her elder sister Makiko, and Makiko’s daughter, Midoriko.
Ali Hazelwood, the brilliant author of the bestselling novel, The Love Hypothesis, has once again left us spellbound with her latest literary creation, Loathe to Love You. This time, Hazelwood brings to life a collection of three novellas, each featuring powerful women in STEM.
As we dive into the world of Loathe to Love You, we are introduced to a trio of the closest of friends, each of whom is an engineer by profession. Despite their intelligence and success, these women have a shared disdain for the notion of love.
Have you ever wondered what could happen if you accidentally slipped into someone else’s shoes, quite literally? Imagine how drastically your life could change in an instant.
Nisha Cantor leads an ultra-luxurious life, travelling all around the world, and living a life that millions can only dream of. Until one day, when her husband drops the bombshell of divorce and decides to completely cut her off. On the other hand, Sam Kemp’s life is feeling very stagnant. She is struggling in every way, until one day she accidentally takes Nisha’s gym bag.
The storyline revolves around the character of Nanki and her husband Dhruv who reside with Nanki’s maternal grandfather, Nanu, in urban India.
Set in the days of the Covid-19 pandemic, 3…2…1… Jump is a tale of resilience that is bound to attract attention and inspire readers who will resonate with the awful times that we have been through together as the human race in the recent past.
I love drama, and what better way to serve drama than an entertaining, contemporary, and light-hearted story that revolves around three generations of Indian women? If this doesn’t get you curious enough, then there is also lots of ambition, a sad heartbreak, a heart-warming love story straight from the 1960s, an impromptu relocation to Bombay, and a dangerously sexy young man Zain Rajan. Now that I am sure that I have your attention, let me present to you Riva Razdan’s The Naani Diaries, a book that I thoroughly enjoyed and I am sure you would too.
When young Tamara ends up marrying Mike Mitchell, she never believes her luck. Having come from a humble background and with no decent education, Tamara could have never imagined that someone as rich, handsome, and sophisticated as Mike would ever become her husband. Mike is not just the perfect gentleman but also the perfect husband, the most caring, loving, and kind. But Tamara’s steady and guarded world is shattered when she discovers that Mike is cheating on her.
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.