Expect a book that features a rather unusual romantic pair – A King crab fisherman and a Hollywood production assistant. Expect a friends-to-lovers story that is set in the small sea town of Westport in the American state of Washington.
Mooncircles: As the Night Unravelled | S and G Escapes | Book Review
“Love is a miracle, and miracles happen through love. We are here to experience and spread only joy and love. Anything that comes in the path of love and divine success should be destroyed without fear or guilt” – these words succinctly sum up the evocative story of Mooncircles.
You’re Stuck with Me for Life | Venuka Goyal | Book Review
Neeti and Ronit are two people leading two completely different lives. Their tastes, desires, hobbies, dreams, aspirations, and ambitions are all different. What do they have in common, you ask? Well, absolutely nothing!
And yet they decide to tie the knot. Not because they want to, but because given their inexplicable circumstances, they have to reach a compromise.
Last Tang Standing | Lauren Ho | Book Review
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.
Victor Maze | Neha Shukla Barretto | Book Review
When Tina and Victor first met as strangers, none of them ever imagined that their lives would become intertwined forever. But as was bound to happen, Victor and Tina ended up falling truly, madly, and irrevocably in love with each other. The only thing. Their love story was never meant to be.
Bangalored | Gayatri Chandrasekharan | Book Review
James Rutherford is on a work-related trip to India. He expects to encounter work issues and cross-cultural struggles but what truly bowls him over is a quirky, bold, and opinionated Indian girl – Radha Iyer. To cut things short, James ends up getting ‘Bangalored’ by her.
The Upside of Falling | Alex Light | Book Review
Becca is seventeen and a nerd. After her parents’ messy divorce and her dad’s estrangement, her belief in love and dating is gone. Brett is one of those popular guys. Dashing, charming, captain of the football team, whom everyone wants to be friends with. When he overhears Becca’s conversation about a mystery guy, he decides to jump in, and reveal himself as that mystery guy.
You Don’t Love Me, The Way I Love You | Ekta Chandana | Book Review
Aarav the college heartthrob has his eyes set on Shreya. Unfortunately for him, Shreya is a girl not given to flirting and dating. When because of Aarav’s persistent efforts to woo her, Shreya finally falls for him, she falls hard and falls fast. Soon, Shreya finds herself truly, deeply, madly, and irrevocably in love with him.
A Rogue’s Love Diary | Krish Gangadharan | Book Review
Chandran Ramachandran aka Chandru is a seemingly innocent middle-class young man who falls head over heels in love with the college sweetheart Devi. Devi is dainty, sincere, and warm, the daughter of yet another middle-class family who has high ambitions and hopes from life.
The Kiss Quotient | Helen Hoang | Book Review
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.
Just Another Complicated Story | M.K. Aarnik | Book Review
“Just Another Complicated Story” is a must-read for the parents of teenagers who want their children to get in the race of being engineers and earn lakh rupees packages in five years. This book is a must-read for the siblings of engineering students or those who aspire to be.
World’s Best Husband | Nandita Saini | Book Review
The main objective of Nandita Saini’s World’s Best Husband is to break gender stereotypes and bring about a change in societal norms. Another thing worth appreciating is how the book will easily relate to any Indian woman. The journey of Nandini is inspiring and relatable.