Romance Novels

One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid Book

One True Loves | Taylor Jenkins Reid | Book Review

Emma Blair has been in love with Jesse ever since she first saw him in high school. Though Jesse takes his own sweet time to come around, eventually when they do fall in love, it is irrevocable, irreplaceable, and truly, madly, deeply kind of love. They know it in their hearts that it will last forever.
Except that it doesn’t.

The Love Hypothesis Ali Hazelwood Book

The Love Hypothesis | Ali Hazelwood | Book Review

Olive Smith is a 3rd-year Ph.D. student who doesn’t believe in long-term relationships. Olive’s best friend Anh is silently crushing on Olive’s ex. To prove to Anh that she is over him, and in a quick spur-of-the-moment decision, Olive panics and kisses the first man she lays her eyes on. As fate would have it, it turns out to be none other than Dr. Adam Carlson, a young brilliant professor, known for his moodiness.

Beach Read by Emily Henry Book Review

Beach Read | Emily Henry | Book Review

January Andrews is a romance writer who is broke and on a deadline. In the middle of writer’s block, she decides to come to a beach home. Augustus Everett is a successful literary fiction author, who happens to be January’s next-door neighbour at the beach house. They both are dealing with writer’s block when they find themselves with a writing bet!

The Fourth Kiss | Dr. Abhinav Atul | Book Review

In this book, debut novelist Dr. Abhinav Atul explores the system of arranged marriages and its perks through his protagonist Hrishi whose unfulfilled sexual desires lead him on this quest for self-discovery and physical compatibility.

You’re Stuck with Me for Life by Venuka Goyal

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 by Lauren Ho

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 by Neha Shukla Barretto

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 by Gayatri Chandrasekharan

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 by Alex Light

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 by Ekta Chandana

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.