Romance

Book Review: One Day by David Nicholls

One Day by David Nicholls begins on the 15th July 1988, the official day of collage graduates Emma Morley and Dexter Mayhew meeting for the first time. In their drunkenness, we find them in bed together, discussing what they want to achieve in life and what the future holds.

Book Review: If I Stay by Gayle Forman

The story of If I Stay by Gayle Forman is told in a serious of flash backs where we get to see that Mia is a normal teenager, living in Oregon, with a bright although conflicted future ahead of her.

Book Review: Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen was split between past Jacob, as he traveled with the circus, and present Jacob, as he reminisced on his life whilst incarcerated into a nursing home by ill-health and old age.

Book Review: All the bright places by Jennifer Niven

All the bright places by Jennifer Niven is just one of those books that is fantastically written with such poise and brilliance that it leaves the reader wanting for more.

Book Review: Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks

Shimmering with suspense and emotional intensity, Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks takes readers on a hunt for the truth about a man and his memories, and about both the heartbreaking fragility and enormous strength of love.

Book Review: P. S. I Love You by Cecelia Ahern

P S I Love You by Cecelia Ahern starts with Holley Kennedy keeping to herself a few months after the death of her husband Gerry Clarke. Holly and Gerry have been together since high school and Holly's world revolved around Gerry since then.

Book Review: I Prescribe Love by Lavnya Krishnamurthy

I Prescribe Love by Lavnya Krishnamurthy is a breezy read yet it compels reader to think of mad ways of the world. The characters are very convincing and well crafted. There are many good dialogues and quotes that I kept highlighting.

Book Review: Not A Fairytale by Monika Bharti

Not a Fairytale by Monica BhartiĀ is such a fun book to read with a fantastic couple at the centre and some wonderful side characters who never failed to entertain.

Book Review: Thank You Richa by Rima Sen

Richa and Kadhir have been friends since school. Kadhir is now a famous cricketer and Richa is an air-hostess in a well established airline company. Life is looking pretty good for Kadhir, he's happily married to Shenbaga for twelve years and a successful cricketer,

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