Romance

Book Review: Married to Mr Nightmare by Aakriti Srivastava

'Married to Mr. Nightmare' was honestly an amazing read. Mayra, Rehan, and their relationship are all so honestly and openly written and shown that there is no other way for us to feel. Even though its counterintuitive, I can't help but feel that their relationship is one of the most beautiful, complex, and emotional ones.

Book Review: First Love by Sheeja Jose

First Love by Sheeja Jose was my blackout read and it served its purpose incredibly well. I was utterly absorbed by this story of Tina – much more than I ever expected to be. This book reminded me that I am a closet romantic and I really do enjoy romance when it’s done well.

Book Review: Love Story of a Commando by Swapnil Pandey

Love story of Commando is clean, classic romance, adventure and thrill tied in a package with a sweet ending. It's not just a regular romance book that we read, It's a of a girl in love with a commando in extraordinary situations.

Book Review: Finding Myself by Nandini Dhanani

Completely compelling from the very first page Finding Myself is a beautifully written novel by Nandini Dhanani; an authentic and intriguing family drama that had me completely hooked.

Book Review: Invisible Ties by Nadya A R

Invisible Ties by Nadya A R is an incredible, heart-breaking read that really messes with your mind until the very end. The writing, while not for everyone I'm sure, had me mesmerized.

Book Review: The Forty Rules Of Love by Elif Shafak

The Forty Rules of Love is a delightful entanglement of two narratives – one set in the contemporary times with Ella, a housewife as the protagonist.  Hers is a story of lost love and hope, till she finds herself changed because of a book she must read as a part of her new job’s obligations.

Book Review: Just The Two Of Us by Shubham Kulkarni

'Just The Two Of Us' tells about the darker side of love. It states that not every story is enough fortunate to have a happy end, some take implausible ways towards the end.

Book Review: When The Chief Fell in Love By Tuhin A Sinha

When The Chief Fell In Love began with Vihaan studying in Hindu College, New Delhi in 1990. He first saw Zaira Bhat, who studies in Indraprastha College, at poetry competition of College Festival and immediately fall in love. It was love at first site and one-sided. Zaira wasn’t ready to accept Vihaan as her love interest.

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