I’m not a big fan of romance genre but I had liked the author’s earlier work, so picked this up to read.Continue reading “Book Review: Meant to be Together, by Faraaz Kazi”
Some nights, sleep evades me. I usually turn to my comfort reads on such days but for some reason, I chose to borrow this book from Kindle Unlimited to read. Perhaps the editor’s name helped the choice.Continue reading “Book Review: Love Stories, edited by Ruskin Bond”
It’s quite interesting when familiar characters return to a familiar setting but with a new story set to unfold. That’s kind of what happens in this book, though there is, I feel, a familiarity to some parts of this novel in that story too.Continue reading “Book Review: When Our Worlds Meet Again, by Aniesha Brahma”
When you read the second book of an author, there is an expectation that it’ll be at least as good as the first, if not better. Though I didn’t know what the story of this book would be, I knew what I expected was a good story. That was something I got with Kavipriya’s first book.
Romance is a genre I do not read much. Over the past few years, this novel had been recommended by many friends. But I hadn’t taken it up for reading. When a new friend expressed her admiration for the novel very strongly, somehow I felt drawn to it. The cover art too appealed to me. I bought the book without much thought and started on it.