Not You Please could be too “filmy” for most people. But if you don’t mind a simple hate-to-love teenage Indian YA romance, go for it.
Category: Contemporary Romance
How To Keep A Husband For Ten Days was fun and entertaining, and I finished it one sitting during a 7-hour train ride.
Anchored Hearts is a fun beach read if you are looking for a light read with a bit of depth. This one is a second-chance romance.
The Baker’s Man is a whimsical romantic comedy. If you are in the mood for a breezy romance with a backdrop of hunger-inducing baked goods, this is a fun pick.
If you are in search of a book filled with hope, love and a little bit of magic, then Snap Out of It is just the right book for you.
Retelling a classic like Pride and Prejudice is a humongous effort. Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors did an excellent job of imbibing the spirit of the original.
Running wild follows Marie whom we are already familiar with from the previous books of the Simple Wild Series.
Forever Wild is a quick read if you are curious about how Jonah and Calla are celebrating Christmas in their new home.
Holiday Romance is a cozy romance novel to curl up with during the festive season. It has mistle toes, chocolates, panettone (?), an airport mad dash, a cozy Christmas dinner, and a sizzling hot romance on the side.
Just for December is the perfect romance to pick up right before the holidays. It is picturesque and has an adorable love story and a little bit of self-growth and self-love.