If the Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopian fiction, the story of Hannah is more jarring because this used to be a reality at some point of time.
Category: Women’s fiction
Love You Life is a cutesy, escapist love story that most of us need this year. If you’re a devoted citizen in the Sophieland, this book is your VIP invitation to the prime annual event in the country.
Bea Schumacher and her journey of love is a glimpse into the complex world of modern dating with the touch of reality TV.
All Stirred Up is your pick for a comfort reading. It is soothing, pleasant and romantic like a nicely baked.
We Are Family is a one time read which explores familial relationships and how it shapes our own personalities. This is definitely not a quick read. So pick it, if you have plenty of time to read about family drama and dealing with trauma.
Media Queen is a glimpse at the life of Jordyn Fairweather, the fashion magazine editor. This is a fun read if you are interested in content creation, in general.
Take a Hint, Dani Brown is a swoon worthy romance read. It is hot, charming and adorable all in one package.
Of Literature and Lattes is a follow up book to the Printed Letter Bookshop. It is a book about community and people coming together for each other.
If you love reading a book about relationships, grief, loss, personal struggle and a little bit of romance, pick Beach Read.