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.
The Bookworm Crush is an adorable, light-hearted YA romance with the bookworm falling for the popular guy with a side of fake dating trope.
Instructions for Dancing is a beautiful story about love and the strength to endure love. It is a heartwarming coming of age tale.
Kate in Waiting is one of those YA contemporary books, that wins your heart with its sweet charm and wits.
A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow talks about change, grief, growth, hope and most importantly mañana and tea.
Are you the girl who still can’t get over that smile when you hear the song “Pehla Nasha” ? If so, then When Dimple Met Rishi is for you.
Dear Bookbugs, April had been generally kind to me but I set up a target of seven books of which I could only complete five. But I am not giving up yet. I really...
Dear Bookbugs, I hope it is not too late to post a monthly TBR. Before we go into the post, this actually reminds me of the scene from Devil Wears Prada. “Flowers...