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Red, White & Royal Blue – A book review

I know the times are hard and troubling and we bookworms are trying to escape the pressure of the...
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Kiss Quotient, The – A book review

I hope y'all still believe in "better than late never", because I am talking about a book that...
Book Review: Lola and the Boy Next Door

Book Review: Lola and the Boy Next Door

caI quickly needed a short and sunny read to wash out the bad after taste of the last book I read, and I picked out 'Lola and the Boy Next Door on an impulse. I had wanted to read the Anna and the French kiss before this book, being the first of the series and all,...

Book Review: Dark Places

Book Review: Dark Places

I just realized there are few authors that I fall in love right from their first book that I can lay my hands on, and then they go on to make me stay in love (unlike the people in real life, but that is a story for another time), with every one of their other books. I...

Book review: Rose Madder

Book review: Rose Madder

I should start first off, saying I was not a huge fan of Stephen King's. Believe it or not, I have been having a half read Four Past Midnight for almost 5 years now in my bookshelf. Call me weak heart (people have), but I graciously passed chances of getting...

Book Review: And the Mountains Echoed

Book Review: And the Mountains Echoed

I just have to begin with I love Khaled Hossieni. There is something magical (sounds cliche I know) about his writing, his choice of words, metaphors and not the least the portrayal of human emotions. This is the second book of his that I am reading (and his third...

Book Review: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

Book Review: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

I confess. I picked the book only for the intriguing title, and as it was long since I read a teen romance, I was fully geared up to read the e-book. In fact, again I read this book under the bed covers after midnight. Aah, don't worry it is yet another short book so...

Book Review: Nobody’s baby but mine

Book Review: Nobody’s baby but mine

I generally do not give a review to any book that has not touched my heart. There have been a very few books that touched mine as much as this- in a negative way. If I don't like a book, I usually move away and forget about its existence but this book has won my...

Book Review: Heaven, Texas

Book Review: Heaven, Texas

What soothes the mind of a gloomy tired lass, on yet another sleepless night? Funny that a sad damsel in distress gets soothed hearing or reading about another one. I felt totally 'in' for a whole night read into this grown up version of Mills & Boons. Yes judge...

Book Review: Out Of The Blue

Book Review: Out Of The Blue

Looking for a rainy day romance with the right amount of suspense? I think I will never get tired of the sassy girl and alpha guy trope. So here it goes. Book: Out Of The Blue Series: Stewart Sisters #02 Author: JoAnn Rose Genre: Fiction...

Book Review: Bloodline

Book Review: Bloodline

Sideney Sheldon is one of my favorite authors of all time and I have read almost all his books. And Bloodline was one of my first 'grown - up' book, which I re-read again after many years. Does it have the old charm or do I misremember its awesomeness? Let us find...