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A theme-park princess. A real-life prince.


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Can two stubborn adults let down their guard long enough to let love in again?


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A modern-day fairy tale of hope and rescue from NYT bestselling author Rachel Hauck


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A journey to the lush vineyards of Tuscany—and into the mysteries of a tragic family secret.


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Can a one-time enemy to protect them?


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When the battle is for love, the one who surrenders wins. But who will lay down arms first? And whose heart will break wide open?


Reviews

Ariadne
by Jennifer Saint
"Ariadne is a tale of fierce feminism and how a man's world puts a woman's life in jeopardy"
Posted April 29, 2021

Jennifer Saint doesn’t waste much time establishing that this is not another Greek Myth Retelling where men take center stage. She sets up ARIADNE with stories where women take the hit for men's wrongdoings, how gods punish Read more...


Darling Rose Gold
by Stephanie Wrobel
"A brilliant psychological thriller with excellent characters in their full diabolical glory."
Posted February 4, 2021

Testimony from her daughter put Patricia "Patty" Watts in prison for Aggravated child abuse for five years. The story starts the day Patty is released. She and her daughter, Rose Gold, have seemingly made up, leaving the past behind them but have they forgiven each other for the crimes Read more...


Real Life
by Brandon Taylor
"REAL LIFE is a mixed bag of raw emotions, and it refuses to be subtle about it."
Posted January 4, 2021

I would be lying if I said this was a pleasant book to read. REAL LIFE by Brandon Taylor shortlisted for The Booker Prize does not cut its readers any slack. It poses questions bluntly and counts on its reader to become uncomfortable and think over it. It expects Read more...


The House in the Cerulean Sea
by T.J. Klune
"A book to pick your heart up and wrap it in a warm and cozy blanket"
Posted December 17, 2020

As colorful and wholesome the cover of this book looks, the inside of it is more colorful and wholesome and heart-warming. It is tough to come across a story nowadays that is so pure and innocent, and that exists just to give its readers a perfect time, and Read more...


The House in the Cerulean Sea
by T.J. Klune
"The House In The Cerulean Sea will just pick your heart up and wrap it in a warm and cozy blanket "
Posted December 10, 2020

As colorful and wholesome the cover of this book looks, the inside of it is more colorful and wholesome and heart-warming. It is tough to come across a story nowadays that is so pure and innocent, and that exists just to give its readers a perfect time, and Read more...


Under the Rainbow
by Celia Laskey
"Beautiful coming-of-age stories through various viewpoints and characters. . ."
Posted October 7, 2020

We rarely get to see the other side of the story. There are numerous gut-wrenching stories about the ill-treatment of the LGBTQ+ community, but I have never come across such a fine piece of high literary merit as UNDER THE Read more...


A Deadly Education
by Naomi Novik
"A teen’s witty commentary on all the grim-dark things happening around is wildly refreshing."
Posted September 16, 2020

Galadriel, also known as Gal or El, is a wizard. She studies in a school called Schoolomance, the only deemed safe place for wizard kids to go to. But is it, though? A school which has mana-hungry (a term you’ll come to understand when you read Read more...


A Good Neighborhood
by Therese Anne Fowler
"Perfect for the fans of Little Fires Everywhere and This Is Us"
Posted July 16, 2020

The narrator (that I believe is the neighborhood itself, collectively, and not an individual person) tells readers: It's in the telling of a tragedy that we sow the Read more...


Amnesty
by Aravind Adiga
"AMNESTY understands where everybody comes from and doesn’t blame them for it. . ."
Posted July 9, 2020

Dhananjaya “Danny” Rajaratnam has been living in Australia illegally for 4 years now. He has masked his Sri Lankan accent. He has golden streaks in his hair. He starts his sentences with a loud “Look” and finishes with “I reckon” because he has Read more...


Kishor Rao

I'm an engineering student from India. I love to read books that add/contribute to my life, which makes me become a better person. My favorite genres are Literary and Domestic fiction. My current favorite book is Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman.

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