Rivals to lovers. Grumpy girl x sunshine boy. Diverse characters. Realistic relationships. Cute banter. . And most important of all, being your unapologetic self. Beauty and the Besharam is an easy summer read that is full of heart.
Hello there! Been a while. It is great to be back after a mini-hiatus of sorts. And I am all raring to go, sharing what I have been reading lately.
Historical fiction with a hint of magical realism. This Rebel Heart by Katherine Locke is the story of human resilience. Of the youth stepping up to take back what is rightfully theirs.
A gender-bent retelling of The Three Musketeers featuring a girl with chronic illness. A finishing school that is actually a training ground for lady spies. An assassination plot. A found sisterhood. One For All by Lillie Lainoff is a must-read.
For fans of Morgan Matson’s Save the Date comes a charming novel about one teen’s summer tackling disasters including, but not limited to, family, romance, and weather — as she plans her sister’s Bollywood-style Indian wedding.
An intense coming of age story of 15-year-old Xiomara, a rebellious teenager. Written in verse (slam poetry), the book is quite a unique read.
A summer vacation at the lake house with the family. A pretend boyfriend. Opposites attract. Enemies to lovers. All the ingredients of a breezy summer read.
Beauty and the Beast meets Gossip Girl. Featuring an Indian princess and a misanthropic British aristocrat, it has all the ingredients – a curse, a rose, and a bit of magic.