Review of Let’s Start with Forever

Enter a world of glamour, wealth and beautiful people. Enter the world of the Sehgal family and friends. A brand new series of books! A perfect one-night stand is never supposed to mean more...But it did, for her! RAASHI DEEWAN runs a successful chain of restaurants. Her recipe for life is simple – dream big … Continue reading Review of Let’s Start with Forever

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Review of “Take a Chance on Me”

Blurb: Enter a world of glamour, wealth and beautiful people. Enter the world of the Sehgal family. A brand new series of books! KABIER SEHGAL, scion of the Sehgal empire has returned to India to take over the helm of his companies from his grandfather. His first mission is to find out who is selling his … Continue reading Review of “Take a Chance on Me”

Review of An Awfully Big Adventure by Aniesha Brahma

About the book:  Seventeen-year-old Yoshita Ray has stopped believing in happily ever after and fairy tales ever since her mother abandoned her. But now that her father’s married again, Yoshita’s world is turned upside down by her new stepbrother, the ten-year-old true believer, Tanay Mukherjee. On his tenth birthday, Tanay makes a wish which whisks … Continue reading Review of An Awfully Big Adventure by Aniesha Brahma

Review of “The Smitten Husband” by Sundari Venkatraman

The blurb: Marriages Made in India is a five-novella series that revolves around the characters of the book “ The Runaway Bridegroom”. The Smitten Husband is the story of Chanda’s elder brother Ram Maheshwari. Ram is a successful jewelry designer, residing in Jaipur with his parents and brothers. He is tall, handsome and a billionaire … Continue reading Review of “The Smitten Husband” by Sundari Venkatraman

Review of Lifemaker (The Great Iron War #2) by Dean F. Wilson

  The blurb: The Regime is on the hunt, forcing the Resistance to take refuge aboard the Lifemaker, an advanced submarine that houses a special cargo: a handful of women who are can give birth to human children.To evade the Regime's own submersibles, all parties must work together, but tensions are high, and not everyone on … Continue reading Review of Lifemaker (The Great Iron War #2) by Dean F. Wilson