I came across this book while looking at Netgalley own voices books and was immediately interested. The premise sounded too good. The cherry on the top was that it's partly set in Mangalore, which is just hours away from me.
Title: Take a Hint, Dani BrownAuthor: Talia HibbertGenre: RomanceCategory: AdultSeries info: Book 2 of The Brown Sisters but can be read as a standalone. I quite liked Hibbert's Get a Life, Chloe Brown and was already quite excited for the next book on Dani. When this book released, SO MANY PEOPLE posted rave reviews and… Continue reading Take a Hint, Dani Brown || so! much! charm!
I have no idea how I came across this book. Probably on Instagram or in a recommendations blog post by someone, but I'm sure I put it in my TBR because it has Indian main characters. After it being in my TBR for a long time, I finally picked it up because I was in the mood for some romance and desi romance sounded really good. It was a great decision to pick this up.
Title: Running With LionsAuthor: Julian WintersGenre: Contemporary, LGBTQ+Category: Young AdultSeries info: Standalone Goodreads | Storygraph I am here with a SUPER CUTE book recommendation today. Running with Lions came to my attention through @ZanyAnomaly on Instagram where he passionately recommended this on his stories. And since it was Pride month and I was determined to… Continue reading Running With Lions // ADORABLE AF ❤
I'm not someone who picks up non-fiction often even though I want to. That changed with this book. While this book was on my TBR for a long time, I didn't pick it up until recently when it was highly recommended by multiple people online because of current scenarios. I'll be honest, I only know things about what's happening in US and UK because of what trends and from books.
Happy Pride month y'all!! It's fitting that this is my first review of the month. This book came to my attention purely through Twitter. I saw the word henna, then I noticed the entire cover, and it was in my TBR. The reason I picked it up so quickly was because it was the May new release pick for the South Asian Reading Challenge.
The first time I ever heard of/saw this book was when I was going through book lists for a 2020 Popsugar Reading Challenge prompt. The prompt was to read a book set in a country starting with "C" and this book fit because it's set in China during some parts. It was only after I read the book that I found it being mentioned everywhere. It is quite popular! Unknowingly, I had read a book which is revered as a classic.