As you begin to read- you quickly get through a few pages of risqué language that Ms Flynn is so good with. Her writing makes another impact on the reader and I go without judging. After all I do come back to her again and again and wonder when her next book would be out. … More On Book Review| The Grownups by Gillian Flynn
She keeps an eye on her characters and what they are upto and when the reader actually comes to a conclusion we are just hit right on the face! It’s like she is saying that, “whatever you were thinking, I just was fucking with you”.
… More On Book Review| Sharp Objects By Gillian Flynn
Starts the very bitter multi billionaire with an unappeasable sex drive, wanting a mistress for three months. His only intention is to keep them well, make them 24/7 available, having sex with no commitments. … More On Book Review| Surrender Series- 4 Erotic Novels By Melody Anne( Part 1)
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Book Review: A soldier’s Love Story Author: Sonia Kundra Singh Publisher: Mahaveer Publishers Genre: Romance Rating: Three and a half Introduction: It’s a love story. A soldier’s love story centering on the characters who surmount obstacles, someone whose life is turned upside down by a tragedy that pushes her in…
High in emotions and a heroine that you would admire is something that I really appreciated in the book. The hero is the typical alpha male with his brains in his pants most of the time whenever the heroine is around but then who doesn’t like that kind of a man? … More On Book Review | The Greek Tycoon’s Revenge by Julie Garver
Author: Preethi Venugopala Genre: Romance/Chick-lit The Plot: When Ananya, a bubbly twenty-year-old engineering student, reaches her Grandmother’s house in Sreepuram on a month long vacation, romance is the last thing on her mind. However, she meets Dr. Arjun there and falls head over heels in love.
Author: Sajita Nair The Plot: Second Lieutenants Deepa Shekhar and Anjali Sharma have an important task at hand: convince their male counterparts that they too are assets to the Indian Army – rather than merely those with assets.