Radha & Jai’s Recipe for Romance by Nisha Sharma

Radha & Jai's Recipe for Romance by Nisha Sharma

Radha & Jai’s Recipe for Romance by Nisha Sharma combines food and dance in this comforting story about finding yourself. With mouthwatering descriptions of food, exciting dance scenes, and two complex main characters, this book checks many boxes for me. I especially enjoyed the realistic family dynamics and both Radha’s and Jai’s grapple with family expectations. This is an entertaining read that is filled with culture and charm. Continue reading

Review: Full Flight by Ashley Schumacher

Review: Full Flight by Ashley Schumacher

Full Flight by Ashley Schumacher is a beautiful book, but it is also one that will break your heart. Following two band kids who fall in love despite the odds being stacked against them, this one contains the excitement of marching band and two complex main characters. The writing style is also poetic, making this a great read for those looking for a more thought-provoking and emotional read. Continue reading

Review: 11 Paper Hearts by Kelsey Hartwell

Review: 11 Paper Hearts by Kelsey Hartwell

11 Paper Hearts by Kelsey Hartwell is an entertaining take on the secret admirer trope. Following a girl who receives paper hearts from an unknown sender leading her to locations that might help her remember her life before her accident, this one contains many lovable characters and wintry activities. With a wholesome twist at the end, this is the perfect short and sweet Valentine’s Day read. Continue reading

Review: 19 Love Songs by David Levithan

Review: 19 Love Songs by David Levithan

19 Love Songs by David Leviathan is a collection of short stories that overflows with love. Containing works of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, as well as stories inspired by the author’s previous novels, this anthology showcases David Levithan’s signature emotional writing style. As it features uplifting stories about different kinds of love, this is the perfect read for Valentine’s Day. Continue reading