Book Review – Savage Summer by Ruth Bainbridge

“When life gives you lemons … be sure to spit the pits out of that lemonade you’re making. Otherwise you’ll choke.” – Curt Savage The past year has not been a good one for Curt Savage. Depressed over the death of a loved one, he’s gone into hiding, becoming entirely too comfortable with saying that […]

Book Review – The Madras Mangler by Usha Narayanan

The Madras Mangler by Usha Narayanan   The REVIEW:  Usha Narayanan has done a great job with The Madras Mangler. The title itself is so clever that it was enough for me to take up the book which the author lovingly provided in exchange of an honest review. It is a fast paced thriller with […]

Book Review – Come Home Again by Nana Malone

About the Book: Anything can be fixed with a little Duct Tape and sass… At least that’s what celebrity fixer, Delilah Donovan, used to think. She prides herself on being able to handle anything. But when she’s asked to fix the new CEO of Synth Games, she never dreams she’ll come face to face with […]

Book Review : Winter’s Embrace by Kathleen Ball

Blurb:   Ten years ago Winter’s heart was broken beyond repair by Stone McCoy. Now she is a travel agent ready to lead an Alaskan Cruise and to her surprise Stone McCoy is on her tour.  A long ago phone call shattered her trust and her self-confidence. She never planned to see Stone again. While at […]

Book Review – The Revenge Of Kaivalya by Sumana Khan

REVIEW: The Revenge Of Kaivalya opens with the story of Kencha, a forest dweller who tags cobras in the Western Ghats, when he dies under mysterious circumstances with some words branded on his skin in an ancient Kannada script. On the other hand, in modern-day Bangalore, young Neel wakes up from a nightmare and a […]

Book Review – Unsettled by Neelima Vinod

Title : Unsettled Author : Neelima Vinod Publisher : Indireads ISBN : 978-1-927826-07-2 Cover Illustration : Madhiya Qureshi   Book Blurb : The hundred-room house is a rich tapestry of memories and hidden secrets, a dark, forbidding place, rumoured to be haunted by a vengeful Yakshi. Propelled by a desire to save their marriage, Divya and […]

Book Review – Don’s Wife by Vinod Pande

Don’s Wife is the debut novel of Director-turned-Author Vinod Pande of Ek Baar Phir, Yeh Nazdeekiyan and Sins fame. The movies were far ahead of their time and stirred up many Hornets’ nests so I was expecting nothing less from the book. I wasn’t disappointed. This is a story of love as well as crime, […]

Book Review – The Malhotra Bride by Sundari Venkatraman

Title : The Malhotra Bride Author : Sundari Venkatraman Publisher: Flaming Sun; 2 edition (February 11, 2014) ASIN: B00IE4R20U The Malhotra Bride is Author Sundari Venkatraman’s second novel, the first being Double Jeopardy. With this novel the author has forayed into the self-publishing world and I wish her lots of luck and hope she’ll sell […]

Book Review – Tuki’s Grand Salon Chase by Parul Sharma

Tuki’s Grand Salon chase is a Chick Lit by Parul Sharma of the Bringing up Vasu: That First Year fame. Tuki is a talented hairstylist who is working steadily and diligently towards The Plan of her life, opening her own Salon Blues. When catastrophe strikes she realizes that she has nothing to fall back on; […]

Book Review – Done With Men by Shuchi Singh Kalra

Book : Done With Men Author: Shuchi Singh Kalra Publisher: Indireads www.indireads.com ISBN: 978-1-927826-32-4 Cover Illustration: Mariyam Iftikar Before I plunge straight into my opinion of the book, Take a look at this super cute book trailer:   Cute and fun isn’t it? This trailer definitely made me pick up the book and let me […]