This Valentine’s day indulge in these lovely reads. (Images: File Photo)
These contemporary romance titles are the perfect fit for the valentine’s season and if you love romance you should check them out-
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and while there are many who will be celebrating the day of love, there are also a lot of people who will not. Whether you end up celebrating Valentine’s Day or not there is not an iota of doubt in the fact that books are the “forever” kind of love that none of us can ever get past (does anyone even want to do that?).
To celebrate the season of love here is a list of contemporary reads that you can indulge in or even gift to your loved ones-
- Buddha In Love by Geetanjali PanditCelebrate Valentine’s Day with a book! Buddha In Love by Geetanjali Pandit shares real-life experiences and practical wisdom to guide you in finding lasting partnerships. Infused with vulnerability, this unique book beckons you to come and fall in love.
- Fool Me Twice By Nona Uppal You will laugh, cry, and fall in love. Filled with the complexity of falling in love ‘again’, Fool Me Twice brings to the fore what the young generation has experienced through the pandemic – Loss. Dealing with grief, moving on and making space for love again…Fool Me Twice will make the butterflies rise. “As a die-hard romantic, this book has been a dream to write. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I have enjoyed birthing it to life.” Nona Uppal.
- All He Left Me Was A Recipe By Shenaz TreasuryShenaz Treasury unfolds her author spree with her debut book ‘All He Left Me Was a Recipe.’ Shenaz, a popular face on TV as a VJ and who has acted in films like Ishq Viskh and Delhi Belly, has now turned author with her book All He Left Me Was a Recipe. An ideal pick for Valentine’s Day, the part fact-part fiction book is all about the mantra of finding Mr Right, the rules of love, the lessons learnt in life and more. It’s a rollercoaster ride through the fabulous and often hilariously complicated world of modern dating where love, lust and culinary metaphors are on the menu.
- Happy Place By Emily HenryTwo exes. One pact. Could this holiday change everything? Harriet and Wyn are the perfect couple – they go together like bread and butter, gin and tonic, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. Every year, they take a holiday from their lives to drink far too much wine with their favourite people in the world. Except this year, they are lying through their teeth, because Harriet and Wyn broke up six months ago. And they still haven’t told anyone. But the cottage is for sale so this is the last time they’ll all be here together. They can’t bear to break their best friends’ hearts so they’ll fake it for one more week. But how can you pretend to be in love – and get away with it – in front of the people who know you best?
- The Catch by Amy LeaFashion influencer Melanie Karlsen tries to save her brand by going to a rural fishing village in Canada. The burly fisherman Evan Whaler scares her. After an incident, Mel pretends to be Evan’s fiancée, and they agree to fake their engagement for a week. They develop feelings for each other, but Mel has to choose between her city life and true love in the wild.