Strangus Derangus (Book #1), In the Bear’s Den (Book #2) & Adventures of Little Shambu by Reena Ittyerah Puri, Savio Mascarenhas (Illustrator)
Strangus Derangus and In the Bear’s Den & Other Adventures of Little Shambu are fun, cute, and lovely illustrated children’s story of the adventures of an Indian boy and his love for animals.…
The Daydreams by Laura Hankin – reunion contemporary fiction
The Daydreams is emotive, realistic, dramatic and fast-paced character-driven reunion contemporary fiction with redemption arc.
The Grabber by Nirmal Pulickal and Jehan Zachary – fantasy based on the legend of the Black Taj
The Grabber is an interesting genre mix middle-grade fantasy based on the legend of the Black Taj, with an amazing concept and plot.
Twisted Lies (Twisted #4) by Ana Huang – fake dating romance
Twisted Lies is gripping, swoon-worthy, slow-burn, fake dating romance with amazing plot and characters.
Twisted Hate (Twisted #3) by Ana Huang – best enemies-to-lovers romance
Twisted Hate is engaging, addictive, touching, and emotive romance with amazing characters. This is the best enemies-to-lovers romance I read so far.
Twisted Games (Twisted #2) by Ana Huang – swoon-worthy forbidden romance
Twisted Games is a gripping, addictive, and swoon-worthy forbidden romance with an amazing plot and characters.
The Widow’s Weeds by Allie Cresswell – fiction about domestic abuse
The Widow's Weeds is touching, emotive, and heart-wrenching contemporary about domestic abuse but I didn't enjoy the slow pace and romantic complications.
Change Your Habits, Change Your Life by Ashdin Doctor
Change Your Habits, Change Your Life is an insightful, informative, and inspiring self-help book about habits and it can help change our lives with practical and realistic ideas and style.
April in life and reading #Monthlywrapup
Check out how my April in life and reading have been, my favorite book and characters of the month, and what my are plans for May in this monthly wrap-up post.
My Read-bait Words in the Synopsis or Reviews
List of words/concept/theme/setting/style ... in short My Read-bait Words in the Synopsis/Review that makes me immediately add the book to my TBR/wish list.