7 Popular Romance Tropes that I Enjoy Reading

My last blog post ‘Happy Endings | Short Story by Margaret Atwood’ kept me nudging on the notion of ‘happily ever after’. So, I thought of writing about my favourite romance tropes. Love stories are a staple for everyone, but some stories touch our hearts more than others. For instance, I cannot stand the love … Continue reading 7 Popular Romance Tropes that I Enjoy Reading

Our Song by Milan Vohra: A musical romance of Mills and Boon style

Our Song is a light-hearted romance written by Milan Vohra published by Harper Collins. First up, the beautiful book cover. They say never judge a book by its cover but this cover with its calming colour palette and the beautiful flowers is simply mesmerizing! Our Song by Milan Vohra, 223 pagesHarper Collins Our Song is … Continue reading Our Song by Milan Vohra: A musical romance of Mills and Boon style

Awaiting ‘Postscript’ and Reminiscing ‘Love, Rosie’ and ‘The Time of My Life’ by Cecelia Ahern

I am not a contemporary romantic tragedy lover but there was this charm about ‘P.S.I Love You’. The love story of Holly and Gerry was too perfect to be true and the fairytale ended tragically way too soon. Sadly, I didn’t know Cecelia Ahern until the movie makers decided to go ahead and make this … Continue reading Awaiting ‘Postscript’ and Reminiscing ‘Love, Rosie’ and ‘The Time of My Life’ by Cecelia Ahern

Sam’s Letters to Jennifer by James Patterson: Book Review

‘Sam’s Letters to Jennifer’ is written by James Patterson and was published in 2004. This book was an international bestseller.  ‘Sam’s Letters to Jennifer’ is an emotional roller coaster ride of love and loss and understanding the meaning of true love. “So many people just give up on love, even though love is the best … Continue reading Sam’s Letters to Jennifer by James Patterson: Book Review

Where Rainbows End or Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern | Book Review

'Where Rainbows End' or more popularly known as 'Love, Rosie' is Cecelia Ahern's second novel after 'P.S. I Love You' published in 2004. I love the prior title, I think 'Where Rainbows End' has a certain charm to it. But 'Love, Rosie' immediately stirs up the image of a letter or a correspondence. Thus, concluding a romance book … Continue reading Where Rainbows End or Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern | Book Review

The Time of My Life by Cecelia Ahern: Book Review

'The Time of My Life' by Cecelia Ahern is a light read. You can probably read the whole book over coffee in one evening. In a nutshell, the book is about 'Life' in the literal as well as metaphorical sense.  The Time of My Life by Cecelia Ahern Cecelia's writing probably can never wade off … Continue reading The Time of My Life by Cecelia Ahern: Book Review