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Review: Imperfect Misfits by Devanshi Sharma

Tiasha: I am very annoyed. Aakaash: That’s your job, Tiasha. Good that you are doing it well. Tiasha: And I am very serious. Aakaash: When are you not! Tiasha: Argh! I hate you, Aakaash.  Aakaash: Thank God for small mercies!  Just like a scoop of vanilla ice cream makes the sizzling chocolate brownie delicious, these best friends complimented each other. A chef by passion, Tiasha jumps and waves through her professional choices, while Aakaash, the witty stand-up comedian, knows exactly what he wants. He was the tranquility which refugees crave to stay in and she was the refugee, who wanted to wander and explore. Imperfect Misfits is a story of perfect misfits, food, frolic, emotions and their endless imperfections. The question is, will their friendship survive through this wavy journey of love? TITLE- Imperfect Misfits AUTHOR- Devanshi Sharma PUBLISHERS- Srishti Publication  FORMAT- Paperback *Thanks to the Publishers for a paperback review

Lev by Aurora Belle

From the moment Lev Leokov spots the young woman hiding behind her hair in the middle of the gentleman's club, he can't take his eyes off of her. For the very first time in his life, he is affected. Having been told his entire life that he can't process or understand emotion, he considers it a big deal. When Mina Harris gets caught red-handed with a wallet that isn't hers, she falls apart. She's tired, lonely and hasn't eaten in days. Lev offers her an ultimatum... A nice warm bed, a hot meal and a job, or the cops. Mina takes her chances with Lev.  After all, a person with nothing has nothing left to lose. TITLE- Lev (Shot Callers #1) AUTHOR- Belle Aurora  FORMAT- Kindle Copy "Lev was a clink in my armor, a crack in my wall..." Oh, My GOD!! This book is my undoing... Can I have a Lev, please? Guy, believe me, Lev is goals! Yes, he is. I need a Lev in my life but guys like him just don't exis

Book Review: Sail Away by Celia Imrie

The deliciously effervescent new novel from Celia Imrie, beloved character actress and author of  Not Quite Nice , follows the exploits of two women on a cruise ship. The phone hasn’t rung for months. Suzy Marshall is discovering that work can be sluggish for an actress over sixty—even for the star of a wildly popular 1980s TV series. So when her agent offers her the plum role of Lady Bracknell in  The Importance of Being Earnest  in Zurich, it seems like a godsend. Until, that is, the play is abruptly cancelled under suspicious circumstances and Suzy is forced to take a job on a cruise ship to get home. Meanwhile Amanda Herbert finds herself homeless in rainy Clapham. The purchase of her new apartment has fallen through, and her children are absorbed in their own dramas. Then she spots an advertisement for an Atlantic cruise and realizes that three weeks onboard would tide her over and save her money until her housing situation is resolved. As the two women set sail o