Recommended Reads: November 2014


It's time for this month's Recommended Reads. It's a wonderful month in terms of reading for me. I didn't read as much as I wanted but I read some awesome books, so I have a couple recommendations and some honourable mentions.

Recommended Reads

Genre/Themes: Contemporary romance, M/M
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I've just recently discovered Alexis Hall and he has quickly become one of the favourite author. This contemporary m/m romance is both realistic and dreamy at the same time. It's a masterfully written story about love, mental illness and the search for happiness. There is sadness and desperation in it, but also a lot of glitter and a tiny for a better future. 

Genre/Themes: Contemporary romance, India
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This is my first Indian romance/romantic comedy and I really enjoyed it. Told from dual POV is's a sweet and engaging love story full of the vibrancy and colourful drama typical for the Bollywood movies. It takes you on a journey to present-day India and some of the USA.
Sweet, funny, emotional!

Honourable mentions:

An anthology of 4 short stories about the couple from the Knitting in the City series we have met so far plus an intro story about the next couple - Fionna and Greg. It will be available until 15 December. It's 0.99 and the proceeds go to Toys for Tots. A recommended read for fans of the series!My review. Add on Goodreads
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A fabulous allegorical short story about love and loss written in the impeccable style of Alexis Hall. It broke my heart but i'm glad I read it and I can't recommend it enough. My review. Add to Goodreads
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I expected a lighthearted  romantic comedy but what I got was story of love and second chances and making the right decision, be it an impulsive one. Review to come. Add to Goodreads
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