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Love Sees No Reason By Reshma Ranjan

Ten years back I wrote this novel. Then after many trials finally I got a publisher: Pageturn publisher. In 2014 with Shree Book Center, Pageturn Publisher published my book as a novella in 2014. Don’t worry I am not going to review my own work.( a wink with a naughty smile on…) Here I have just gathered the links of two reviews I got then and one I got recently. These reviews mean a lot which encouraged me to go on. With my next release “Blind, Certainly is Love “ in few days a walk through my last journey.
You can check out the book in Goodreads.
And you can read the reviews by Rubina Ramesh:-
Ok Barbara Cartland fans… meet our desi Barbara Cartland…. Reshma Ranjan.:)

When I started this book, I had my reservations. I saw glimpses of dear Barb in this story. A certain degree of submissiveness and the cocksure Hero… (ahem!). l am not ashamed to say that I love BC.. but still, in todays world I would hate to see a submissive woman. Thankfully, Reshma diverted from that as the story progre…

Book Blitz: A Way Back Into Love by Veronica Thatcher

Nothing is perfect. Life is messy. Relationships are complex. Outcomes, uncertain. People, irrational. But love…well, that makes everything complicated. And when you are caught in a tangled web of secrets, lies, and complex affairs, someone is bound to get burned. 
Emily Stevens is a spunky, spirited college girl whose life gets turned upside-down when she realizes she's in love with her best friend of fifteen years, Derek Thorpe. As Emily prepares to confess her feelings to Derek, something happens one night which changes her life forever. Five years later, Emily finds herself in Boston, alone and heartbroken. Will she ever be able to forget the past? And what will she find when she returns the man she left behind? 
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About the author

Veronica Thatcher is an exciting new contemporary romance author. Ever since she was very young, she’s dreamed of becoming a doctor when she grew up. While still forging ahead with that, majoring in pre-med in coll…

Spotlight- A Walk In The Rain by Udai Yadha

Find the schedule of the blog tour here 
A WALK IN THE RAIN by  Udai Yadla

Love is elixir that keeps you alive. Love is poison that kills you. Unreciprocated love keeps you alive but kills every day.
Heartbroken Sunny lives a reclusive life, trapped in the past, living in his memories. He has no complaints about his life but refuses to embrace the present.
Saloni is a prostitute who is desperate to earn money by any means. She does not care about exploiting others to fulfill her purpose.
Fate unites the loner and the prostitute to embark on a life changing journey of retribution and self discovery.
Lovelorn Sunny turns misogynistic after Sandy, the only girl he loved walks away from his life, unannounced. He suffers painful solitude for almost two decades with the relentless haunting of her thoughts. A distressed friend Imran, vows to change his life forever. A surprise planned for his birthday turns into a tragedy that claims the life of his dear friend, triggering a series of unbelieva…

Book Review: Wrong means Right End by Varsha Dixit

A wholesome entertainment at its humorous best!

‘You, me, three kids, 2 dogs, small ring and forever.....’ A beautiful love story in one simple sentence, but the path towards that especially for forever can be tumultuous.... I saw Miss White dab her moist eyes and Miss Black let out her frustration and me throwing my emotions around on anyone who is about 4 feet in radius around me....We laughed out loud for the double troubles antics.... We felt the tug of heart when the friends were a separated...And our heart sang on and on when nothing could pull them apart. The crazy intensity between Nikhil and Sneha and their telepathic conversations were hearty.  Adbey stole our heart the moment he sneaked into the book. His innocence and playfulness tugs the softy's, heart.  Varsha Dixit pulled me so into the book that the moment Nikhil lost his cool with Sneha I wanted to be next to Nandini to give a piece of my mind to him. I was the happiest when things were wrapping in a happily ever after…

Book Review: Simha International By Sundari Venkatraman

And here already I wait for the next!
I know the review comes late, but trust me to pick Sundari Venkatraman book within a day of its release. Every time I have one of Sundari Venkatraman’s book in my kitty, I and my other two (the white with pure white wings and halo to go with her look and the one in black with very bright red horns to shine and bedazzle one and all) wouldn’t mind breaking into a tango. As always you get the complete package you expect from Sundari Venkatraman - romance, the scorching chemistry, the sweet and equally hot moments to cherish. This time again it has you wondering about the mysterious things happening as the story progresses and you end up guessing and guessing and trust me you are nowhere near to the truth.
Rohit and Tasha meeting each other at the least romantic places and least romantic of a situation, and before you know they are pulled into the strongest of all tornadoes- Love. Even after the circumstances and situation what I loved the most about thi…

Book Review: Finding Anya by Sundari Venkatraman

A romantic ride!
Every time a book from Sundari Venkatraman is released I and my other two do a happy jig... Then when I started and there it was memory loss... I frowned and my other looked at each other... Have seen it a lot to say the truth... But, with Sundari Venkatraman books there is always a but....a wicked wink for that.  I would say, the new treatment to the memory loss is the highlight. Anya on the path to recovery from an accident as well herself and Dev trying to find his life-mate which he believes is the woman he once kissed and never looked back at.   In Anya's journey to self-discovery, we know about her, learn about her, along with her. Small pieces of her memory seeping through the small cracks of the barrier formed around her memories. Dev who still remembered how one kiss with Anya had shaken the very foundation of what he believed. Then her ex- husband who cares for her, hurts along with her but her parents who are very much indifferent to her. You have the compl…

Book Review: Take 2 by Ruchi Singh

A sweet date with a beautiful Romance!

When life gives you punches: unexpected punches and you start fearing anything everything even when presented a second chance in life. A fresh life even if it stares at you, right at your face you are scared to believe this is it....unless you are ready to take the risk you will never know. Amidst all the romances, second chances always held a positive vibe to it, a hope everyone would love to read about.
It’s the same with Take 2 ... A sweet romance all about second chances leaves you beaming with that innocent simple love. Abhi and Priya are sure to take your through the knowing,  finding, hurting and finally embracing love. The element of domestic violence is very sensitively added in the story. .The domestic violence physical or mental and its impact on Priya and later her divorcee status giving her the tag of a loose woman, she has a lot to grasp. Her struggle to get in terms with the reality. Slowly but gradually accepting how the calm and rel…

Book Review: The Marriage Contract by PG Van

A Scorchingly Spicy Read for a break!
What happens when you already have had a taste of the perfect blend of erotica and romance?  I and my other two (one in white with a pure white wings and halo and one in black with the absolutely hot red horns to go by) wanted to get into this scorchingly hot romance. We were completely bowled over when we read "The Evil Twin?" by PG Van and "The Contract Marriage" is no less... It had me at the word bike ( my wicked grin and the wink is on).The moment Kari checks out Blake out and Blake, Kari. You know the sparks are going to blow your mind away. And trust me it's not just sparks but the full blown pyrotechnic. The Contract Marriage, uncontrollable physical attraction and the cherry on top ‘Love’. Loved every moment of the book. The development of the story and character was smooth and nice.  Looking something to get you to the summer mode before the summer, go for this book. You won’t be disappointed. Blake, his mind, and the …

Book Review : Soulless by MV Kasi

Soulless person is one person we all would think to stay clear from. Me and my other two even the one in Black with red horns was not into the Soulless person. Her schemes and her calculative moves make you cringe. But as I went on reading and one by one crack appeared in Sia’s Soulless persona and started to intrigue me. (The one in white with a bright halo, the one in Black with red horns and me)
Through Ajay, little by little the peeling off layer by layer into a soulless person was an unexpected path. When first started with Sia I was not very interested in her character but slowly as moved on through Ajay layer after layer peeled off from her and her true self, started to come out...  As the person was revealed slowly before us the character Sia grew on me. The indifference turned to attention ... attention to sympathy and soon sympathy became empathy... I was hurting with her in the closed corners... it was so painful as if it had happened to me. It felt I was going through her jo…