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The Secret of His Turquoise Eyes by Praachi Varma| Book Review|

Hey BookLovers! I know I have been missing in action for a while mostly caused by a terrible book slump and a growing toddler. Somehow am slowly making my way back. I received this book from the author few weeks back and this is my take on it. Rudra Gautham is a theoretical physicist with… Continue reading The Secret of His Turquoise Eyes by Praachi Varma| Book Review|

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Say You Are Sorry by Melinda Leigh|Book Review|

Hey Booklovers! Secrets Never Die by the same author is on my top of my to be read lists. I figured it will be better to read the first book in the series as I already had it on my Kindle. So here's my take on it. Morgan Dane has been widowed for two years… Continue reading Say You Are Sorry by Melinda Leigh|Book Review|

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The Last Caliph by T.L Williams #bookreview

Hey booklovers! As I continue my spree on book reviews here's another one. Logan Alexander is a covert CIA agent (former Navy SEAL) who also owns a Maritime consulting business. This is the fourth book in the Logan Alexander series and we start the story in Hong kong where Logan and his wife Zahir are… Continue reading The Last Caliph by T.L Williams #bookreview

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Closer Than You Think by #DarrenO’Sullivan | Book Review

Hey Booklovers It had been quiet some time since I requested a book for review on NetGalley and I was recently approved for this one. I was in a mood to read a quick thriller (which am always in) and when I read the blurb it captured my attention. A serial killer who after ten… Continue reading Closer Than You Think by #DarrenO’Sullivan | Book Review

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The Cabin At The End Of The World by #PaulTremblay | #Bookreview

Hey Booklovers, I have been on a reading spree of sort and every once in a while I will stumble on a book that looks interesting from the blurb but falls flat on the face once read. One such book is this. So, Wen is an eight year old girl who isΒ vacationing at a remote… Continue reading The Cabin At The End Of The World by #PaulTremblay | #Bookreview