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Simha International (The Bansal Legacy, #1) by Sundari Venkatraman #BookReview

Simha International (The Bansal Legacy, #1)

Simha International is a first of the three-part series and has luxury hotels as the backdrop of the novel. A romance series that takes us to the various five-star properties across India. The hero, Rohit is intelligent, self-made, and kind. A well balanced, millennium man who keeps all aspects of work and life quite balanced. …

Generously Yours by Inderpreet Uppal #BookReview @metro_reader

#Generously Yours

he has everyone around her but she is alone.
#Lonely – that’s what she is. She looks for that one special person who just knows her expressions. He loves her moods, feelings he can read and emotions he understands.
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Free on #KindleUnlimited
#love #HotNewRelease #Shortstory
#romance #fiction #humor #drama

The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires #KidlitReview @Netgalley @KidsCanPress

The Most Magnificent Thing

The Most Magnificent Thing is picture book worth reading time and again with our children even for us adults when we lose perspective. It sends the perfect message to the reader about not giving up and looking at the problem from a different point of view. Just set back and recharge before tackling a difficult …