Take A Hint, Dani Brown – Talia Hibbert

It is very hard to be the smartest girl in the surrounding. People are not generally used to seeing a girl who is smart in many technical things. They might not accept or start judging the girls for all the wrong reasons. So, the best way would be to keep your smartest to yourself and ignore the world.

Dani had been doing the same thing – ignoring the world, living her own life through her books, making her career first priority which involved zero love life. Her main reason for not dating was the fact that she cannot take out time for emotions and no one respected her smartness. The author very well provokes the story by including the lead character who loves her smartness and demands minimum emotions. They both get along together eventually and both the characters learn to respect each others professions. The best part of the book was when the girl finds out that her partner was not only listening to her but also reading her papers and other content. He praised her smartness even when he did not understand a single word.

By A Thread – Lucy Score

Problems and desire are two sides of a coin and one cannot overcome both things at a time. There are problems in the life of every person and they have to work on solving them before they can take a step towards their desire. The struggle would become more complicated if your haunting past hinders with the present. 

The story revolves around one such person who has a lot of problems to solve before reaching their desires. The regular problems that a person faces in their daily life are highlighted along with the insecurities that are hard to overcome. Maintaining a balance in the life of the person is tough anyway and adding a mix of problems along with a complicated love life makes it even more tough. The book is a good read that will keep you glued to every page and the twist at the end would definitely make you cry.

Beach Read – Emily Henry

What are happy endings? Something that stays for eternity or something that stays for a while and makes you happy? Happy endings are designated to give you happiness and motivate you to achieve it at any cost. However, to believe in it, you will have to have faith in it along with some experience.

The books cover the story of an author who thinks that she is happy but her world gets shattered by some incidents that take place in her life. She thinks that she cannot move ahead in her life and write something about happy endings but when she meets him, her perspective for life changes. Both the characters are struggling with their own problems but at the same time, they are helping each other.

The attraction of the book is the language and the conversations between the characters. It is a perfect mix of sadness and happiness. It is a bit dark but then sometimes there are somethings that the reader needs to learn while reading. 

Head Over Heels – Hannah Orenstein

Coping up with life becomes very tough when you are not able to achieve something for which you have worked your whole life. These times could be very tough as you would be standing in a mode where you do not have a plan B and also, you do not know anything about handling failures. Well, the person has to come out of such things and eventually, get on track with their lives, but ‘how’ remains a mystery to solve.

The story revolves around the theme of Gymnastics as the author herself has been a gymnast. The world of gymnastics is unknown to many of us and the book provides all the information about the struggles of a gymnast to get a chance in the Olympics. The story describes the daily life of a gymnast which include their never-ending practice hours and career choices. A mixer of sexual harassment and mental abuse along with rigorous training gives a daunting side to the story. The sport is short-lived but the practitioner has to give up their life to be there and when they fail, they get lost in misery. An informative and pager-turner book for sure.

Love Yourself – Rakhi Kapoor

The book starts with a remarkable question of ‘Who is responsible for your happiness?’ The answer to the question is simple but if you answer that then there should not be a problem of you being devoid of love. The author herself has experienced some rock bottoms in life which turned out to be a lesson for her. She has suffered from numerous things and through her experiences she was able to define the eight things that are important for ‘self-love’.

The eight things are Sleep, selfish and sexuality, embrace yourself and care for the people around you, laugh your heart out to let go, fart or poop without caring about the world, lead your way instead of following others, own your failures and learn from them, have a vision and try to achieve it, express yourself and do what you like. These eight things are the most essential to achieve anything in life and also for enjoying life.

The author highlights the importance of life with some incidents and to-do-list that can attract the reader. If you are one of those people who are feeling low in their life then reading this book can help in solving any major problem in your life. 

Tweet Cute – Emma Lord

When social media becomes the life of the people, how are they going to cope up with dating difficulties? Is it possible to find true love by being anonymous on social media? Or by taking up a social media war? Tweets, fb and insta has become the new trend for teenagers and it is tough to cope with it and stay updated. Meanwhile, the difficulties with their daily life keeps on increasing. 

The book highlights a teenage couple of social media century who are too engrossed in it that they fail to notice the sparks that are present in reality between them. Mixing this awkwardness with some family drama would take you to a roller coaster ride of emotions which the teens are unable to fathom. A quick and light read for evenings that you have to spend alone.

The Roxy Letter – Mary Pauline Lowry

Is it possible to have everything in your life? If yes then what if you do not have everything and can’t see having everything in the foreseeable future? People are bound to dream about things that they want in life. They are greedy and would want to have everything at once but then they have to remember that they have to work hard to get the desired things.

Something like that happens with Roxy. She likes to write letters which she never intends to send but it makes her feel accomplished in life. However, her life is very unhappy according to her because she is literally living in the past. People around here know her talent but there are some things that she will have to let go by herself. Her coping-up struggle will make you feel sad and at the same time, you would wish that she sees herself and respects herself as a person.

Respecting ourselves is the most important thing and Roxy learns that in a hard way. Let’s start checking our achievements instead of failures for motivation.