Partner In Crime by Alaa Lafir is a quick and adorable read that has so much going on in terms of its plot twists. Although I did wish at times that it would slow down to give a brief.
The Unforgettable Woman by Pankaj Giri is heavy and intense with human relationships and would need your time but one well worth it.
Playing Rough by Meenu Pillai has got a whole bouquet of elements which I felt was one of the best parts of the book. It has depth to it.
Forever Yours by Neha Chenani Khanagwal is a cosy little romance, filled emotional push and pulls to keep you engaged and thrilled.
The Garden of Words by Midori Motohashi is perhaps meant to be peeled off its layers to understand the deeper meanings..Clearly, I failed.
White Horse Black Nights by Evie Marceau was a mix of good and bad. I loved the later part of the book were things happen after all the drama
Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney completely leaps into an unexpected alley that was completely mind-blowing, brilliant and worth the wait.
Capturing the Devil by Kerri Maniscalco has everything well-knitted and seamlessly added without taking away from the core plot.
I missed some action and actual investigation trope in The Housemate by Sarah Bailey but otherwise it is a pretty decent read.
From Lukov with Love by Mariana Zapata is not focused on central characters falling for each other. But it is more focused on two characters.