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.
Melt Into Me by Adhiti Aravind is brilliant with its intense family and boardroom power play, like these characters were playing chess.
The Royal Scandal by Rrashima Swaarup Verma piqued my curiosity so much that I ended up watching a whole bunch of YouTube videos on the topic
If you thought Ashwatthama vs Parashuram by Gunjan Porwal would go around the whole dynamics of these ancient figures, then hold my pen.
Chasing Hope by Yuktha Asrani s enticing with its engaging and adrenaline-filled plot developments and charming romance at the centre.
I would say that Love contract by Adhiti Aravind is a quick and bitter-sweet romance that is worth a try. Has a good message beneath
Masala, Horror & Love by Dhiraj Singh has so many layers to it and it is simply amazing to watch it work its magic.
Beyond the Darkness is filled with family goals, relationship struggles and twists and turns to keep it enjoyable.