Here are our picks for the best reads this month.
Raina, twenty-nine, is still unmarried much to the dismay of her family who think that by now she should have been married in a dream Indian wedding. The pressure to settle down reaches new heights when her grandmother, Nani, decides to play matchmaker in order to find her the perfect man.
Eager not to disappoint her family, Raina goes along with the plan but when the love of her life returns - ex-boyfriend Dev - she's forced to confront her true feelings and decide what she really wants. Buy the book in Australia here and in the UK here.
We love everything about Anna Kendrick. What's not to love. Now she has gone and released a book and let's face it , it will be hard to wait until...On July 21, 2016
By Sophia WhitfieldOn May 27, 2013
Paula Hawkins’ runaway bestseller The Girl on a Train placed Hawkins into the world’s highest paid author list for the first time a few months ago.On November 30, 2016
This is, without a doubt, like choosing between your children. I could list soooooo many, many more. And, yes, I know the ranks of bookshops, the actual physical places, are...On April 1, 2015
By Sophia WhitfieldOn April 11, 2016
Kylie Kaden was raised in Queensland and spent holidays camping with her parents and two brothers at the Sunshine Coast, where much of her first book Losing Kate is set....On April 8, 2015