10 Novels By Indian Authors, Published In 2016, Are Perfect For The Romantic At Heart
By: Maya Alfred on Dec 20th, 2016
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Someone once rightly said, "A little reading is all the therapy a person needs sometimes”. We feel that a little romantic reading can do wonders. So for all you romantics at heart, here is the list of the 10 best romantic books by Indian authors that were published in 2016.

It's All In The Planets: Priti Shenoy

One man, two women, and a trap called destiny. How do you evade this one? Or do you need to, in the first place? This book, by Preeti Shenoy, will keep you glued to the end and will make you smile at the end. Lucid language, simple plots and a happy ending. This one will surely be on the top of our list. After all, some things are all in the planets.

Colorful Notions: Mohit Goyal

A journey you will crave to take. Three youngsters go on a road trip of 10000 kms just for fun. I guess this is enough to let you pick the book straight away and get driving..oops, I meant reading. Colorful notions is a soulful journey of these youngsters, giving new perspective to love, life and relationships.

Nothing Else Matters: Vish Dhamija

A fascinating tale of romance laced with crime and underworld. The tale of Zoya and Luv will make you fall in love with them even when it's impossible to forgive them. Love never dies and so will not the charm of this fiction.

The Girl Of My Dreams: Durjoy Dutta

The book says how dangerously little you know about love. A very unusual love story, which I could not put down and had to finish from start to end in a day. Noting more. A must-read for all, to know how dangerous love can be!

Now And Forever: Simi K Rao

The sassy and sexy sequel to Inconvenient Relations, this is a story about discovery. Will Shaan and Ruhi Ahuja, very much in love Indian newlyweds, discover each other? How will they handle the hurdles thrown at them in life while being the husband and wife? Yes, definitely the most heart-melting love story of this year.

A Forgotten Affair: Kanchana Banerjee

A love story of protagonist Sagarika, who loses her memory only to wonder if she lost something she cherished? An intriguing love story, where love is all around. It engulfs you.

When Love Finds You: Yashodhara Lal

Another rollicking ride from the bestselling author of Just Married, Please Excuse, Sorting out Sid and There’s Something About You. Office romance of Natasha and Rishabh will make you smile and fall in love, making the world a little more tolerable around! Ready or not, love happens. Definitely an A for this sassy book. 

Rightfully Wrong, Wrongfully Right: Varsha Dixit

A steamy bold and manipulative love story by the best-selling author of Right Fit Wrong Shoe and Wrong Means Right End comes Rightfully Wrong, Wrongfully Right. All the unforgettable characters of the earlier two bestsellers make a comeback in this unforgettable story of hurt, hearts, and hope. Will Gayatri and Viraj prove to be each other’s salvation or annihilation? 

This is a tumultuous journey of two wrongs, who might just make everything right!

The Smitten Husband: Sundari Venkatraman

One from the series of five books published by Sundari Venkatraman, this is my favourite. The story of stormy eyes Sapna and love smitten TDH Ram. Sapna puts forth a condition, after the wedding. Will the smitten husband agree to it? Read it to find out how marriages are made in India.

These Lines Of Mehendi: Sumeetha Manikandan

This story of beautiful and efficient Lalitha and kind Srikanth will melt your heart. She needed a husband in name, to save her career while he needed to marry to please his mother. Will they find love second time around? Will they lower their shields and succumb to a mutual passion? Interesting till the last page. This is a must-read.

Here are few other romance novels that you should read.

 

So, for all you people who missed the list, here is your chance to take your pick before the year ends. Happy Reading!

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Maya Alfred
Witty, smart and totally a movie buff. Can watch any movie in any language. Always looking for new things to keep her busy. Enjoys good books, good music and her own company. Trained classical dancer with MBA- HR degree. Lecturer by profession. Traveler at heart. When not teaching, she will be exploring some new place on her own to make a story of ...   Read more
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