Crème Brûlée

Crème BrûléeCrème Brûlée by Ramona Sen

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Creme Brulee offered much more than I expected. The male protagonist Aabir’s sense of humour and sarcasm and Female lead Kimayaa’s vivacious and witty retorts has increased the bar of this Indian family drama. The ghost of Thakuma and her antics of course has contributed a lot in keeping me glued to the story. This book was an absolute delight unlike many the other romances. Your mouth will definitely water while reading all the desserts like Chocolate mousse and Thakuma’s the special Posto Bora. Apart from the leads, other characters like Aatryee (Aabir’s sister), Aabir’s mother and the conniving Purohitmohsai too has their own eccentricities adding up spice and sugar to this story.

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About Hemangi

A voracious reader and writer of fan fictions.
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