Dating Dr Dil By Nisha Sharma Paperback : Target

It syncs automatically with your account and allows you to read online or offline wherever you are. The characters are somewhat one-dimensional and there is not much development throughout the story. The book may be light and fun, but it’s not particularly deep or meaningful. An uncomplicated and sometimes-entertaining rewrite of Shakespeare’s enemies-to-lovers play. This book is probably one of my favorites this year.

Kenna must find a way to absolve the mistakes of her past in order to build a future out of hope and healing. Nisha Sharma’s hilarious new romantic comedy inspired by Taming of the Shrew features a love-phobic TV doctor who must convince a love-obsessed homebody they are destined to be together. Kareena Mann dreams of having a love story like her parent…

It Happened One Summer: A Novel

Exactly forty-five minutes after she texted her client back, Kareena scanned her bedroom to make sure she didn’t forget anything. It was the bedroom she had returned to after college. The same one her mother designed for her when her parents built the house. She had the same standing mirror, open closet, and desk shoved in one corner, with meticulously arranged framed photos with Bobbi and Veera and her law school Bluebook.

Even though they have conflicting views on and arranged-matches, the more time Prem spends with Kareena, the more he begins to believe she’s the woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with. Dr. Prem Verma is passionate about the community health center he’s trying to build in order to make health care more assessable to his community. In order to raise funds, and awareness of health issues in his community, he’s the host of the popular Dr. Dil Show. Prem doesn’t believe in love but is open to an arranged marriage in order to help his fundraising for the health care center. After an argument between Kareena and Prem on his show went viral, Kareena’s meddling Aunties get involved. In her new novel, inspired by Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, Nisha Sharma brings us delightful characters to root for in Dating Dr. Dil.

Dating Dr. Dill: Hitting Your Thirties With Hopes of Love

But for Prem and Kareena to find their happily ever after, they must admit that hate has turned into fate. This is literally perfect in every aspect whether its writing style, plot, characters, pacing, EVERYTHING. I went into this book knowing almost knowing about it and then I found that its actually quite similar to my own culture (middle eastern/Egyptian) and it’s so intriguing AND I WANNA TRY PARANTHAS NOW!! I also strongly related to Rina and Prem’s conversation about their connection to their immigrant family because I too am an immigrant and I love that there’s this representation here.

But overall, this was a fun story and I’m eagerly awaiting the next book in the series. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own. Prem doesn’t have time for romance, which is why it’s no surprise when his first meeting with Kareena goes awry. Now Prem’s largest community center donor is backing out because Prem’s reputation as a heart-health expert is at risk. I enjoyed this contemporary romance read quite a bit. I listened to the audiobook version and thought the story fit well in that medium.

Nisha Sharmais the author of the critically acclaimed YA novel My So-Called Bollywood Life, and the follow-up novel Radha and Jai’s Recipe for Romance. She is also the author of adult contemporary romances such as The Singh Family Trilogy, and If Shakespeare was an Aunty trilogy . Her writing has been praised in NPR, Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue, Buzzfeed, Hypable and more. This site complies with DMCA Digital Copyright Laws. Please bear in mind that we do not own copyrights to this book/software.

His words during their viral fight were spoken with his WHOLE chest. The misogynistic shit that he spewed was so offensive and disgusting. But even then, the writing was clunky and fifteen pages in aged me five years. One star is given to Kareena and nothing/ no one else. Dating Dr. Dil is a sweet novel that highlights Indian American culture, love languages, and true compatibility.

Losing her mother at a young age, she dreams of the love her parents had before her mother’s tragic early death. CUE THE MEDDLING AUNTIES. Kareena’s aunties concoct a plan to match her and Prem. Just a couple of massive issues with that – they can’t stand each other and Prem doesn’t believe in love. However, the more time they spend together the more they realize this match could be mutually beneficial. And that maybe there’s a little more to their relationship than just hate.

I only fix broken hearts in the literal sense. That’s why on the morning of her thirtieth birthday, she’s decided to suit up and enter the dating arena. When her widowed father announces he’s retiring and selling their home after her sister’s engagement party, Kareena makes a deal with him. If she can find her soulmate by the date of the party, he’ll gift her the house, and she’ll be able to keep her mother’s legacy alive. “One of my favorite authors.”—Colleen HooverAn insightful, delightful, instant #1 New York Times bestseller from the author of Beach Read and People We Meet on Vacation.

That should provide sufficient enough insight into my review policy. Dating Dr. Dil features a love-phobic TV doctor who must convince a love-obsessed homebody they are destined to be together. You can buyDating Dr. Dilhere– it’s available as a paperback, ebook, or audiobook.

Stay tuned because Bobbi and Bunty’s book is currently set for a winter 2023 release, and it’s already one of my most anticipated reads for next year. I thought it was kind of hilarious the way Prem and Kareena met again after the failed fiasco at the restaurant and ultimately ended in a big argument at the studio where Prem filmed his show, “Dr. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.

You can read books purchased on Google Play using your computer’s web browser. I believe in love languages and some people need words to feel loved. I liked the fmc even though she’s a bit of a push over when it comes to her family. I realise that a lot of people need words of affirmation to feel love, but since I don’t, I couldn’t relate. If love existed, this woman would have his heart, and he’d willingly take his scalpel to carve it out and give it to her. Never in a million years did Prem think his brain chemistry would betray him and make him doubt for the first time in his life that maybe, just maybe, love could be real.

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