Top 5 Books of The Month | March 2024 [Editor’s Choice]

Spring is here, and with it comes a renewed sense of hope and joy. What better way to celebrate than by reigniting the love in your life? Forget the notion that romance fades with age or gets lost in the daily grind. Love stories aren’t just for teenagers; they’re for everyone!

This March, let’s spread some love! Whether you’re young or young at heart, a love story with a touch of kindness, compassion, and understanding can be the perfect spark to rekindle the flame in your own heart. Here are a few recommendations to get you started:

Tagged For Life by Aditya Nigghot: As love is in the air with flowers, teddies, cards, and other love stuff, pick up this book to catch a glimpse of what life could bring for you. The uncanny and unconventional story reminds us of what is important in life. Sometimes we are so engrossed in our careers or dreams that we let go of people we love, but without loved ones to share our happiness, our achievements do not add any value to our lives. Well, I am not saying that we should not pursue our dreams, but rather learn to balance them. We often complain and compare ourselves, leading to dissatisfaction, but after reading this book, I realized how love cannot be replaced with anything else. We may be a little late in achieving anything, but leaving that person can be our greatest mistake. We always think that we will be happy achieving our goals, but the journey becomes more beautiful with our loved ones around us. But never lose yourself in the process. This book will open a new window to your perspective. Do give it a try and let me know your thoughts. To know more about the book, click HERE.

My Illegitimate Son by Sanjay Jha: Well, this book is not about die-hard romance or long-lost love between couples and their families, with villains creating nuisance and stopping them from living and loving. Instead, there is a lot of genuine love and romance all over the book. It’s about the world of dogs – what they think and how they feel. It’s about the love for dogs or your dog, a genuine concern about what animals feel when they are separated from their siblings and mother, how their life turns when they depend on the whims and fancies of their owner. And of course, you will also see romance that helped them bear children, of course, their sexual desire and how they feel when they are attracted to the opposite sex. Animals are equally sensitive, and they can also feel pain. Find my Instagram review HERE.

The Malhotra Bride by Sundari Venketeraman: The best thing about this book is how the author could write such a romantic novel when she herself is in her old age. But all I can understand now is she has lived a life that helped her think in that direction. Sometimes the younger generation fails to look at things in that way. This happens very much in India where arranged marriage is still prevalent. But before the marriage happens, the couple meets in the presence of the family. Here in this book, the arranged setup turned out to be love at first sight. Living in a joint family makes it difficult to understand each one with a different opinion. Still, this couple spends lots of time together before marriage to know each other and were in love with each other. During the courtship period, how they came close to each other even if it’s an arranged marriage setup. The reaction of their respective families, their opinions, and their perception towards each other. Most of you will find your story here in this novel, maybe in bits and pieces. Get to know how love unfolds before marriage and how beautiful it is. To know more about the book, click here and ask me more about the book in the instagram comment section HERE, and I would be happy to answer you.

Can Love Happen Twice by Ravinder Singh: Oh, I must say, one of the most romantic authors I have ever come across, whose words will make you fall in love with him. For me, he is the Shahrukh Khan of the book industry. Well, all his stories do not have a happy ending, unfortunately, because they are real. He will make sure you fantasize even if you have a stone heart. He gives you hope even if you are broken, convincing you to live, to exist, and to manifest. But this story is based on his real life, definitely a heart-wrenching one. Unfortunately, every love story doesn’t end up with a happy note. However, the first part of this book will take you to a place where you want to stay, never to come back. The second part is gloomy, sad, and difficult to come across. This is my first romantic novel, and I am swayed away. Guys, if you are planning to write a love note or a letter to your partner, then pick this book; the words, the sentences, it will melt your partner. To know more about the book, click HERE.

Couple of Things by Amrita Rao and Rj Anmol: Well, hardly people knew when Amrita Rao got married. But she has a full-fledged love story, with romance, ups and downs like a normal couple, with a couple of things more. This book is more like the life of Amrita Rao as an individual, her journey, and how her career unfolds with time, and also about RJ Anmol, her husband, everything since his childhood days. How they met and how they were in love. Let me reveal one thing: in fact, RJ Anmol once manifested marrying her after watching the film ‘Vivaah’, and how it actually happened. The writings are more like a conversation, and the name of each chapter is interesting. Amrita is more like a girl next door, and RJ Anmol is like a Majnu chasing his dreams to get this star as his wife. They had a very different love story, like getting married and no one knew about it for four years. Really an interesting, easy-going, and fun read. To know more about the book, click HERE.

Let’s smash the idea that love has an expiration date in February! Love, kindness, compassion, and respect are the cornerstones of strong relationships, and they shouldn’t be confined to a single month or just romantic partnerships. This March, let’s pledge to cultivate these qualities in all our interactions, building a more positive and supportive world around us.

This genre of stories isn’t just for young lovebirds! Let’s encourage couples of all ages to rediscover the joy of connection through heartwarming narratives. By fostering understanding and empathy, we can replace negativity with the power of love.

Absolutely! Immersing ourselves in stories that celebrate love can definitely rekindle the spark in our own relationships. It reminds us of the importance of communication, appreciation, and those little gestures that make a big difference.


So, that was all from my end this month. I will see you again in May because April is the month of the A2Z Challenge.


20 thoughts on “Top 5 Books of The Month | March 2024 [Editor’s Choice]”

  1. I enjoy a good romance book while on our beach vacations. Will be checking some of these out before we head out in a few weeks so thanks for the honest book reviews.

  2. I’m always on the lookout for great book recommendations, and your list of the top 5 books of the month for March 2024 is fantastic! Your editor’s choices offer such a diverse range of genres and themes, catering to different reading preferences. I can’t wait to dive into these captivating reads. Thanks for sharing your insights and helping us discover some literary gems!

  3. Thanks for these 5 book commentaries. I enjoyed reading about them. I usually don’t have much time to read, but The Malhotra Bride is the one I’d choose if I get time to read by myself.

  4. The love story of Amrita Rao and RJ Anmol is truly inspiring and heart-warming. It’s wonderful to see a couple that has been through ups and downs, like any other couple, and still come out stronger and more in love. Their story is a great reminder that love knows no boundaries and can happen in the most unexpected ways. Let’s continue to spread love and kindness, not just in February, but throughout the year.

  5. I haven’t read any of these yet, but reading your description of this list you’ve written about has piqued my interest! They’re all going straight onto my to-read list.

  6. My daughter is a bookworm, and all of these books sounds interesting. I’m sure she wouldn’t mind reading a few, I myself would love to read “Can Love happen Twice”?

  7. Can Love Happen Twice sounds right up my alley! I’ll have to give it a read sometime!! I gotta check our some more Ravinder Singh.

  8. Interesting book picks. I have not heard of any of these, and they all sound very good. It is nice to have some good recommendations for books to add to my list.

  9. What an interesting list! Personally, I would love to read the book, My Illegitimate Son. As a furmom, this is something that is close to my heart.

  10. Melissa Cushing

    I do love reading although I am not reading as much as I used to and miss getting lost in a good book. I will ahve to chekc out a few of these and appreciate you sharing your top 5 books for March!

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