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Bootie and the Beast

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Fairytales don’t end in true love’s kiss. They begin with one…

For supermodel Diya “Beauty” Mathur life is one giant pink-colored party.
For numbers man Krish “the Beast” Menon life is all about control.

Diya is vivacious, winsome and has a devil-may-care attitude. She jets about the globe drenched in haute couture and sparkly booties, inspiring princely men to act like lovestruck fools.

Krish is balanced, beastly and abides no nonsense. He growls instead of talks and snarls instead of asks, and no one on the planet makes Krish growl or snarl more than Beauty Mathur.

But, for all their differences and a broken engagement, Diya and Krish are friends—the rarest of friends. And when Diya gets embroiled in yet another scandal that not only threatens her reputation but her single-and-fabulous status as well, Krish steps in to protect her like always. He invites Diya to hide out in his lair in Dallas, Texas.

But something is odd between them this time.

The Beast has a secret. And Beauty will not rest until she peels it from him. Her meddling triggers an unexpected reaction, and it changes the status of Beauty’s relationship with the Beast forever.

274 pages, ebook

First published February 1, 2014

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Falguni Kothari

12 books398 followers
Falguni Kothari is a USA Today bestselling author of “messy love stories” and kick-ass fantasy tales that are a “good choice for women’s fiction book groups.” Her novels are all flavored by her South Asian heritage and expat experiences, and delve into common, yet unconventional, themes of marriage, romance, friendship, family and parenthood. Her books have been reviewed and praised in a number of podcasts and publications, including the New York Times Book Review, starred reviews in Booklist and Shelf Awareness, Popsugar, Woman’s World magazine and The Times of India. Her essays and short stories have been published in Femina (India), Better Homes and Gardens, Book Riot and Writer’s Digest.
She is also an award-winning Indian Classical, Latin and Ballroom dancer, practices Karaoke in her downtime, is an empty-nester, and loathes flying and deadlines.
Find her online at www.falgunikothari.com and sign up for her newsletter for the latest updates and free stories!

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920 reviews1,334 followers
November 5, 2014

This book in short screams DRAMA. Bootie and The Beast by Falguni Kothari will tell you that beauty queens are actually real drama queens, they live for drama, they will do anything for drama, in short, always in need to spice up their already overly-rated lives.

Thanks to the author, Falguni Kothari for sending me over a copy of her book, in return for an honest and unbiased review.

Diya, a.k.a, Beauty Mathur, is the most beautiful super-model and she is the biggest drama queen on earth and still believes that one day she would end up her life like any fairytale princess. Krish Menon is a hot, brooding, CFO/entrepreneur, addressed as 'Beast' by Diya. Although they are childhood buddies, but they are more like the 2poles of magnet, always end up getting attracted to each other. It’s a very, simple sweet love-story, but due to Diya's overly-rated dramas, Diya and Krish have to go a long way to finally find each other. Also Diya has a quality; she has seemed to take the fashion world in a storm, the whole world is on her meet. Opening scene of the book is:
A speculation about Diya spikes up in the media that she is pregnant, so her Daddy saves her by hiding her with Krish in Dallas. Diya and Krish meets after 2 long years and it seems they can't get enough of each other by pulling each others legs.

The writing is good. In the beginning the plot drags for a little bit, but when finally they both say those 3 magical words, the whole plot gets on fire, it becomes too hot. Their undeniable chemistry is very hot and sizzling, which will grip you till the very end. The characters were very well-developed, and especially, Diya is a very quirky character, everything about her is a pink, always a believer of fairy tales, reality was far away from her, wherever she went, she added extra little drama to spice up the event. Krish is a character, who any woman would fall for, a perfect husband/boyfriend material.

Drama queens will love this book a lot, because they can learn a trick or two about how to flirt or how to add drama in their lives. And for the rest, this is will be a very entertaining and light-read book, most of the time you'll find yourself laughing hard on Diya's immaturish activities. So definitely read this book to find out that actually fairy tales are better than reality.
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2,133 reviews67 followers
September 29, 2019
This was a delightfully, drama-queen infested rom com! Normally, the drama scenes alone wouldn’t be my cuppa, but Diya and Krish’s second chance romance had so many quirky moments, it was hard not to get swept up in the sometimes over-the-top antics!
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Author 10 books343 followers
May 29, 2014
This book should have been titled "The Taming of the Beast". Sorry Mr. Shakespeare!

Falguni Kothari's delightful romantic comedy -- with just the right amount of angst! -- tells the story of Diya Mathur (aka Beauty) who pines for a fairytale romance with her childhood friend Krish Menon (whom she lovingly calls the Beast)! Diya may be a diehard believer of fairytales but she is no airy-fairy pushover. She wants love on her terms and when she fears it is unlikely to happen, she decides to build her career as a supermodel. And succeeds spectacularly. However when her shoe fetish leads her to buy a baby bootie, the paparazzi begin to spread malicious rumours and her reputation is in ruins. To escape from the vicious rumours she takes refuge with the Beast. Living in the same house with a man she is secretly in love with is wrought with all kinds of complications. How the drama queen tames the beast...is well worth the read.

Falguni has a wonderful effervescent writing style that I totally flipped for...it has a chicklit feel to it without the irritating first person narrative! The only quibble that I have about the book is, Krish Menon as the brooding, workaholic Beast takes too long to come into his own as a man worthy of Beauty's love! But when he does so in the latter half of the book, he does it in spectacular fashion!

I highly recommend this fun read for all lovers of romance and chicklit.
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Author 2 books134 followers
April 30, 2014

Rating : 3.5 stars

I don't read much of romance , which is why I was wondering if I'd do justice to Falguni's book , but I needn't have worried. I enjoyed reading the Bootie and the Beast. Diya Mathur is fun , zesty , full of herself (in a good way)and a supermodel; Krish Menon is smouldering hot , high-flying CFO who is extremely focussed and non-fussy .So what happens when you throw these two people who have a history of crackling chemistry between them together? Sparks are bound to fly and mean things are meant to be said :) More importantly , magic is bound to be created!

I am not going to get into the plot because you can easily get that out of the synopsis. I liked Krish's characterisation a lot. His quiet intensity was the perfect foil for a slightly over-the-top Diya. But don't peg Diya as a shrieky heroine just yet. She also loves to cook and has a few other talents up her sleeve. I loved how Kris's ideology is rooted in tradition ,even after having lived abroad for so long. Diya , though initially came across as a spoilt-brat , made me like her with her spunky retorts and surprisingly 'simple-girl' ideas.

Falguni's writing is fun and cheeky. However , what she excels in are the intimate scenes between the duo. The pages sizzle because of the chemistry she has created between Kris and Diya. I also loved the casual banter between the two. The book has all the ingredients of an M&B. I totally loved the ending- it was super fun!

Overall, a nice read you can curl up with when you are having a 'blah' day :)

Thanks Falguni for sending this book my way :)
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749 reviews177 followers
July 5, 2014

The title of the book instantly appealed to me because it reminded me of the fairytale, "The Beauty and the Beast" . I am a big fan of fairytale romances and this book instantly went up on my books-to-read list just because of that and also partly because I was on a schedule. :P

The title is catchy and then the interest is further deepened by the blurb which promises a spicy, entertaining story. The cover is also appealing but it was the blurb and the title that caught me.
The next thing that really impressed me was the diary writing aspect of the book. Falguni does a stellar job of writing witty, engaging and seriously entertaining diary entries through Diya. Although the entries are few but nevertheless very entertaining.

The third thing that made an impression on me is her writing style which beautifully balances drama, wit, humor, heartfelt emotional quotient and a deep insight in to modern human psyche. The characterization is very real and I felt connected to the protagonists. Diya is the "all pink" and girly girl type while Krish is the serious, brooding man with no belief in fairy tales. The scenes involving these two are well sketched and succeed in hooking the reader. The romance is hot, thrilling and definitely sensuous. I loved the brooding Beast with all his hotness and sufficiently Ahh'd and Ooh'd over him. He is definitely a man every woman wants to take support from! :)

"She loved a man who didn't love her. She was hung up on a man who did not desire her. And she was doing nothing-not one thing-to improve her situation."

The clash between Diya and her family is typically Indian. There is drama and a drama queen who loves acting which made for a "glued-to-your-seat-till-the-very-end" type of story. The main emphasis is on the two main characters and other characters are not given much limelight. The first part is a bit slow but catches pace when sparks catch fire and Diya goes after her man or he goes after her? Read the book to know! :)

While I loved the book and enjoyed it, I did feel the lack of development of the controversy aspect and the enlightenment of Krish at the end was a bit quick.

Overall I enjoyed Bootie and the Beast and definitely recommend it to all lovers of happily-ever-afters. This is a great holiday read and gets a well deserved 4 out of 5 from me. I liked Falguni's storytelling style and will definitely keep a look out for her subsequent books.

I received an ARC from the author and the tour organizers and I am very thankful to them. The above review is my honest and unbiased opinion and in no way influenced.
290 reviews38 followers
January 1, 2015
A complete review of this book appears on my website, The Booklegger =)
Full Review Here

My biggest problem with this book is the dismally low appearance of booties. A wordplay this tantalising in the title requires a more satisfactory culmination, don't you think? But booties are sadly lacking, almost non-existent actually. First and last page, if I allow myself a little exaggeration. Till now, I had been surprisingly all right with the dismally low number of booties in life. Honestly, before this book, I didn't quite see myself needing them at all, but I clearly do.

Bootie and the Beast is an Indian Mills and Boon. It's my first one, and as far as firsts go, it does a good job. This means that I'll be picking up more of these, mainly the ones with deliciously curious titles – Bollywood Fiance for a Day, The Indian Tycoon's Marriage Deal, You Can't Fight a Royal Attraction (Of course you can't, what an obvious thing to say.)

Anyway, the thing is, there are two ways to read this book. You could try and see if it makes sense, if it arrives at certain logical conclusions and if the plot is intelligently crafted. You could also just read it, and forget the rest of the smart things your brain is capable of doing. I suggest the second option, with a splattering of the first one (it is sort of impossible to completely ignore the first option, it just creeps up on you)...
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Author 10 books83 followers
August 8, 2014
Diya aka Drama Queen is fabulous and could probably have any man she wants, but her heart belongs to The Beast. The Beast, unlike his name, is awfully cute! He might have been a beast once upon a time, but is not so now. Diya, on the other hand, is quite a handful. Falguni Kothari has done a super job with Diya, making her out to be convincingly flighty, but with a moral code that she hangs on to for dear life. The plot is interestingly unusual, the story is funny, and sweet, and warm - definitely read it for all these reasons!
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3 reviews12 followers
May 10, 2014
It is an incredible , fabulous and superb read ....a SUPERHIT which promises to keep you hooked till the pages end .

Loved Diya's nakraas and drama ( which we get to see in all of us )........her never to die spirit for exercises , healthy eating , taking care of her skin (beauty)....... her being a total drama queen .... her love and commitment and passion towards her work...... her love for her parents (her father whom she hates but loves the most....another aspect that many of us could connect too) , her BFFS,her work colleagues and most important Krish -whom with just one glance can give shivers down her body.

What i loved most about Krish is him still being traditional in his thinking inspite of staying soo many years abroad...his control for things in his life knowing he has the tendency to get addicted . His attitude of taking things calmly with Diya and doing everything and anything for his love whom he couldnt and wouldnt afford to loose at any cost but just win...........loved the way the story has woven his character with Diya and their chemistry of love and passion and fights between them.

Hats off to the author for putting such an amazing description of Krish's house out there and all the puppy shame intimate moments between them.

Yet another cool character who wants to give not only our society but also to the world a cyber school which can help children study from any part of the world through net without having to go to actual schools and getting a degree............. who want to make our world a better place to live ...........way to go on this Falguni.

It was fun reading all the pages from the start till it's very end. The author has PROVED IN SHOWING ONCE AGAIN WHAT WE GIRLS WANT.....AND THAT IS FOR A GUY TO COME BACK AFTER US WITH MORE LOVE BEYOND ANYTHING

Falguni has nailed it by putting it in writing and showing that fairytales and happily ever afters don't end with just a kiss but that they actually do begin with one ......
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Author 2 books10 followers
July 7, 2014
Note : This review has been published @ Readers' Muse

I’ve been on this Romance reading spree catching up on all the romance that I missed. As a result of that “catching up” I signed up promptly for this tour expecting a truly beautiful romance.
Our protagonist, “Bootie” Diya Mathur is this supermodel with killer looks sans the brains. She is this typical all brawns no brains type who falls for the geek “Beast” Krish Mathur. That pretty much summarises the story for me. Oh Wait? I forgot something. Yeah I forgot that “Finding each other” part – The crux of this story (Or of any other romance novel for the matter). That crucial “finding each other part” went by so quickly, that it just seemed like a small blip on the radar. In sense, yes the “process” of “finding each other” was written quite elaborately , but then the “final step” of the whole process looked like it was written in a hurry. A weenie bit drag there would have made the trick.

The whole Bootie-Beast love story seemed very superficial. It sort of lacked that depth and conviction for. I am no seasoned romance reader, but for person who reads a lot of books, I can surely tell when a story line isn’t convincing enough.
In spite of the lack of a “convincing” story line, one major plus that I found with this book was the writing. It’s simple and had all “dramatic” ingredients for a romance novel. The characterisation of Diya made just roll my eyes. In sense, she was being such a bitch (oops! I can’t help but swear!) to a nice guy. That, I believe is a victory for the writer.
I truly wonder why the book failed to impress me in spite of having strong, well written characters.

To sum it up, the story is an average romance with characters standing out vying all the attention when the story should be doing that.

VERDICT: Light read not be taken too seriously.

RATING: 3 on 5
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1,608 reviews239 followers
February 17, 2017

Diya Mathur is the Princess of the Indian Fashion World. She is beautiful and smart and bit of a drama queen. She also has the biggest shoe fetish in the world. But this fetish kind of lands her in trouble when she buys a baby bootie. The rumour mills go frenzy and speculations follow her everywhere. To take a break and let the rumours run its course, Diya escapes to her childhood friend’s abode in Texas. Krish Menon is a brooding CFO, dubbed as the beast by Diya, with a commitment issue. Their relationship thrives on teasing and goading each other. But with Diya living under his roof, Krish is forced to confront his secret. Will these two ever stop butting their heads and take a moment to actually take stock of their feelings for each other? Will they be able to come together to find their happily everafter?

When you know how a book is going to end, it is a difficult job for the author to keep the readers engaged throughout the book. Falguni Kothari has managed exactly that with this book. She has loaded the book with generous amount of humour and drama while maintaining a fine balance of both. The narrative is catchy and the author’s language simple to compliment the plot. I liked the way the characters were developed in the book. It allowed us to get up close and personal with our protagonists and live their life with them. Diya is a girly-girl who still believes in fairy tales. Krish on the other hand is this pillar of strength that any woman would love to hang on to!

Overall, this was a light, fun and entertaining read.
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1,813 reviews
September 8, 2019
Bootie and the Beast by Falguni Kothari is the story of Diya Mathur and Krish Menon,. Diya is the Princess of the Indian Fashion World; beautiful, smart, and a bit of a drama queen. She also has a huge shoe obsession which lands her in trouble when she buys a baby bootie. The rumor mills go crazy with all sorts of speculations following her everywhere. In order to please her family, Diya takes a break, hoping the rumors run their course, escaping to her childhood friend’s home in Texas. Krish, called the beast by Diya, is a brooding CFO with a commitment issue. Their relationship is survives on teasing and goading each other; with each being too stubborn to admit their attraction and interest. There were times I wanted to slap one or the other for being so stubborn despite understanding where each was coming from. As the story moves forward, bits and pieces of the past are revealed, revealing how each of them came to repress the emotional baggage they had. Diya and Krish need to stop goading each other, take a moment to take stock of their feelings for each other and then they might just be able to find their happy ever after.

Ms. Kothari wrote a wonderful and emotional story that is not to be missed. She provided a tale rich and imaginative, providing endearing characters giving Diya and Krish a chance at having a true and forever love. I recommend Bootie and the Beast to other readers.
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Author 11 books37 followers
October 16, 2015
It’s many years since I felt the urge to pick up a Mills & Boon novel because there are a lot of books I’d choose over a formulaic romance, which is what these books have to be in my understanding.

So imagine my surprise when I found myself enjoying this one. I’d received a paperback copy as a gift so felt it would have been churlish not to read it. It’s good when you can get back to the giver with an honestly-felt ‘thank you’.

The storyline follows the standard scenario of misunderstandings keeping a couple apart and unable to reveal their true feelings for each other. I won’t add spoilers by saying any more about the plot, except to say that it’s about two expatriate Indians, one a globe-trotting super-star model.

There’s more than a hint of the exotic (for me at least, as I don’t know a great deal about Indian culture) which added interest in the form of different cultural mores and the thinking of the characters. I thought of Bollywood, even though I’ve never watched a Bollywood film!

The writing and language were imaginative and the story arc was satisfying, as was characterisation and descriptions. I was sufficiently immersed to easily conjure images. The dialogue was like eavesdropping on real conversations, which is the ultimate accolade, in my opinion, for dialogue.

All in all a terrific read.
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Author 3 books94 followers
August 10, 2016
A fun and sexy read! Diya "Beauty" Mathur has been crushing on Krish Menon since childhood. Their lives takes them separate places, but due to family and friendships, there's always a reason to reunite occasionally. When a public scandal erupts, throwing Krish and Diya together yet again, their relationship takes another turn. I thought Krish, despite his moniker of "The Beast", was actually fairly sweet. While I don't want to give any spoilers, I'll say that he's always had Diya's best interests at heart. I liked Diya too. Despite being a world-renown super model, she seems relatable. I think every girl goes through that stage on wanting everything to be a fairy tale at least one in their life. Sometimes I wanted to shake one or the other for being so stubborn. =) But I could understand where each was coming from. As the story moves forward, bits and pieces of the past are revealed, unmasking how each of them came to pack the emotional baggage they had. Recommended read!
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122 reviews
June 7, 2014
*3.5* Thanks To Falguni Kothari for the signed copy in Bookcon :)!

"She loved a man who didn't love her. She was hung up on a man who did not desire her. And she was doing nothing-not one thing-to improve her situation."

This book was a really quick and sweet read. Diya, the main character reminded me a lot like Mindy Kaling, in her show "The Mindy Project." I loved the Veer Zaara reference, that was probably one of my most favorite Hindi movies. This book was like a real life fairytale with a mixture of Indian drama.
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304 reviews64 followers
August 12, 2019
When a friend first recommended this author to me, she described the author's writing as 'fun, addictive & trippy'. And after reading Bootie & The Beast, I've to say that I couldn't agree more.

This was a really cute, super fun read, that was pretty hard to put down once I picked it up. From adorable characters to root for to swoony romance to just the right amount of romantic angst - this one had it all.

I definitely recommend this to folks who enjoy this genre of Indian romances.

- Shantala @ Shanaya Tales
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226 reviews
August 28, 2019
This is a bright and breezy book. I greatly enjoyed the wordplay between the characters. Sparkling and, in places, laugh out loud dialogue. Both characters, but especially "The Beast", are dense and frustrating in their interactions with each other. Nothing a good shake couldn't fix! The book's style is reminiscent of It's Your Move, Wordfreak, another of the author's rom-coms I thoroughly enjoyed.

I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from the publisher and am voluntarily reviewing the book
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954 reviews40 followers
August 6, 2016
Cute fun quick and entertaining read. Nice addition of humor to help keep the reading lighthearted and interesting. A bit predictable but handled well. The characters are nicely developed and easy to connect with on a lighter level. I'd recommend this for those who enjoy romance and are looking for something light and easy to read. I received an evaluation copy of this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion.
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Author 5 books51 followers
March 9, 2015
A light romance based on the fairy tale. Enjoyed certain parts but Diya, the beauty was a bit too girly and pink for my taste. I liked how the author has set the story in different places like Dallas, Mumbai and Saudi Arabia. I finished reading it in a day. Yes, though the book drags initially, it picks up pace during the second half.

I'm enjoying the indian author mills & boons collection. Seeing Indian characters falling in and out of love is a sheer delight!
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256 reviews14 followers
September 11, 2019
This novel was pure escapism for me and I can say it was a fun ride. Diya and Krish are as different as night and day but a circumstance draws them into each other's lives. Think Beauty and the Beast thoroughly modernized!
I enjoy this author's writing and found this book an easy, lighthearted read.
I received an Advance Review Copy of this book. All opinions are my own. @Tallpoppybloggers @tallpoppywriters @falgunikothari #bookstagram
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83 reviews24 followers
January 27, 2015
Awesome flair!! Fun, spicy and sassy. Just enough to have great fun with book. Looking forward to read more interesting novels by interesting writer Falguni Kothari :P :P
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9 reviews12 followers
April 24, 2016
I loved Diya she was amazing and strong.The best was she knew what she wanted and she had worked hard and made a name for herself. Despite being surrounded by nerds she knew her weaknesses and strengths and did what she was best at.
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Author 26 books437 followers
May 31, 2014
A fun tale of opposites attracting. I totally enjoyed Bootie and the Beast and can’t wait to read more from Ms. Kothari.
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113 reviews1 follower
June 30, 2014
Another great read by Falguni Kothari. Really enjoyed the book. Quick fun read. Makes you wish for a fairy tale romance :)
1,065 reviews6 followers
September 6, 2019
Fun and excitement await as you read the exploits of a beautiful model and businesswoman and her beast.
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Author 8 books149 followers
March 17, 2017

Diya Mathur has long had a crush on childhood friend Krish Menon, and he one on her. Why, then, have they not managed to get together before now? They were in fact engaged at one point, but Diya broke it off when Krish refused to kiss her, assuming that he had only agreed to marry her because her father, whom he deeply respects, asked him to.

Nine years later, Diya is a supermodel, jaunting about the world promoting the fashion line Scheherazade. Until the paparazzi snap her photo holding a baby bootie, and assume that she's pregnant. Diya's dad insists that she lie low, staying with Krish in Dallas rather than returning home to India, until the gossip blows over.

There's a lot of humor in Kothari's writing ("In the dog eat dog world only the cat would survive"), but not much of a plot here. The story consists mainly of scenes of drama-queen Diya and sort-of-bully Krish clashing, both trying to pretend that they are not attracted to one another. I'm not a big fan of histrionic personalities, so I had a hard time with Diya's overblowing every little thing Krish said or did into a major problem. And I didn't really understand what had kept them apart in the past (Did I miss the explanation of why Krish did not kiss her nine years ago?), or what is still keeping them apart now. Squabbling like elementary school kids instead of talking like adults, perhaps?
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Author 15 books304 followers
Shelved as 'no-thank-you'
August 8, 2018
I somehow persisted after the male MC called the female MC a slut. I DNFed when he called her a promiscuous bitch. I just didn't care about his HEA after that. Don't care how angry he was, not okay. Disappointing, because overall I was enjoying this. :(
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92 reviews13 followers
July 25, 2014
If “It’s your move Wordfreak” was about scrabbles then this book is all about fairytales, prince, princesses, ogres, elves. Once again Falguni has played very well with the words to give us a very sweet and beautiful love story. I learned some more new words from the book. I did enjoy the book but first part of the book focuses too much on the fairy-tales and it gets bit irritating sometimes. Actually I have compared the book too much to the “It’s your move Wordfreak” and I must say I enjoyed the game of scrabbles more than the fairy-tales.

About the title: If you are wondering why the book is titled “Bootie and the Beast”, well that’s because it’s a little bootie that Diya is pictured buying creates a scandal which forces her to stay with the “Beast” a.k.a Krish.
Read the book, you will enjoy it.

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