Book Review: A House for Happy Mothers by Amulya Malladi

An interesting read that left me a little disappointed.

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Good | 3/5 stars | Buy your copy of A House for Happy Mothers

Overview: 
Priya and Madhu can’t have a baby the traditional way and begin looking into surrogacy. Happy Mothers a surrogate house in India seems to be the perfect fit. Asha comes into their lives to carry their baby and we’re taken on a nine month journey of  sadness, love, and hope.

What I loved: 
Characters were great and the story was interesting.

What I didn’t: 
Was left cheated and disappointed.

If you like books that deal with surrogacy: definitely check this one out as well as The Choices We Make

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I received a copy from BookSparks in exchange for an honest review.

Book Review: The Yoga of Max’s Discontent by Karan Bajaj

A refreshing read about determination, self discovery, and enlightenment.

Read | 4/5 stars | Buy your copy of The Yoga of Max’s Discontent 


Overview: Max had an extremely rough childhood yet with his mothers love and support he was able to excel in school and become financially stable. As it turns out though, it wasn’t enough. He begins to question his own life, his surroundings, and his happiness. In a moment, he drops everything and takes off for India where a spiritual journey awaits. 

What I loved: It made me question life and what really matters, challenged my believes, and brought joy and heartache. The descriptions were vivid. A refreshing read about determination, self discovery, and enlightenment. 

What I didn’t: Another rags to riches story (but slightly different), some of the things that occurred were a little far fetched for me to wrap my mind around.

If you liked Big Magic, The Secret, or Eat, Pray, Love, or then: you’ll enjoy this one.

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I received an e-copy from Karan himself in exchange for an honest review.