Book Review: When Dimple Met Rishi

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon
Rated โคโคโคโค/5
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Published: 05/30/17

Buy or Borrow: Buy

Dimple is a coder. She has plans to win first place at Insomnia Con and win first place then go on to college. Her plans doesn’t include a boyfriend. Rishi is also going to the Con, but he is only going to meet and get to know Dimple, because their family wants both of them to get married after college. Only problem is, Dimple is not aware of the arrangement. So what happens when Dimple finds out why Rishi is at the program and what does that mean for what she wants for herself?

When Dimple met Rishi is one of the cutest YA books I’ve read. I enjoyed reading about India and the culture, how much Dimple loved to stand up for the people she cared for, how supportive the parents were, the strong female friendship and all the technology and art details involved in the book.

I thought Rishi was a perfect complement to Dimple. He supported her dreams and I believe this is very important in relationships. I also enjoyed how Menon wrote about the struggles of trying to be independent and having a relationship. They are not mutually exclusive no matter what society says.

I wished for more scenes of Dimple and Rishi working on their project together. I think the romance kind of took away from that, but overall it was a fun read.

I’d recommend the book to other readers.

Happy Reading,

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February TBR

I got to complete a whole book in January even though January felt like forever. That one book was important to me to complete because I’m trying to find a way to keep my hobbies (reading, filming, blogging & making wigs) and succeed in PA school.

If you’ve been following my blog or Instagram or Youtube, you’ll know that PA school is really really hard & time comsuming. I almost want to stop blogging but then, that thought makes me really sad. So, I will keeping trying to balance both since they’re a part of me.

Here, I have my very small February TBR list:

1. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Manon

2. Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes

3. There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins

Have you read any of this ? And what books are you reading this month?