Jyoti Arora books in order
Jyoti Arora is an Indian novelist and blogger.
A holder of a Master's degrees in English Literature and Applied Psychology, Jyoti's work has won several blogging competitions, with her life story being covered in a number of local and national TV shows, radio programs, newspapers, magazines and websites.
In 2016, she was named among the 100 women achievers of India who were invited as special guests to witness the country’s Republic Day parade.
Other than reading and writing novels, Jyoti loves blogging, watching movies, checking out technological innovations, and listening to old Bollywood songs.
Genres: Contemporary , Fantasy / SF
- Dream's Sake (2012)
- Lemon Girl (2014)
- You Came Like Hope (2017)
- #JustRomance (2019)
Detailed book overview
Aashi is determined to fight for her dreams. After all, one has to be a little selfish in order to survive in this world.
Abhi, however, can’t seem to understand that.
Fulfilling his dreams built on the foundations of Aashi's failed hopes is something that he simply cannot live with.
His sister Priyam and friend Sid aren’t any different either. And in the path of their love too lies a dream—the dream of a dead and betrayed mother.
The past haunts the present whilst threatening the future.
Friendship will face the ultimate test and love cannot be without sacrifice.
In a society that vilifies the victim more than the offender, Nirvi is a young girl struggling to forgive herself for that which she did not do.
She is a girl regretful of her past and frightened of her future.
When Arsh first sees Nirvi, she's a free and honest girl bursting with life.
When he however sees her the next time, she is a grim shadow of her former self.
And Arsh won’t rest until he uncovers what truly made Nirvi change.
Nirvi is aware that she is heading down a destructive path from which she will never recover.
Will her spirit survive the terrible downfall?
Does true love have the power to rejuvenate a dying soul?
Peehu: I lay in the next room; quiet and motionless as I listened to them mourn my death.
Adih: Broken people are the best at hiding their feelings. You can be with them an entire evening and still not know that they are hurting inside.
Uday: He is sharp, smart and rich. Who would ever say no to him?
Pooja: Pooja never gave any explanation. She just arrived in his home, resenting being married to him.”
Arunav: He had smiled and acted as though it didn’t hurt. But it did.”
This book unmasks some bitter truths, challenges widespread prejudices that will force you to re-examine your beliefs.
This is a collection of 7 heart-warming love stories that will undoubtedly make you smile.
You raised a song in my heart
That I never knew before.
Now kiss me, Love,
For I yearn to know
What a dream must taste like.
Seven couples, seven relatable contemporary Indian romances all in one delicious book.
With realistic characters that will spark your heart, these romances—spanning across mountains, forests, glowing beaches—are perfect for anyone who is in love with love.