Twinkle lonely at school. Her ex-best friend, Maddie has left her to hang out with the popular kids. Twinkle longs to become one of them so that she and Maddie can be friends again. Twinkle think that the best way to do this would be to date Neil Roy, a popular pre-Olympic athlete. Twinkle is an aspiring film director, so when Neil’s twin brother Sahil approaches her to collaborate for a movie project, she thinks this is her chance. Twinkle spends more time with Sahil, working on the movie and begins to see him in a new light. She also meets his friends and begins spending time with them. To complicate matters further, Twinkle gets an anonymous admirer sending her emails, only signing the name ‘N’.
This book was AMAZING. Seriously, if you loved When Dimple Met Rishi, definitely check this one out! It’s cute, it’s fluffy, it’s full of obscure film references! OK, so I didn’t get all the film references, but that doesn’t detract from the enjoyment of the book at all. The book is written as a series of letters between Twinkle and her favourite female directors. Twinkle is lovely and insecure and watching her grow over the course of the book was amazing. Sahil was completely adorkable. He was like the most wonderful guy and I just wanted him to be happy forever. There was a wonderful cast of characters who were fleshed out. This book was like a wonderfully adorable contemporary romance and you need it in your life.
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