Flowers and chocolates might be on the shopping list this week, along with these new novels of love, both lost and found.
The Matchmaker’s List, Sonya Lalli
Raina made a deal with her grandmother. If Raina hasn’t found a husband by age 29, her nani will compile a list of suitable suitors. Our heroine — half-Indian, half-white, fully Canadian — tells herself that modern matchmaking is really just “arranged dating” and she won’t actually have to marry one of nani’s seven prospects. A smart and amusing entry into the chick-lit canon, this is the Saskatchewan-born, Toronto-based author’s first novel.
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