Grown-Up Pose is a national best-seller!

I am beyond excited to share the news that Grown-Up Pose is a Canadian fiction bestseller! Our Saturday morning tradition of coffee and reading the Globe and Mail has never been such a sweet surprise. Thank you to everyone for your love, support and preorders! I am so grateful.

The 20 Most Anticipated Books Of March 2020 (Bustle)

There are so many great books coming out this year – and it’s only March! Bustle has shared a list of 20 books that they can’t wait to read and I’m super excited that Grown-Up Pose is on the list with some really great company! “After separating from a husband she married too soon, a…

27 Novels Feminists Should Read in 2020 (Bitch Media)

“Grown-Up Pose is a mediation on women who want to follow their own path for their own life.” If you’re looking for some great books to read, then I highly suggest checking out some of the amazing titles on this list, including Grown-Up Pose! You can read about the other books on Bitch Media’s website.

Book Matters (Khabar)

Khabar, an online magazine for the Indian-American community recently highlighted Grown-Up Pose in their “Book Matters” section. “Lalli’s fiction explores cultural identity, the tussle between tradition and modernity, family ties, and cross-cultural romance—and this novel is no different. … Anu’s struggle to find herself is wrought with obstacles and sometimes frustrating, but the resolution of her…

Best Books of the Month (Amazon)

I am extremely excited to share that Grown-Up Pose has been chosen as one of Amazon’s Best Books of the Month in the Romance category! You can check out the books on the list here.

13 Romance Writers On Their Favourite Love Stories Of All Time (Bustle)

Bustle had 13 romance writers recommend their favourite love stories, and they’ve picked everything from literary classics to brand-new releases. For some, their favourite love stories came from non-romance novels. Casey McQuiston loved Evelyn and Celia’s relationship in The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, and Soniah Kamal can’t get enough of Lata’s romances with Kabir and Haresh…