It is easy to love. - Anaïs Nin. A book that begins with these words deserves all the love it gets. And maybe a bit more. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Another series of Romance, with a doze of mystery and intrigue. The Macalisters by Erica Taylor.
Falling in love, thanks to A R Rahman, Vairamuthu and Mani Rathnam.
The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Ten more days to it and Valentine’s day is here. It has been nine years since this post and a good ten years of knowing Sail. In recognition of friendship, and love… reblogging it.
Love makes man want to do the most insanest of things.
I am not supposed to be saying this – I have been warned by Sail. Of course, you know Sail!
As cranky as I can be, I have fallen in love with Sail, or so I claim. It is so much fun to torture her with my love. When we, my sister and I, were small, we expressed our love in the most ridiculous manner – we played WWF or Jurassic park.. Sigh…!!!! With Sail, it is just an “I love You” and the woman swoons as if I were demented and pleads for mercy! So afraid of the social taboos and impression that people may get.
Now this is the story – Valentine’s Day Special! 🙂
I bought Sail earrings – Chandelier earrings that cost 150 rupees, pink ones with a little heart right in the middle…
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My Favourite Movie, Romance (Tamil)
The Scoundrel's Honor by Christi Caldwell ⭐⭐⭐