Radha & Jai’s Recipe for Romance by Nisha Sharma

Radha & Jai’s Recipe for Romance
by Nisha Sharma
#arcreview
Pub Date: July 13, 2021
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Radha is an amazing Kathak dancer but soon doubts everything after some salacious gossip is revealed to her and she leaves in the middle of the most important competition of her career.
Trying to start over in a new town at a new performing arts school. She meets Jai (who looks like Ranveer Singh) who has so many things that he needs to do in order to even think about college and doesn’t have time to fall in love but Radha comes along.
There is so much cooking in this book and familial relationships created through cooking which I love. And omg recipes, thank you!
I enjoyed this romance in this performing arts high school for Kathak, Bollywood, traditional dancing, the different backgrounds the MCs came from and experience they brought to the story.
Thank you Crown Books and net galley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.

Synopsis:

To All the Boys I Loved Before meets World of Dance in this delectable love story that combines food, dance, and a hint of drama to cook up the perfect romance.

Radha is on the verge of becoming one of the greatest Kathak dancers in the world . . . until a family betrayal costs her the biggest competition of her life. Now, she has left her Chicago home behind to follow her stage mom to New Jersey. At the Princeton Academy of the Arts, Radha is determined to leave performing in her past, and reinvent herself from scratch.

Jai is captain of the Bollywood Beats dance team, ranked first in his class, and an overachiever with no college plans. Tight family funds means medical school is a pipe dream, which is why he wants to make the most out of high school. When Radha enters his life, he realizes she’s the exact ingredient he needs for a show-stopping senior year.

With careful choreography, both Radha and Jai will need to face their fears (and their families) if they want a taste of a happily ever after.

A delicious YA rom-com full of heart, flavor, and just enough heat. -JULIE MURPHY, New York Times bestselling author of Dumplin’

A tasty treat! Nisha Sharma always delights. -MEG CABOT, author of The Princess Diaries

A sumptuous tale of dance, food, and culture. I savored every last page! – PINTIP DUNN, New York Times bestselling author

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