Butterfly Season by Natasha Ahmed

On her first holiday in six years, Rumi is expecting to relax and unwind. But when she is set up by her long-time friend, she doesn’t shy away from the possibilities. Ahad, a charming, independent, self-made man, captures her imagination, drawing her away from her disapproving sister, Juveria.

Faced with sizzling chemistry and a meeting of the minds, Ahad and Rumi find themselves deep in a relationship that moves forward with growing intensity. But as her desire for the self-assured Ahad grows, Rumi struggles with a decision that will impact the rest of her life.

My views : Story of a million girls and guys told through beautiful Rumi from Pakistan and charming Ahad in London. Rumi has cultural inhibitions and an orthodex set of people governing her life (or so she thinks) while Ahad has never felt love and protectiveness for any one before. When they meet , they have lots to learn from each other and teach a bit too.  This is a lovely story of finding own voice and to find happiness. This is also about having great friends who care for you and of finding your own identity and freedom from other's judgments. and while you are relishing all this , it some where hits you that perhaps on the name of culture we sometimes inhibit our own love and give air to insecurities .I totally loved this novella. 

Rating : 4/5

This is an e book published by Indireads ( who happen to have some amazing titles ) . You can check this book here


  1. The title is so impressive, no? Sounds like a really nice engaging read. :) :)

    1. It is ! i too loved the title a lot :) Partly the reason for me to pick this one.

  2. i had got this book for review a few weeks back.will be posting the review soon


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