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ARC Review: Hana Khan Carries On by Uzma Jalaluddin
Hana Khan Carries On

4 Stars

Book Info

Released: April 13 2021
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published by Berkley Books
Pages: 368
Format: eARC
 

“These books are like a warm, comforting blanket and I can’t recommend them enough.”

~ Under the Covers

Recommended Read!

Book recommendation coming at you! When I read AYESHA AT LAST I fell in love with the ease of storytelling this author showed. So to say I was excited to read HANA KHAN CARRIES ON is an understatement. And you know what? She didn’t disappoint!

This book touches on a variety of subjects, from workplace discrimination, microaggressions and Islamophobia to name a few, to standing up for ones beliefs and ultimately following your dreams.

I really loved Hana’s character, even when she was doing things she knew were wrong. It’s so satisfying to see a character grow perfectly throughout a book and this was a great example of that. Hana’s journey as a person, in her family and professional life, was a pleasure to see.

The romance between Hana and Aydin is also so sweet. Is that crazy when it’s an enemies to lovers since they have competing halal restaurants in the same neighborhood? This book is packed full of great banter between our main characters, the underlying attraction that they just don’t want to feel but can’t deny. Plenty of neighborhood and family drama! And let’s not forget cousin Rashid. Omg, so funny!!

Did I love this one even more than AYESHA? Why yes, yes I did! These books are like a warm, comforting blanket and I can’t recommend them enough.



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About Uzma Jalaluddin

Hello and welcome! I am the author of the diverse romantic comedy, AYESHA AT LAST (HarperCollins Canada 2018, Atlantic Books UK 2019, Berkley Books USA 2019). My debut novel is a Pride and Prejudice reboot, set in a close knit Toronto Muslim community and inside a boisterous South Asian family. I also write a funny parenting column called SAMOSAS AND MAPLE SYRUP for The Toronto Star, Canada's largest daily newspaper. I live in Toronto with my husband and children. Read more of my writing at uzmajalaluddin.com and thanks for visiting!

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Elizabeth

Hana seems like a fantastic character and I’m intrigued by the idea of neighborhood drama.

Darynda Jones

This sounds adorable! Thanks for the fantastic review!

Under the Covers Book Blog

Thank you! It really is a great comforting read but also with depth

Amy R

Thanks for the review.