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In Brooke Burroughs’s endearing debut novel set in vibrant India enemies turned allies encounter obstacles in an unexpected multicultural romance only to discover that in the end love is loveEmma has always lived her life according to a plan But after turning down her boyfriend’s proposal everything starts to crumble In an effort to save the one thin When Emma gets the chance to lead a team developing an app for a project she s put her heart and soul into she jumps at the chance even if it means moving to Bangladesh for a year What she doesn t realize is that the job was promised to Rishi who she has to court into become her lead developer In exchange for joining the team Emma agrees to help him develop code to find the perfect wife But after Emma and Rishi start spending and time together both of them maybe wish she hadn tTo be honest I was a little nervous reading a book by a non Indian author that so heavily involves Indian culture and most of which takes place in Indian The author s website and brief bio in the book explain it s based a little bit at least on her own experiences of moving to India for work and falling in love I kind of wish this had been one of those at the beginning of the book author s notes I think it makes the story relatable Digestible I m not sure something Overall I uite enjoyed the book The characters were wonderful and I LOVED the food descriptions seriously I ordered Indian food immediately after reading The character of Rishi was in such a difficult position but I really understood each of his actions the author did a great job of showing us each character s motivations and making them seem fully real and three dimensional I also love the representation of a woman in STEM leading a romcom It s not something we see often and as a woman in STEM myself I loved seeing that especially because the book hardly even addressed that she was a woman in STEM Not every book with a woman in STEM lead has to point out every five seconds that she s the only woman in a room or groundbreaking or different I love that this book just treated it as a normal career and not a point of adversity or plot point I will say the book was definitely on the long side It s a bit of an epic for a rom com and maybe it s of a romance than a rom com But on the other hand I m not really sure what could have been cut Maybe I wouldn t have had the same praise for how well developed and explained the characters were if it were a 75 pages shorter But it did make me a bit antsy when it just kept going and going Overall would recommend 5 stars 810 Thank you to Publishing and Montlake for my ARC in exchange for an honest review Gloom Town kind of wish this had been one of those at the beginning of the book author s notes I think it makes the story relatable Digestible I m not sure something Overall I uite enjoyed the book The characters were wonderful and I LOVED the food descriptions seriously I ordered Indian food immediately after reading The character of Rishi was in such a difficult position but I really understood each of his actions the author did a great job of showing us each character s motivations and making them seem fully real and three dimensional I also love the representation of a woman in STEM leading a romcom It s not something we see often and as a woman in STEM myself I loved seeing that especially because the book hardly even addressed that she was a woman in STEM Not every book with a woman in STEM lead has to point out every five seconds that she s the only woman in a room or groundbreaking or different I love that this book just treated it as a normal career and not a point of adversity or plot point I will say the book was definitely on the long side It s a bit of an epic for a rom com and maybe it s of a romance than a rom com But on the other hand I m not really sure what could have been cut Maybe I wouldn t have had the same praise for how well developed and explained the characters were if it were a 75 pages shorter But it did make me a bit antsy when it just uinze dias kept going and going Overall would recommend 5 stars 810 Thank you to Publishing and Montlake for my ARC in exchange for an honest review

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G she cares about her job she must recruit her colleague Rishi to be on her development teamonly she may or may not have received the position he was promised She didRishi cannot believe that he got passed over for promotion To make matters worse not only does his job reuire him to return home to Bangalore with his nemesis Emma but his parents now expect Sweet and laidbackFor me this is the kind of debut that starts out strong then loses steam along the way It s a true romance complete with an enemies to lovers style relationship and some lighthearted friction It s got closed door intimate scenes and just a touch of sexiness yet still feels like a modern love story I really enjoyed getting to know both characters and the story will completely immerse the reader into Indian culture Where this falters for me is the heavy heavy focus on that Indian culture Rishi is searching for the perfect parent approved bride for the vast majority of the story and it gets extremely detailed There s a point where enough was enough and the details became boring but I also loved the uniueness There s a fine line between the twoThe story follows Rishi a man returning to his home of India after working in the States for years Rishi has largely separated from his traditional upbringing but after seeing how his brother s marriage to a non parent approved woman tore the family apart he s decided to go back to his roots in a lot of ways He s looking for the perfect traditional Indian wife and using a search engine he developed to do so The problem His new co worker a red headed American who stole his job invaded his life and seems to hold all of his interestI had every intention of rating this higher because I actually did like a lot of the story But it just dragged SO MUCH in the middle The focus becomes very much about India their food and culture before slowly transitioning back into the romance During the middle Rishi also just bugged me like crazy with his determination to please his parents That took some of the sparkle out of this love story but that doesn t mean that I didn t enjoy a lot of it Ultimately this is a very promising debut It s got the laidback kinda sweet vibe that you d expect from the cover it remains clean for the most part and it was pretty charming Travel lovers will appreciate all of the detail and modern romance lovers will fall for the characters জামশেদ মুস্তফির হাড় kind of debut that starts out strong then loses steam along the way It s a true romance complete with an enemies to lovers style relationship and some lighthearted friction It s got closed door intimate scenes and just a touch of sexiness yet still feels like a modern love story I really enjoyed getting to Memoirs of Madame de La Tour du Pin know both characters and the story will completely immerse the reader into Indian culture Where this falters for me is the heavy heavy focus on that Indian culture Rishi is searching for the perfect parent approved bride for the vast majority of the story and it gets extremely detailed There s a point where enough was enough and the details became boring but I also loved the uniueness There s a fine line between the twoThe story follows Rishi a man returning to his home of India after working in the States for years Rishi has largely separated from his traditional upbringing but after seeing how his brother s marriage to a non parent approved woman tore the family apart he s decided to go back to his roots in a lot of ways He s looking for the perfect traditional Indian wife and using a search engine he developed to do so The problem His new co worker a red headed American who stole his job invaded his life and seems to hold all of his interestI had every intention of rating this higher because I actually did like a lot of the story But it just dragged SO MUCH in the middle The focus becomes very much about India their food and culture before slowly transitioning back into the romance During the middle Rishi also just bugged me like crazy with his determination to please his parents That took some of the sparkle out of this love story but that doesn t mean that I didn t enjoy a lot of it Ultimately this is a very promising debut It s got the laidback Something in the Wine The Moonstone Series kinda sweet vibe that you d expect from the cover it remains clean for the most part and it was pretty charming Travel lovers will appreciate all of the detail and modern romance lovers will fall for the characters

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Him to choose a bride and get married So when Emma makes him an offer join her team and she’ll write an algorithm to find him the perfect bride he reluctantly acceptsNeither of them expect her marriage code to work so well or to fall for one another which leads Emma and Rishi to wonder if leaving fate up to formulas is really an euation for lasting lo 45 stars Debugging their relationship Emma has been put in the unenviable position of recruiting as lead developer for her team the man who had been promised the supervisory position she was given Needless to say they don t start out their relationship with enthusiastic warm fuzziesSo Emma works out a deal with Rishi to help design a matchmaker program to find him the perfect bride and get his parents off his backThis was a fun romance though a little longer than average with the added pleasure of an Indian setting which was so wonderfully descriptive that I m now ready to explore Indian cuisine beyond chicken curry lol The author notes in her bio that she herself spent time working a STEM job in India along with marrying a coworker she met there and she demonstrates a clear as well as amusing and freuently affectionate familiarity with the cultureEmma Rishi are sympathetic relatable and the premise of their story is readily believable Rishi s developing relationship with Emma is further complicated by his family s expectations but then the whole point of his efforts was to avoid letting his parents pick his bride for him where will he put his foot down It s a romance so we know it will be at our heroine s side but it s an entertaining journey getting thereRomance level passionate kisses secular attitudes about sex a couple sleeps together but no graphic detailsLanguage moderate but does also include about 15 uses of the f wordReligion some very minor discussion of religious beliefs but the story is secular Use of the Lord s Name carelessly ie in vain sadly unnecessarily but not as curses at least fwiw Reiki A Comprehensive Guide know it will be at our heroine s side but it s an entertaining journey getting thereRomance level passionate জামশেদ মুস্তফির হাড় kisses secular attitudes about sex a couple sleeps together but no graphic detailsLanguage moderate but does also include about 15 uses of the f wordReligion some very minor discussion of religious beliefs but the story is secular Use of the Lord s Name carelessly ie in vain sadly unnecessarily but not as curses at least fwiw


10 thoughts on “The Marriage Code

  1. says:

    When Emma gets the chance to lead a team developing an app for a project she's put her heart and soul into she jumps at the chance eve

  2. says:

    The Marriage Code is a great debut that is immersed in Indian culture has a strong female character in STEM and is a charming romance with an enemies to lovers trope that readers will fall in love withEmma is a strong independent woman who is dedicated to her job She is smart and shows that a woman can dominate in the STEM world She has been in a relationship for a while and when her boyfriend proposes she declines She uestions w

  3. says:

    Burroughs weaves a realistic yet romantic tale of two characters who appear opposite in nearly every way and yet so compatible Rishi and Emma are both great protagonists that you can’t helped but root for India is presented in loving detail and with such passion you’d be hard pressed to not feel Emma’s excitement at every ‘adventure’ Burroughs’ debut is a solid offering and I’ll be looking for from her in the future

  4. says:

    4 starsI highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good RomCom Emma is a very organized career driven and structured woman After she ends up turning down her boyfriend’s proposal things start to get messy But at least she has her job She is told to recruit Rishi a new colleague that transferred branches to be on her new App developme

  5. says:

    Sweet and laidbackFor me this is the kind of debut that starts out strong then loses steam along the way It's a true romance complete with an enemies to lovers style relationship and some lighthearted friction It's got closed door intimate scenes and just a touch of sexiness yet still feels like a modern love story I really enjoyed getting to know both characters and the story will completely immerse the reader into Indian cult

  6. says:

    A Book You Want to Like ButThis debut novel has gotten good buzz and the book itself is at least in part based on the author's experience as an American woman working in India in IT fun to have a STEM heroine based in reality that part does come across well and as someone who married an Indian man some of which is supposedly depicted in the book However the book suffers from flaws typical of debut novels even though according t

  7. says:

    45 stars Debugging their relationship Emma has been put in the unenviable position of recruiting as lead developer for her team the man who had been promised the supervisory position she was given  Needless to say they don't start out their relationship with enthusiastic warm fuzziesSo Emma works out a deal with Rishi

  8. says:

    ✨Review✨Thank you so much publishing for the free ARC of “The Marriage Code” to review Readers can grab a

  9. says:

    I'll read pretty much anything set in India but this one wasn't for me I'm not a fan of chick lit and no amount of banging

  10. says:

    Very charming story about Emma and Rishi who discover love amidst the competitive world of tech design and the difficulties of a cross cultural relationship Don’t read this when you are hungry the depictions of the food alone will send you rushing for a snack or a great cup of coffee Enjoyable even if a little predictable A perfect read to relax and unwind with

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