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Book Review: What I Love about You and Our Memories | Pages of Love

February reminds us of the season of love, and Valentine Day is around and near. Millions of people have begun their search online for best valentine gift for wife or love. Even I did this and found Pages of Love. Since we guys are more into books and reading, this book perfectly suited to what I had been looking for long time.

“What I Love about You and Our Memories” is a cute gift book on the occasion of expressing love. This is one of its own kind and rare book for expressing love and sharing memories and much more. It is fill-in-the-blank in English. Words are powerful tools to impress or hurt your dear and loved words. But, at the same time, you can express all about love and sharing attitude for your lover, partner, and spouse.

Talking about the book, it is colourful that overall it looks quite exquisite. The book has many colourful pictures depicting love, coupled with riveting quotes. There are many questions that one needs to fill for her/his loved ones. This book is filled by one for other. Overall, there are around 64 pages. This book makes a perfect gift in reasonable budget.

There is a variety in the content inside the book, as it talks about questions on how one feels at the first sight, first date, first day, and more. There are also many pages where one can put memorable pictures and that is like making a favourite album for recounting memories.

The book is like feel yourself and express your love kind of. It is beyond any genre, if you really want to impress your wife or love this valentine with words, you must try this book. Filling this book is nothing less than like falling in love again.

This Valentine, express your love through the power of words with Pages of Love. You can find many themes for various occasions through Pages of Love on Amazon.


  1. Amazing Story and the review, will surely read this book.


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