Genre: General Fiction (Adult)
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing
Publication Date: August 27, 2017
The recipe for a warm and humorous story…
In a modest bowl of Nashville, gently place a girl who is Country music, Bible belt, and a Steakhouse foodie.
Then add a surprise portion of exotic and handsome Anglo Indian, who is a passionate Bollywood director, vegetarian and Hindu.
Stir vigorously on a bed of intense attraction.
At first, the ingredients will seem to clash and separate.
Include a dollop of jealous boyfriend and a meddling mother.
Splash in a serving of fun and mischievous friends. Keep stirring…
Add a dash of crazy aunt and a minister father to keep the flavors working together.
Sprinkle in even more complicated family members to taste.
Cook on high emotions.
The secret ingredient that cuts through the sweetness is a final layer of shocking revelation that adds a surprising depth of flavor.
Finish with a twist of ‘Oh My God! Is she really going to do that?’.
Serve as tasty bite-size chapters in a novel dish of mayhem and madness with a side of Country music and Bollywood dancing.
This book is written in the first-person narrative, with you constantly in the main character head throughout the course of the book.
Mary Poser: Butterflies and White Lies as Bollywood Comes to Nashville by Angle A wasn’t for me. I found it lagged and too heavy on the religious aspect. Which made it very difficult for me to complete, I had to actually force myself to do just that.
Would I recommend this book? To me, I wouldn’t read again. But if you’re into learning about new culture and faiths. Then this might be just right for you.