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    Beautiful Imagery

    This book is beautifully written. The imagery is top notch. I was absolutely transported and immersed in the sights and smells of Colonial India. The beginning is very reminiscent of The Secret Garden so I was a little concerned that it was going to be a cheap knock off version but after Sarah was swept away to England by her aunt the parallels ended and the story began to stand on its own legs. Sarah is a likeable character that you want to root for, she may be a proper English lady but she isn't the pushover that society expects her to be thank goodness, and as the story builds so does her self assurance and backbone. This is a love story of star crossed lovers, but it is also a tale of homecoming and destiny. Towards the end it seemed a bit hurried, I would have liked more drama in the (anti) climactic parts, but instead it sort of fizzles out. You get a mostly satisfactory ending but certain parts of storyline ended up a bit abandoned for some reason.
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    Sumptuous and Romantic

    The exotic setting is India during British rule. Sarah, proper wife of a bullying English officer, falls headlong for powerful Ravi Sabran in a very improper romance. You can smell the jasmine in the gardens of the Maharajah’s palace, hear the hearts of the lovers beat, feel the intense heat of the baking sun as you immerse fully into the story as sumptuous as that radiant cover. 5/5 Pub Date 21 Jun 2019. Thanks to the author, Harper Impulse and Killer Reads, and NetGalley for the review copy. Opinions are mine. #TheJasmineWife #NetGalley
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