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    A promising start for this debut author!

    I picked up this book because one of my very favorite authors—Nalini Singh—recommended it to her readers. The synopsis sounded very interesting and I had never read anything with an Indian/Bollywood influence so I thought I’d take a chance. A BOLLYWOOD AFFAIR is a book that is full of culture, tradition, customs and love. The love of a husband who she’s never met. The love of a brother who would do anything for his own. The love of a husband for his wife. The love a mother/grandmother has for her child/grandchildren, and an unimaginable love between a man and a woman that defies all odds. The story takes us on a deeply heart-felt journey of circumstance and self-discovery. It is not just a love story; it’s about not letting your fears define you and dealing with the struggle to forgive even the most heinous of wrongs. I enjoyed the story and especially loved learning about the Indian culture. I thought the book was refreshing and original and I would definitely recommend it to any reader. This is a promising debut for Sonali Dev and I look forward to her next adventure. ***I was gifted an eBook copy from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. All conclusions reached are my own.
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    The first 5 to 10 chapters were a bit confusing figuring out the storyline and where all the characters fit in . Once mili and Samir were both in the USA it got easier to follow. I enjoyed the chemistry between Samir and mili. There were some entertaining moments especially with radhi's family.
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    Bollywood Affair

    I enjoyed this book because it felt like being in a fun Indian movie (without dancing). A beautiful modern Cinderella story.
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    Stayed up all night to finish it!

    I love Bollywood movies, and this is a perfect literary representation. It made me laugh, cry, and stay up all night to finish it. A fantastic debut novel and I can't wait to read her next.
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    Wow!

    Fabulously convoluted, with a new twist every chapter (or so it seemed), this is a really fun book which I thoroughly enjoyed. The contrast between Mumbai, Balpur and Ypsilanti were really well depicted, and the misunderstandings along the way were really something else. What a plot!
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