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Monday, January 2, 2012

Busted In Bollywood by Nicola Marsh

I just finished reading Busted in Bollywood, and I feel kind of giddy. This book was really good. The characters were so colorful and believable. Nicola Marsh painted such a beautiful picture of Mumbai, India, which has always fascinated me.She brought it to life for me in a whole new way. I highly recommend Busted in Bombay.

Busted in Bombay tells the story of a beautiful friendship between Shari and Amrita who would literally go to the ends of the earth for each other. Shari is suffering the consequences of making a huge mistake, and finally setting her life right, leaving her confidence somewhat shattered, and causing her to second guess just about everything. She impulsively agrees to go to Mumbai and pose as Amrita to sabotage the marriage Amrita's parent's have arranged, and that's where the fun really begins! Bollywood at it's finest,  Indian food that will make your mouth water, a good dose of NYC, hot men and beautiful women. This Book Has It All! Read it today!

Get your copy now from B&N or Amazon .
Stop by Nicola's site today and see what other great reads she has to offer. You will not be disappointed.


Shari Jones needs to get a life. Preferably someone else's.
Single, homeless and jobless, Indo-American Shari agrees to her best friend's whacky scheme: travel to Mumbai, pose as Amrita, ditch the fiancé her traditional Indian parents have chosen. Simple.

Until she's mistaken for a famous Bollywood actress, stalked by a Lone Ranger wannabe, courted by an English lord and busted by the blackmailing fiancé.

Life is less complicated in New York.

Or so she thinks, until the entourage of crazies follows her to the Big Apple and that's when the fun really begins.

Shari deals with a blossoming romance, an addiction to Indian food and her first movie role, while secretly craving another trip to the mystical land responsible for sparking her new lease on life.  Returning to her Indian birthplace, she has an epiphany.  Maybe the happily-ever-after of her dreams isn't so far away?

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