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Others, not Ginny, made decisions for her...She was pushed, pulled and led through life. A domineering mother who meant well married her off to save her reputation but she was in a marriage of convenience and in a foreign country without any family or friends.....with the exception of Hector, a gay man who at one point, her husband forbid her to see.
Her existence was lonely and she spent many hours drawing and painting India as she saw it in her limited capacity. At one point she was drinking too much due to an overbearing mother-in-law who would not leave and a husband who talked down to her and sided with his mother.
Her life changed when she met Jag, an employee of her husband's. He was a native of India and socializing with them just wasn't done, but her husband had asked him to show his wife around.
For the first time in her life, Ginny knew what love really was. She had never experienced the feelings she felt for him. I will stop here as anything else would be telling too much, but I definitely recommend this story. There are many things that take place that will surprise you, twists and turns you did not see coming, right to the very end.
This was my rainy weekend, curled up in bed with a hot cup of coffee kind of book...one I didn't want to put down till it was finished.
Hope this author is working on a third book as I have loved the first two!
She writes about India, her people and their customs and talks about the land in such a descriptive manner that you want to go there and witness it yourself.
This is a novel that will stay with you long after you have finished. I have never read any of this author's books before but will be looking for her previous one. This was well written and all the characters seemed to jump out of the book. The authors description of Indian tea plantation life was brought to life through her writing and I could envision the India that Ginny saw when she was painting her landscapes pictures. Just a great book that I didn't want to end but yet couldn't wait to get to the final chapter to see how it did end!!!
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