Life simply couldn’t be better for Erin Boswell. At twenty-seven, she is engaged to the simply divine Jay Keskar – and every minute of her day currently revolves around planning the wedding of her dreams. Until, that is, Jay’s parents announce that they want to ‘discuss’ things – and this is when Erin’s wedding heaven turns into her wedding hell . . .Tavish and Deena are Indian and have very firm beliefs about the form of wedding their only son should have. Of course, they say, Erin will be wearing a sari. And of course all the Indian pre-wedding ritual ceremonies – including tilak, mehendi, sangeet – will be observed.As Bollywood comes to Berkshire, can East eventually meet West in perfect harmony? And if not, will Erin and Jay’s dream wedding even take place?
Little, Brown Book Group