‘Wish Upon a Bollywood Star’ is definitely outside of my typical reading box, but with 2019 approaching I was determined to broaden my horizons as a goal this year and find some new jewels in the process. I had read Pamela Q. Fernandes’s ‘Painting Kuwait Violet’ last year and enjoyed it so when the cover of this one caught my eye I decided to go in blind and give it a shot, and I am glad that I did. There were a few moments where I had to remind myself that I was reading about another culture because this did touch several nerves for me on the topic of verbal and manipulative abuse, or what I would consider it, towards women. In the end I see where this made sense for the role of the character and how it worked out. For me it just was a bit much and could have been toned down a tad still so that is why I knocked a star off. Otherwise the reset of the book was fun and entertaining and kept me on my toes wondering how this twisty love story would end up.
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