About the Book
RELEASE DATE: February 25, 2016
AUTHOR: Gry Finsnes
PAGE COUNT: 403
IMPRINT: Sly Fox
GENRE: Contemporary Historical Romance
SYNOPSIS: Bombay in 1980, India’s business centre, was a swirl of parties mixing all religions and nationalities. The Norwegian lawyer Christine is married but falls in love with the good-looking Parsee Zarin. They meet in a houseboat in Srinagar and declare their love in the Mogul gardens, but this is just the beginning of a dramatic series of events leading them to the beaches of Goa and the tea gardens of Darjeeling. Twenty years later Christine tells her story to a friend in England when a stranger turns up.
BOOK PAGE: http://ravenswoodpublishing.com/bookpages/goodbyebombay.html
Christine's son Tony is critically injured in a horrible traffic accident. The distraught mother fears that her son may never recover and remains at his bedside. After much urging from the doctor, Christine agrees to go home and get some rest. At home Christine's friend Phoebe attempts to get Christine's mind on something else and urges her to retell the entire story of her time in India. Reluctantly, Christine begins sharing the events of her past. As Christine regales Phoebe with tales from India she begins experiencing the many emotions she worked hard to suppress. Not certain she should reveal everything, Christine holds back just a bit, but when someone from the past shows up Christine must tell all.
Goodbye Bombay is an incredibly captivating historical romance in which readers experience a roller coaster of emotions as Christine remembers the joy of becoming Tony's mother and the sorrow of possibly losing him. The solid writing, exquisite detail, and intriguing characters make Goodbye Bombay well worth the read.
I highly recommend picking up a copy.
About the Author: Gry Finsnes
AMAZON US: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BKH96T2
AMAZON UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01BKH96T2