The village bride of Beverly Hills
G.P. Putnam's Sons,
After an arranged marriage in her native India, Priya moves with her husband to California, where they share a house with his parents. Playing the traditional daughter-in-law role, she's expected to clean, cook, and-because she doesn't immediately get pregnant-find a job as well! But the job Priya lands isn't at all what her in-laws had in mind for a traditional Indian wife. She soon finds herself with a secret life that she must hide from her disapproving new family. All the while, she is growing into a marriage to a man whose loyalty is decidedly torn between his parents and his bride. This is hardly surprising, given that he met his wife only a week before their wedding. The question is, can this fragile new love survive the pull between tradition and ambition?
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|Grouping Title||village bride of beverly hills|
|Grouping Author||daswani kavita|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-03-02 01:49:41AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-13 04:15:41AM|
|author||Daswani, Kavita, 1964-|
|owning_library_basalt||Basalt Regional Library|
|subject_facet||Beverly Hills (Calif.) -- Fiction|
East Indian American women -- Fiction
Married women -- Fiction
Women -- Employment -- Fiction
Women immigrants -- Fiction
|title_display||The village bride of Beverly Hills|
|title_full||The village bride of Beverly Hills / Kavita Daswani|
|title_short||The village bride of Beverly Hills|
|topic_facet||East Indian American women|