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East and West may meet, but sometimes they shouldn't. That's what Nisha Desai's conservative Hindu family thinks when a black-sheep American aunt and her trouble-magnet teenage daughters come to visit them in India. The guests are seen as an invading force, equipped with weapons of mass corruption.
But to Nisha, the rich aunt looks like a one-woman foreign aid program and a way to escape the horrible suitors her father keeps foisting on her. She makes every effort to charm the visitors. This is not an easy task, for the aunt is a New Age space case, and the cousins’ appetite for disasters threatens to level the city of Ahmedabad. In short order, the demented cousins instigate an elopement, a public protest, and a riot that gets Nisha thrown in jail.
It's only when Nisha's father adopts a pet cow and convinces half the city it's the reincarnation of a Hindu deity that the two families are united in a common goal: to bilk thousands. The result is Madison Avenue's idea of a religious experience, which is not a controllable situation.
Indian Maidens Bust Loose is a hilarious romp in the land of cows, curry, and the Kama Sutra.
He seduced her when she was only fifteen.
Now, seventeen years later, he’s about to win the US presidency.
Some want her to come forward and destroy his chances.
Other, darker forces want her to remain silent...forever.
All she wants is to go to India and pick up the baby that’s being carried by a surrogate.
But India isn’t safe.
The Baby Game is a political thriller set in a very troubled election year. But the trouble has only begun.