Meet Me in Mumbai by Sabina Khan


Julie’s review:

A compelling and really enjoyable read which centres on two engaging characters in two time frames, one of whom is forced to confront a massive, heart wrenching decision and it’s consequences. Told with real empathy, this is a well written story full of heart, hope, friendship and family.

Unputdownable!  Highly recommended!

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 A novel in two acts – told eighteen years apart – gives voice to both mother (Ayesha) and daughter (Mira) after an unplanned teen pregnancy led Ayesha to place Mira up for adoption. Coming to the US to study, Ayesha is a world away from home when she meets the boy of her dreams, but a twist of fate takes him away, right when she discovers she’s pregnant.

Almost eighteen years later, Mira finds letters addressed to her from her birth mother. Ayesha writes that if Mira can forgive her for putting her up for adoption, she should find a way to meet her in Mumbai on her eighteenth birthday. Mira knows she’ll always regret it if she doesn’t go but is she ready for what she’ll learn?

Perfect for fans of Sabina Khan’s other books Zara Hossain is Here and The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali .

An extraordinary story of how family can be both formed and found.