Rumi is a typical upper-middle-class Pakistani woman from a semi-conservative household. She faces a particular dilemma that we’re so often shielded from, living in the society that we do. On holiday to visit her sister, she meets someone who shakes her comfortably sedate world, who questions her attitudes and dares her to take risks.

With the dual pressure of cultural and religious contraints, she’s faced with a difficult decision, one that will impact the rest of her life. Rumi believes that it is her decision to make, not any one else’s.

Want to know what her dilemma is? Pick up a copy of the eBook, Butterfly Season, on Amazon or on Indireads. I’d love to hear what you think of her solution.