This is the fantastic sequel to the brilliant Bindi Babes. The first book was about three Asian sisters whose aunt had come to take over their lives after the death of their mother. In this sequel she is now firmly ensconced in the girls' affairs and they've all learned to live together.
But the girls' school is desperate to raise funds and their aunt is keen to help out so they decide to arrange a Bollywood theme party. There's only one thing for it, the girls decide, to get a real Bollywood star (all right, a faded Bollywood star) to come and attend too. But the faded beauty they find ends up moving in with them, and becomes even more of a nightmare than their auntie ever was. She is foul-tempered, rude, expects to be waited on hand and foot, and is completely lazy to boot. And the girls are left to wonder if she may even have designs on the teacher that they've been trying to fix their aunt up with - or even worse, their dad! Imagine this terrible woman as their step-mother - this bright idea may just turn out to be the worst idea they've ever had. Or will it?
This book has all the same fun which made the first book so appealing, and will have you laughing out loud. It's just as good as Bindi Babes, so after you've read that, don't forget to give this one a go too!