The publisher is Harlequin MIRA, but it didn't occur to me when I originally read a review of this book that it was a romance. I'm still not sure if that was the intent, because, finding the protagonist and her love interest annoying, I put the book down 200 or so pages in. The MIRA imprint is meant to encompass literary and genres aside from romance, for women.
The story is about a mid-twentieth century young Indian woman making her life on a tea plantation. It may appeal to you for its portrait of the place and time, if not for the two leads.
PS NYPL lent me a galley copy of the book, which I thought was weird. My suspicion was verified by my public librarian friends, but since there were holds on the book, I didn't let on when I returned it.