A former Australian surfing star has bravely opened up about her horrific ordeal after she was kidnapped and raped every night for two months in India.  Carmen Greentree, 37, from Sydney shared the harrowing details about her horrific experiences in her new book 'A Dangerous Pursuit of Happiness.' In the book, she tells how her dream trip to India in 2004 turned into a nightmare when was abducted after seeking help from a local to find her way to Dharamshala. She was forced onto a houseboat where she was raped multiple times and beaten whenever she asked to be freed.  "I didn't think I was ever getting off that boat, I thought I would die there one way or another," she told Daily Mail Australia.  Carmen, who dreamt of being a surfing world champion and also represent her country across the globe for competitions, took a break from the sport after failing to qualify for the world tour at 22. It was at that time she took a sabbatical to India where she went through hell.