Read the prologue and the rest of the chapters here: https://kavyajanani.wordpress.com/debut-novel/ The tragic turn My heart beats raced as I brought the cordless telephone in my hand. My entire family was around me. Yet I was bold enough to take the phone in front of them. No questions were raised. Making sure that nobody suspected… Continue reading Chapter 13: The tragic turn
Read the prologue and the rest of the chapters here: https://kavyajanani.wordpress.com/debut-novel/ And finally! “So, where do you live?” asked Nimmi to Jairam. “Near the Shiva temple in Gandhi road. We stay in a small rented house,” he replied. “With whom do you live?” “We are six in our family here. Ramesh Bhai, Bhabhi and their two… Continue reading Chapter 12: And finally!
Read the prologue and rest of the chapters here: https://kavyajanani.wordpress.com/debut-novel/ Love in the air ‘Who could that be? Who could that BEEEEE?’ My mind was racing even faster than Michael Schumacher’s car. Tears were piling up in my eyes and rolling down. ‘Hope Jairam is not cheating on me. Wait, why should I care about that?… Continue reading Chapter 11: Love in the air
Read the prologue and rest of the chapters here: https://kavyajanani.wordpress.com/debut-novel/ Mellowing moments coupled with a shock I sat by my bedroom window and admired the drizzle. It was Oct 13th, 2008. It had been a year since I had seen Jairam. A lot had happened. And the major thing was – I fell in love! With… Continue reading Chapter 10: Mellowing moments coupled with a shock
Read the prologue and rest of the chapters here: https://kavyajanani.wordpress.com/debut-novel/ “I wonder where Aafreen is,” I mumble to myself. Pradhyuman is happily working in the shop, but Aafreen is nowhere to be found. I decide to find her, since I need answers for my probing questions. Maybe she has them. I log on to Facebook. It… Continue reading Chapter 9.5: Mid-logue
Read the prologue and rest of the chapters here: https://kavyajanani.wordpress.com/debut-novel/ A letter, a twist, and bad luck I was discharged from the hospital after three days. I was slowly recovering at home. My 12th grade classes had begun by then. I was missing out on my notes right from the beginning, but Nimmi was good enough… Continue reading Chapter 9: A letter, a twist, and bad luck
Read the prologue and rest of the chapters here: https://kavyajanani.wordpress.com/debut-novel/ Truth revealed The ambulance’s siren pierced through the roads. I had never been in an ambulance before. I was unconscious. Blood was dripping from my head. The driver of the car, which had hit me, was beside me. He was a Samaritan. It had not turned… Continue reading Chapter 8: Truth revealed