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Shweta Sinha

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Fifteen-years ago, a young AYESHA met VIKRAM and fell in love. But even before she could explore her new-found feelings, their paths took different turns, seemingly never to meet again. Now 34, she is convinced her unspoken first love is beyond her conscious mind. She has carefully built a perfect world around her that includes a dream career and a smart, successful man as a partner.

Vikram, now an Indian Army Major, finds himself missing his first love when he chances upon an old photograph. Fifteen years ago he never got to express his feelings. Now, older and wiser, he knows life is too fickle to wait for perfect moments and he resolves to find Ayesha.

Torn between her past and present, Ayesha tries stay detached when they rekindle their friendship. But when they both discover their love hadn't been unrequited, their emotions overcome better senses and they share a passionate moment. Guilt creeps into Ayesha's being and they decide to part ways yet again. Later, when Rohan proposes marriage in front of her family, she accepts.

An old friend, goads Ayesha to rethink her relationships. But, before she can take a decision, Vikram disappears from her life yet again. Dismayed and even angry, Ayesha tries to accept fate, only to realize her heart continues to beat for Vikram.

Unbeknownst to Ayesha, Vikram is away on a classified mission. A month later, he returns to the news of her engagement. Disheartened, and wanting Ayesha's happiness, he withdraws away from her, never learning of her break-up with Rohan. While seemingly fickle and indifferent in the past, their destinies bring them together once more. Forced into a confrontation, their anger, fears and ego ultimately give way to the passionate love they hold for each other. But are Vikram and Ayesha now ready to go beyond their anger and egos, and act on what fate had planned for them all along?

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Sharanya

Did not identify with the idea. Too far fetched in the days of social media to go totally off the radar. Esp when one was in love with the person

Sep 15 '16
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Rahul

Didn't seem very interesting. Language needs to be worked upon.

Sep 14 '16
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samhita

Looks like another triangular love story. In the age of social media bloom, this lost and found seems a little far fetched. Plot has a few holes in the premise itself. Dates come in some chapter and then doesn't come in another. little confusing

Sep 12 '16
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Riti

interesting. Need to read further to know how it pans out. simple love story

Sep 02 '16
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koni

Nicely written. Like a cute romantic story.

Sep 02 '16
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Teju

Aug 11 '16
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SAMIR P SAWANT

Jun 21 '16
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Anjushri Baldev

It is a very interesting and a very unique concept that has been quite a subject capturing the fantasies of mythological authors since quite a long time. The prose is beautiful, and provides a refreshing perspective on the characters in a way seldom seen before. It is a wonderful literary work.

Jun 21 '16
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pandustar

Your writing is really good, but the story line does not do justice to your abilities. I hope that this is your first book, because you can only get better from this attempt. Don't get me wrong, I really like your style, not your innovative plot, there are plenty of similar sounding stories around; unless the remaining chapters turn the story on its head.
I hope that you will try to explore some other genres as well, on the basis of your writing prowess.
All the best.

Jun 16 '16
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Deepak Kaul

Yet another desultory romance genre book. The writing however is good. Nice cover as well. But content is always king (or queen).

Jun 15 '16
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Geetha Krishnan

Very good language, nice flow, intriguing start. All the best

Jun 14 '16
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