Continued from Mesmerizing Eyes (II) The questions hammered on. What had happened to her? Was she sick? Was she….? No! She was not!!
Category: Fiction- Multi-Part Stories
Continued From Mesmerizing Eyes (I) He began noticing other things about her. She had two saris; nondescript and dull hued but always spotlessly clean.
Praful banged the door shut violently. The frame trembled, the glass in the window next to the door shivered with a tinkle of alarm. Unheeding,
Continued from To Be A Magnet- (II) For many minutes, Cheetah kept silent. Tiger waited. “You do have a point, I can’t deny that”, said
Cheetah was afraid of losing his edge; he had worked very hard for it. As the cliché went: Use it or lose it! The thought
Cheetah yawned. It was a typically drowsy, warm summer day. He looked around, utterly bored. There never was anything to do in this awful jungle.
Continued from Betrayal (IV) Vasudha’s reply to Chandini’s last mail was a lot more positive in tone than all her previous mails. She seemed to
Continued from Betrayal (III) It had barely been a few hours since Chandni had written her last mail to Vasudha. She had a sense of
Continued from Betrayal (II) Chandini kept thinking about Vasudha all day. She was impatient to finish up at work and write another mail to her.
Continued from Betrayal (I) Chandini powered up her laptop, murmured a short prayer and began pouring her soul out on the cold glass of her
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