They both loved each other. They had a beautiful bond. She felt like he was the Romeo to her Juliet. Everything was fine, until Daniel ended things with Katherine.
He said that he had stolen the purse after we had left the park and he wasn’t in the mood to return it. He said, his daughter had taught him a lesson.
She didn’t break the eye contact either, a subtle smile danced on her lips, he felt a rush of blood in his face, he wanted to say hi, but he felt stiffened by a sudden advent of convulsive fear and anger, as she passed by.
Something grabbed my attention and it was a locket chain that had picture of Amy and his mom, it was the gift that her mother gave her on her birthday.
He tried to wear a smile on his face, his heart raced faster, she didn’t returned a smile, instead she bluntly walked towards the table, her eyes restlessly took everything around, in them.
She put her hands on mine, and that second I knew the butterfly in my stomach never died. They were waiting all these time for their originator-my Aditi.
They share their darkest secrets. Their dreams. Their passions… their fears their hopes and what not. Without even knowing for how long they’ll be able to carry this relationship, they were happy.
There was this instant liking that he has felt for Sunayna from the time he saw her. Shankha turned on the music with some old classics. Sunayna was chatting continuously, she seemed to be a chatterbox.
A girl who read book knows that failure always leads up to climax, understand that all things must come to end, but that you can always write a sequel.
Slowly but steadily our love story progressed. The rendezvous (or you can say dates) and the frequency and intensity of our conversations started increasing.