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Win Her Heart

Win Her Heart

140K Reads 10.5K Votes 48 Part Story
Nikki By lovingnikki Updated 2 hours ago

#1 in General Fiction (14-02-2017)

He was truly, madly, deeply in love with her. 

But there was one problem. She was too innocent for him. He was a bad boy after all.

But instead of being a gentleman, he became a stalker.

Instead of impressing her, he scared her.

Instead of asking her, he forced her.

She said,"You have no right to touch me."

He was speechless. She was right.

He promised himself that day, he will have that right, he will have her heart.


Lets read out.



yewandejoseph yewandejoseph Dec 14, 2016
Wow!! Seeing that pretty face, and immediately was lost😀
                              Love this👍
yewandejoseph yewandejoseph Dec 14, 2016
                              👏👏 sincerely speaking, I love this prologue and I enjoyed it. It was beautifully written and shows the characters emotions.
                              Great start!
Navya_k_Arun Navya_k_Arun Dec 20, 2016
Awww... Poor Pihu... If he not near her, she was missing him.. If he near her, shouting like hell to him... I think unconsciously she started to love him... Anyway the story is going in right pace...
undercover_overlover undercover_overlover Dec 12, 2016
                              I would suggest you rather use either italics or bold letters instead of capital letters. Personally, I think it looks better. Also, 'Tomorrow' shouldn't be in capital letters, so just edit that. :)
ayeesha247 ayeesha247 Dec 08, 2016
Wow. This was a really good introduction. The characters were well written and introduced as were their emotions and feelings at the time. I especially liked the fact that this is devoid of typos. I only spotted one. Good job
SaintofDarkness SaintofDarkness Dec 07, 2016
                              An amazing start to such a story! You introduced the characters perfectly with out forcing them out on the reader. You told a story that is easy to read