Chasing the Turbulent Bride
When her brother asks her to hangout with him out of the blue, after what it seems to be like seven years, her worst reaction is to pale ten shades down. However, a tiny part of her wrecked heart leaps in joy; her brother, her ex-hero finally realised she is family. What she doesn't know is that her fate is to be sealed with a green-apple soda, and signed by none but the stranger who stole her cigarette the previous night.
Sasthi is turbulent, wild and brazen -as told by Shiva. It is her kind of beauty. Shiva is playful, down to earth, determined but mostly a threat to her. She cannot be immune to his charms not when he is hell bent on clearing up her painful past.
When things get heated and she finds herself falling for him, in spite of her twisted tale, the brutal turn of events, forces her to run away from the face of the only world known to her with a random girl she saved from a traumatic incident. During her self-reinvention, she understands that she is not alone in this world; every person has his own tale to tell. What she doesn't know is that someone out there is chasing her to bind her for life and sweep her off the floor.
When Shiva comes after her to clear the things she left unsettled -the mysteries she left leashed, will he succeed in making her fall for him this time?
This book is exceedingly dramatic that might make you roll your eyes because, honestly, nothing like that happens in real life -it was a fictional book and only intented to satisfy your secret squash for fantasy.
Things you don't find in this book
1. Meaningless cliche plot.
2. The hero who randomly 'pins her to the wall' and ravage her!
3. A STRONG woman. The book is about the woman who LEARNS to stay strong. A cold person is never strong. Ask your EQ
4. Ruthless, arrogant, cocky, heartless, player, possessive...hero.
5. Jealous ex-es, bitc***, S****, rap****, _____(fill in the blank)
6. TWO PERFECT protagonists except who are all IMPERFECT.