The Cure was Love

The Cure was Love 1

The Blurb

For three months, Simi Gill gets to do what she loves – train to be a doctor and learn more about medicine. As a bonus, she gets to forget about the shallow boyfriend who dumped her, and worse, who hurt her. Living it up in New York, far from her home in India, she is saved by the delicious Rudy Bhatnagar, not once, but two times in one night!

A talented surgeon with a heart of gold, Rudy can’t stop himself from thinking about Simi Gill. He tries very hard – for having had his heart broken before, he’s not sure he can risk it again. But fate has other plans. Thrown together by bizarre circumstances, they survive booze and babysitting with aplomb. Will they realize they’re perfect for each other or will they let precious love slip through their fingers?

Here’s a Sneak Peek

Simi’s tone turned plaintive. ‘I mean, I still don’t know how I came to be here, in a place I don’t recognize, wearing another person’s shirt!’

The man who’d introduced himself as Rudy responded at once. ‘You keeled over on to the bar top. Notice a painful bump on your forehead? That’s where your head met the bar.’

Running frantic fingers over the tender spot, Simi turned to look at him, her expression aggrieved, as if he was somehow to blame.

Rudy shrugged. ‘You really should lay off the booze.’

‘I do. Almost always,’ she wailed. ‘So you brought me here? Why didn’t somebody just drop me home? That would have been better, don’t you think?’

‘Do you have any idea of the idiotic situation we found ourselves in?’ Rudy’s tone was mildly caustic. ‘There you were, apparently alone, with no sign of anyone coming to claim you – and we couldn’t find anything on your person to identify you by.’


‘Exactly!’ he said. ‘Nothing! That…’ he pointed with scant respect towards her expensive DKNY clutch where it lay in benign splendor on a bedside table. ‘That tiny thing you were carrying had absolutely nothing that we could identify you with. You didn’t think to carry a cellphone?’

‘It wouldn’t fit,’ she said. Did he really think she would commit a fashion faux pas? He didn’t expect her to carry a ruddy briefcase while draped in a little black dress, did he?

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