Will the demons from their past tear them apart?
After personal tragedy strikes, Mohini Kapoor runs away from the city to her grandparents home in a village in Punjab. Though she manages to pick up the pieces of her broken self, and even builds a life for herself, the horror of her experience is difficult to forget. She buries it deep down inside her subconscious mind until the arrival of a stranger threatens to resurrect the old demons.
Reputed photojournalist, Aalok Ahuja, has to hide out for a few days to escape circumstances beyond his control. When his friend recommends Tejopur, a remote village in Punjab, Aalok expects life to be simple there and, perhaps, even boring – instead, his world is thrown into chaos by a woman more desirable, and vastly more complicated, than any he has ever known.
When their destinies collide, attraction flares, but secrets threaten their new found feelings.
The dinner tasted like ashes. In any case, Mohini barely noticed what she ate, her whole being focused on keeping her gaze averted from the acres of bare skin on display.
The man was large – and tanned and muscular – and almost indecent in short shorts and a sleeveless T-shirt, this time his own. She hoped Tejopur’s famed mosquitoes would make a meal of Aalok – but while she swiped one away every now and then, he seemed unharmed.
Mohini sniffed and, displeased at the blatant bias, smashed an errant mosquito against her wrist with unnecessary violence, then returned to pushing the food about in her plate.
The book is free on Kindle Unlimited!
or buy from:
2 thoughts on “No Escape from Love”
A great read. I could not put this story down. The characters are well-crafted and fit their surroundings.
Thank you very much, Angela. I’m so happy to hear that!