"Mr. Norcross, did you intentionally tamper with my car?" He nodded. "Yes. But don't worry Saira, It's nothing serious. You will have it outside your doorstep in the morning." Don't worry! He says don't worry?? Worry is the word- for him! "I am Mira's best friend!" "Who is Mira?" "Your Fiancee ." "My WHAT?" "Stop pretending." "Zavi I don't even know her!" "Don't you dare two time my friend! And stop calling me Zavi." "She is lying. Whoever she is!" One of them is certainly lying. Which one? Mira or Leonardo? Leonardo Norcross, a hardcore business man who is used to people obeying him. Willingly or not is of no concern to him. Saira Zaveri is a free spirited woman who puts emotions and well being of loved ones above everything else. In a battle of rock and river fate intervenes when two castaways, poles apart in their outlook towards life are marooned in an uninhabited island. " How can a virgin claim to be a rape victim? What is the typical description of violation of modesty? What if the girl is rescued in the nick of time? Well, she is LUCKY and the rich culprits are 'innocent since 'no crime' has been committed. If she is stubborn and wants them punished they remain innocent while she is termed a liar and attention seeker. Never mind if she is a wreck emotionally and physically tormented. Saira wants nothing to do with another arrogant rich prospective shackles in her life and thwarts Leonardo's efforts. However the man seems to be home deaf to the word ' No.' Determination hits determination. Whether the perfect formula of faith to isolate them stirs in harmony or complicates the situation more cannot be predictedView More
Saira's POV. "Zavi it is just you and me here for at least some time. I am sure Dhruv must be looking for us but I am not sure how far the currents have carried us in that storm. We were not too long ijn the sea so I am sure help will not be too far." I nodded before remembering he could not see since he was not looking towards me as he had promised he will not. And somehow I do trust him. I sat quietly as I heard sound that told me he was adding some dry branches and twings that he had collected and soon I could feel the fire be larger than before. It crackled and some bits of sparks kept flying around as the occasional not so dry wood may be coming in contact
Saira's POV. "-You do understand what I am saying don't you Zavi? I am just saying that we should – er shed our clothes-" "Shed our clothes?" I squealed, I was not scared, not at all. On the contrary I was having a tough time trying not to laugh out loud. Leonardo can be so adoring and cute at times that it just does not suit with his Casanova image! Even in the not so bright light by the fire I could make out the man had gone red in the face due to embarrassment! A Casanova asks a girl to strip with the good intention of her not falling ill and then blushes because of the way it sounded. I coughed a
Saira's POV. This man has been trying his best to meet my expectations and win my heart. To have someone like him in my life I would have to be terribly lucky. However luck has not been particularly fond of me in the recent years. Coming close to me will complicate things for him. Mira holds a very special place in my heart and my life. I understand her internal trauma and mental stress but I cannot risk a repeat of what happened to me that fateful night years ago. And today- I do not remember how I fell into the ocean today but I cannot rule out Mira's involvement - I shivered at the very possibility and could not even bear to think about it.
Saira's POV.I awoke to paws prodding on my chest. I could hear a voice in the distant muttering some chants. Is this how everyone feels after death.I am dead, right? Do wild animals handle us in afterlife? Perhaps they are creatures for specific purpose?This must be a transit booth or something. I need to see. Why do my eyelids feel so heavy? Where are the rest of my body parts.I felt a jerk and salty water hit my tongue as it rose from inside me and I coughed it out of my mouth.I choked as some of it came out of my nose.Was I at the bottom of a deep pit? How did I fall inside a pi
Leonardo's POV. The boat rocked making me stumble but my determination was stronger than any rational thought my brain could conjure. I felt eyes on me but I did not stop to check. Lifting my body up I dived into the only water. Taking a deep breath I started swimming in the direction where I had seen the dolphins in the distant. The streak of light blue between them may have been visible only for a split second before disappearing but I knew that colour was of Zavi's gown. I could hear faintly Dhruv's voice calling out to me in the background over the din of the motor boat and sounds of my swimmi
Saira's POV. An hour before the old couple spotted the Dolphins frolicking in the ocean in the previous chapter. My surrounding was like a bottomless pit that was sucking me in as I hurled into it. Desperately I trashed around in my attempt to clutch at something – anything that would put a stop to my fall. No matter how much I tried I was barely able to move my limbs. They felt so stiff and heavy. With effort I pushed open my eyelids only to feel a sudden piercing pain in my eyes. Water! Sea Water! Fear spread into my heart like the shadows cast by the setting Sun as I realised I was floatin
Leonardo's POV. My first instinct was that of a relief that Zavi was not with him. I shot him a glare leaving Dhruv to tell him how I was also looking for her and we had no clue. "When did you see her last?" The man has the audacity to quiz me like this! "It;s been over two hours I think." Dhruv supplied making me want to tape his mouth shut. My eyes focused on Sam as I started to make a rude comment but the words never left my mouth, The expression on his face for some reasons made fear clutch at m
Leonardo's POV. "Stop shoving me!" I practically shouted glaring around trying to figure out who had pushed me. When my eyes contacted no one close enough to be able to even touch me it just worsened my temper. Attack and take cover. A common strategy of trouble makers "Coward!" I shouted looking around indenting my voice to reach the miscreant. "Leo?" Dhruv's voice made me turn around to face him, "What is it?" I snapped. "Easy old man. What is wrong?" he asked as he walked towards me. "Mind your own busi
Dressed in a formal trouser suit she looked every bit professional that she wanted to be. The navy blue seemed like a stark contrast to her reddish brown hair. Though I could not see her eyes from here I am sure the moss green colour must be looking even more lively and blazing today. The figure hugging suit clung to her, giving a hint of her curvy body without actually giving away any detail. As I moved closer to her my smile got bigger. I groaned silently when she moved away from the table she had been standing near to another further away. She was probably not even aware of my presence unlike the other occupants of the room.
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