For Laksha, life is a gift
wrapped in red ribbon. But that’s all shattered when she falls for a misogamist.
His ambivalence and vacillation always keeps her at bay, turning her into a
neurotic. She gets betrayed by the most credible, loses her job, feels
devastated and dejected as incidents crowd upon her corrupting her naiveté.
Enigmas unfold revealing every
glitch. Who will clear her blurred skies? What invigorates her career and life?
Will she ever forgive her beloved? And how will Laksha survive?
The story also revolves around
her rapport with Pallavi, a childhood friend and the relationship she has with
her silver-tongued mom. Focusing on how experiences change perception of little
things, this contemporary tale gives a better meaning to friendships,
relationships, solitude, pain, compassion and success.
More often than not, Life drags
you down to the adversities and thrusts outward to shine. It is your grit that
truly matters when you reach rock bottom, and left with no choice other than to
pick yourself up and leap forward, however arduous it may be!
Kavipriya Moorthy is a Chennai
based business analyst and a guest writer. A thorough ambivert and a pampered
southpaw, she possesses a flair for carving creative ideas. She runs a blog
that talks about professional ethics: http://yoursprofessionally.com,
and scribbles her prancing thoughts at https://preethinakshatra.wordpress.com.
She also writes for various blogs, e-magazines and has contributed to anthologies
titled “Cupid Calls” and “Melody of Life”. When at leisure, she loves to drive
alone, ending up at Amethyst and other relaxed coffee shops in Chennai to
rejuvenate herself. She marks her debut with the novel “I don’t wear