Being an only child to urban Indian parents,
Ayesha is being forced into getting married early. In her late twenties and
nursing a heartbreak, Ayesha succumbs to the pressures put on her by her folks.
But will she be able to overcome the bitterness
that love has left behind? Will she be able to forgive and forget Piyush and
move forward? How many Mr. Wrongs would she have to meet to find Mr. Right, and
would she even find him?
A story that reveals a rollercoaster of emotions
and the different men Ayesha meets to find true love! Does she finally settle
for marriage without love?
How many frogs would she have to kiss to find her
prince? Did these so-called princes even exist? Part of a generation that’s
caught between love and arranged marriages, will Ayesha come out a winner?
enthusiast and a writer, Pavan Tarawade started to scribble down his thoughts
as early as back in school. Poetry, humanitarian fiction and technical writing
are some of the genres he has touched upon, but short-story writing remains his
favourite. Inspired by the likes of Earnest Hemmingway and Ruskin Bond, he
loves participating in short story competitions on varied topics.
the genre Pavan has chosen. Fiction because he believes the very essence of an
art lies in creation. “What’s the point of being a writer, if we do not create?”
He enjoys photography
as a pastime and is a connoisseur of coffee. Coffee and Pavan go a long way back.
He doesn’t know where and when he fell in love with coffee, but yes, according
to him, there isn’t a better remedy to writer’s block than a custom made mug of
Pavan is a
regular blogger (pavantarawade.com) and you can browse through the menu of his
work and pick the category that suits your thought buds.