Michelle is not ready to live a life of regrets. Will she make sure that she doesn’t?
Here’s an excerpt from the story:
Nishat was my best friend, and a best friend’s elder brother could either be a brother or a friend. Suhail was neither. He was five feet and ten inches tall, with a medium build, intense face, sharp eyes, and deep voice – Suhail had a kind of aura about him. I wanted to be like him – erudite, intelligent and confident. His overwhelming personality intimidated me.
Three Years Later
I held Suhail’s engagement album in my hands and leafed through it. Nishat had sent the album last night. My smile faded. I had always been a permanent fixture in their family. Today, I was left out of the frame. I had ignored my heart when it was the appropriate time for me to express my feelings. Now, when he wasn’t around, I wanted to listen to my heart. What an irony! I had foolishly lived in the hope that one day Suhail would propose to me.
About the author:
Sujata Rajpal is the author of the bestselling novel The Other End of the Corridor. She left her career as a Corporate Communication & PR professional to follow her passion for writing. Sujata also writes columns, features and short stories for various journals.
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