It had been years. A part of her heart stood untouched. She'd known heartbreak. Each time they came close to her, she found herself comparing them to him. Just when she had written off romance forever, the perfect guy showed up. He even shared her love for cheesecake.
She had seen her just last night. She'd been silent with her pain. Still, she allowed her to give a light back massage. The young niece tried to let her fingers do their work, while her eyes kept on filling with tears. As she rubbed her back softly, she looked at the bald head with…Read more Their Last Touch
"Anil, tomorrow we will be going to the village to meet your father's cousins," his mother told him the day he landed in India. "Ma, I am home after three years. Can we go later?" His mother said “no” because the train tickets were bought and his father would be upset. The next morning, they…Read more Anil’s Big Lunch