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Pain, some­times, is like Love . . . It grows, un­til it be­comes your Life.

Ma­jor Vi­rat Singh Ra­jput was once a fear­less Black Cat com­mando who had saved Mum­bai from its ven­omous per­pe­tra­tors. His life took a beau­ti­ful turn when he got en­gaged to Pratishtha Sachdev, the girl he had self­lessly loved for the last four­teen years.

Ev­ery­thing was bliss­ful, un­til one day Pratishtha mys­te­ri­ously went miss­ing. Vi­rat, who was hailed as In­dia’s hero, has now be­come a vil­lain and is fac­ing a cer­tain death penalty.

Only one woman can save him.

Crim­i­nal Defence Lawyer Vaish­navi Pan­dit has not won her first six cases. She is adamant to win her sev­enth.

But, still, no one knows where Pratishtha is. No one still knows what the mo­tive be­hind Vi­rat’s crime was.

The odds are heav­ily against Vaish­navi.

Let’s un­fold to­gether a deeply ro­man­tic and nail-bit­ing story about true love, ex­cru­ci­at­ing pain and lurid vengeance – a thrilling story about love and hon­esty, ha­tred and de­ceit, friend­ship and an­i­mos­ity, dark truths and hid­den mo­tives.

In her own words: I am Hi­mani Gupta, By pro­fes­sion I am an HR Man­ager work­ing in Bengaluru. Read­ing is my hobby which led me to write re­views for my read­ers. I have read and re­viewed nu­mer­ous books so far. Ro­hit is my favourite writer as far as writ­ing...

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