Sophia's abusive past continues to haunt her. All she feels is emptiness and wants to find a way out of it. She wants to chase her demons away but the darkness has trapped her in a thick, choking blanket. And she feels helpless. Follow her journey as she grows up and finds out about the reality of life. And possibly love.
"I don't feel anything towards you. You're kind of like my brother." She says, making faces again. Well, if being called a brother by someone you like doesn't sting then what does? "We aren't siblings. We're married. I've given you enough time to accept that." I try to put some sense into her. She shakes her head. "I can't ever accept it." "Too bad. I'm going to make you mine no matter what." ••• Maria comes from a big, rich, happy family. But like all other families, hers isn't perfect either. They criticize her for wearing Islamic clothing and practicing Islam. But through every difficulty her faith doesn't waver and she remains firm no matter how broken she is on the inside. When her long gone cousin, Emad, returns home from abroad. Her life slowly breaks apart. For their grandfather wishes for them to be wed.
"Marry me," He says, his expression impassive as usual. I resist the urge to rip out his throat. How dare he? "Marry you? I'd rather die." . . . Tired of the problems at home, Amal has always wanted to escape to somewhere peaceful. But when the problems get out of hand, she's desperate to leave. That's where Aahil steps into the picture. Amal would rather die than accept his help-with good reason, too. She blames him for whatever happened to her as a child. But Aahil has secrets of his own. He does nothing to clear Amal's misunderstandings. Soon Amal is left with no choice but to marry the rich jerk. Or is he? . . . Sequel to 'Breaking Her Walls'. Can be read as a standalone but it is preferred to read Breaking Her Walls prior to this.
"What are you doing here?" I hiss through clenched teeth, stepping closer so that nobody is able to hear. He smirks but speaks in a harsh tone. "I know I'm irresistible. But, did you really have to beg my dad to get me married to you?" "Beg your Dad? Who the hell do you think you are?" I almost scream in frustration. Ignoring me, he continues, "Congratulations, your dream has come true. I'm your husband now. But don't ever expect me to act like one." I huff, the sound low and mocking. "A guy like you doesn't deserve to be called a husband." ~ ~ ~ Ayra goes to Edinburgh as a gift from her father for her twenty-fourth birthday. A few months after she comes back, her parents get to know about the grave sin that she has committed. Once a complete, merry family has now crumbled to pieces. Ayra knows that nothing can ever be the same with her family. So, when her father asks her to marry the son of the biggest entrepreneur of Pakistan, she agrees without even seeing him. Her husband isn't what she expected. Not only is he the guy responsible for the mess in her life, he's also the father of her child. Although he's arrogant and they definitely never get along, he's broken and full of dark secrets that are better left unshared. She knows that at some point she has to share her own secret. But will their relationship after that get better or worse? Read to find out!
Nur has her life organised. She works hard and loves spending time with her brothers-that is, when they're not threatening men off- but all that changes when she encounters 'him' in the school hallway. He is everything she dislikes. With no manners and a temper that is being unleashed upon every living being. So imagine her shock when she wakes up in 'his' bed with no memory of how she could possibly have gotten there. And the biggest shock? They're married! He is ruder than before. Apparently what she doesn't remember holds a deep meaning to him. But . . . there is something about him. Something he masks with rage. Join their journey as tempers unleash, hearts break and love awakens. •Sequel to 'HER UNWANTED HUSBAND'• ~•Can be read as a stand-alone•~
Leroy High—my personal hell. In our school, the system is different and rules have been set from the first day. Who set them, you must be wondering. So maybe I should enlighten you. It’s the three ridiculously good-looking, filthy rich and incredibly rude guys. They think they rule over the school just because all girls fawn over them and guys want to be them. I hate all three of them. Especially Zayn. As children, we used to be best friends. Until the day everything around me came crashing down and I had to leave. Now I’m back. And this time, I’m different. Just how different, you’re about to find out. . .