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TOUCH. (The One You Cannot Have) Meet Aman and Shruti.



"How Can women do this? be in love with one guy and marry someone else?"

Meet Aman. He is in Norwich UK, but is all set to come back to India now. Little does he know what lies in store for him.




"Everybody says that things change after marriage. But they lie. Marriage does not take away your memories. Marriage does not change your past."


Meet Shruti. For four years she was in a *perfect relationship* with Aman. Then she married Rishabh. Why did she do it? Is she happy now?

 Find out soon!
 Also watch this space to meet the other characters in the book. The book will be out in November and pre-order links will be up soon. And yes, a limited number of  pre-ordered copies will be signed by me.
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Buy my books in India,  here

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Buy my books on Amazon, (outside India)  here - See more at: http://justamotheroftwo.blogspot.in/#sthash.fHoKqIwI.dpuf
Buy my books in India,  here

(You can pay cash on delivery. You don't need a credit card)
   

Buy my books on Amazon, (outside India)  here - See more at: http://justamotheroftwo.blogspot.in/#sthash.fHoKqIwI.dpuf

Comments

  1. Anonymous12:45 PM

    *waiting eagerly!!!*

    Preeti, i also wanted to know whether winners of TOUCH Thursdays will be declared every week or only at the end of 6 weeks??? thanks

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    1. Every week! When the next prompt is announced previous winner will be declared!

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    2. Anonymous1:31 PM

      OK!!! Thanks again!! :)
      Participation makes you excited, nervous and jittery!!

      Hope you have read my entry! :)

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  2. Can't hadly wait

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  3. Looking forward to it...I hope I am lucky enough to get a signed copy..you know it's always better to have some extra cream to your coffee..:)

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  4. really looking forward to it ... :) hoping to get a signed copy

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  5. The story of Aman & Shruti sounds intriguing.
    Preeti I'm so excited for u.....Congratulations:-)).

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  6. Sounds interesting.... Waiting for your book! Congratulations:-)).

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  7. waiting for the book....

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  9. All the best for your 5th book.The pace you are going I dnt know how much books we end up having in our shelves with your name on it.

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  10. Simply love your books waiting for the fifth book eagerly....but couldn't join the touch Thursday last time waiting for the next prompt

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  11. Anonymous2:01 PM

    HI Preeti,
    I have been a silent reader of your blog since long. Today I want to nominate you for Liebster Award. You so much deserve it. Keep writing and enjoy.
    Link -
    http://anoptimistic.wordpress.com/2013/10/11/happy-and-honored

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