Hi sweety! thanks for mentioning me but as Badra said the pleasure was indeed mine
so u started at a point where the story could go anywhere in any direction..so many possibilities..so many expectations..so many fears..it is a point where all of us ArHi fans love and hate with equal strengths..the moment where Arnav took Khushi to heaven n hell in a matter of minutes...
so here u have explored the aspect of Arnav finding out about Shyaam and lashing out at Khushi and taking revenge from her by staining her name..destroying her life..taking further steps down the same road where Shyam initiated..but due to completely different reasons..may be out of love..or out of pain..towards his sister or towards Khushi herself..
of the entire chapter the few lines that made me cringe were "
But it hadn't been
only arnav's mistrust that had brought her here, it was that night when Shyam
had destroyed her... it was the night she didn't remember."i dread even the meaning of it n hope against hope that it is not what it apparently seems to be..
"It had almost been
fifteen days since that night when Arnav had almost kissed her at the pool
side." and reading this line and then coming back to the prologue..seems during these 15 days everyone got to know about shyam and blamed Khushi including Arnav...but the prologue says "To meet that one person she
had loved and lost, only to realize that her love was returned." that he soon figures out or finds out that she had no hand in all that happened other than as just another victim in the path of destruction Shyam wove..
what i'm curious to know is "
But it was a
lifetime too late. Her life was no longer her own. " what this specific line means...has someone else entered in her life...or has someone entered his...or is it the fateful night of destruction she talks about, the night about which she is as much as in the dark as everyone else is..
so u have definitely managed to intrigue me with the prologue and the rolling out of the story...Do continue soon...