I was really enjoying this post, and you call me the writer.
Love your ending.
They have these romance books made long time ago, I used to see my Mother reading them and they were called Mills and Boon and Harlequin Romance, and you just wrote several stories from them.
I will throw in some romance too:
Yes, I too will love some more romantic moments between Vikram and Sugni.
I will like for them to have a small fight and watch Vikram's expression and trying to pacify Sugni, then they make up nicely.
I want to see more playful moments like last week. I want to see Vikram sending Sugni clothes and jewellery shopping
and watch her face light up, feeling special.
I want them to have long talks and walks around the garden at the house. I want to see them playing in the rain and laughing.
I want Sugni to bask in the attention and fun times with Vikram, because I don't want her to forget him ever, and if they part, she will go back to him eventually, because she can't live without him. Even if she feels she hates him.
On a more serious note:
I am also wondering what will happen when the truth is revealed and Sugni has already stayed at the mansion. I really hope that this is not the Grand way the Cvs will make Adi step in to save Sugni's honour as repayment to Gulabiya.
I also want Sugni to learn more about Reva. If there is some rational explanation for all this to somehow help Vikram in the long term, I would want Sugni to find out. He should bare the consequences of not being honest,but I don't want it to be permanent.
What just occurred to me (sorry to go off track) is that have we ever considered that Vikram must be battling with more than the obvious of not wanting to lose Sugni, but worse to have to tell her she will be a typical mistress of a Thakur, because he is still married. Remember he was telling her before, that he believed she was different and he would make that dream come true, now he can't because he already has a wife. I think in his mind telling her she is a mistress is worse to him than lying about his situation. He would rather lie to Sugni and bluff to Gulabiya than tell Sugni that he can only offer her Sardhakai.
So, this is bigger than losing her for Vikram, this is about not wanting to crush her ambitions, he supported so intensely and then end up looking as if he was tricking her to begin with and being a total hypocrite. My POV
I like the idea of her leaving the place and coming back angry and still hopelessly in love, but giving Vikram a hard time, till she gives in and marry him.
I don't wish ill for Vikram's wife, I just hope her intentions are not evil. If she has good intentions, I hope there is some way Vikram can help her, but still be single to marry Sugni one day.
Edited by hillydee - 16 July 2012 at 12:24am