Chapters:

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Chapter 5

Ward rounds

DR ISHAN MALHOTRA

I invited Avni over to my place for a dinner, after the surgery was successful. She readily agreed, because she finds me too handsome to resist! She was wearing a seductive tank-top with a pair of jeans and her hair were open and messed up, just as I like. We ordered pizza from Dominos and talked about our pasts and futures. She was thanking me again and again for saving her father’s life and she wanted to thank me in a ‘special’ way tonight. I told her that there was no need of such a favour, but she wouldn’t listen!

After a few moments of argument and dilemma, we started kissing each other and in a minute or two, we both landed on my bed.

‘Aah…ouch…aah…baby…aah…harder…push it…aah…Ishaaaan..!’ Avni screamed in oblivion and I gasped in exhaustion.

And the dream ended!

I woke up with a massive erection, though I never wanted the dream to end! Avni, sitting on top of me, and we both engaged into a passionate make-out session…what a dream! I’d rather say – what a morning! But just one look around disgusted me enough to bring me back to the self-abuse once again. The mattresses were falling apart from the bed, the pillow was lying in one corner, the tooth-brush was spotted in the flower pot, my socks were hanging from the ceiling fan – hell, what were my socks doing on the ceiling fan? Maybe they were signalling me to commit suicide now!

I walked out and gave a quick look to the surroundings. The mood worsened as I sensed a weird smell coming from the kitchen. I rushed towards the kitchen but found nothing unusual. I opened the fridge…BAM, all the erection was gone in nanoseconds!

A mouse had died inside, and that was the reason the entire kitchen smelt so bad. I picked it up with bare hands and tossed it in the bin. No, I didn’t feel awkward, not even a bit! That’s the coolness of medical-profession – you’re no more scared of dead or living or flying animals anymore because at some point of time, you get a golden opportunity to dissect them all and take a revenge! Without wasting any more time, I rushed into the bathroom and started with my routine. Brush, pee, bath, three in one tasks in shower and there I was, standing in front of mirror with blood red eyes. I slept for barely three hours last night, thanks to Avni’s father’s surgery and Mumbai traffic even at 01 am!

‘Avni…’ I was reminded of her as I looked at my shirt that I wore yesterday. She hugged me tight in this one. I smelt it. It was awful! Instead of keeping it, and getting it framed like mad, passionate lovers, I tossed it in washing cabin of my washing machine and rushed to work. I had to check Avni’s father too and see how he was recovering.

My first task after reaching the hospital was to see the attendance record and look for Avni’s name. Yes, it was there! I was delighted as I found that I’ll get to see her for one more day. No, I wasn’t dying but leaving this place is no less than dying either and every new morning in Mumbai reminds me of the days left here in the city, and the hospital. Though I want to renew my contract, but my parents want me back in Indore now. I can’t ditch my old folks for so many years altogether. They also deserve to have me with them, after all they’re the ones who made me capable to be a part of this profession and this hospital. I felt proud inside, for being a good son!

Weirdly enough, instead of abusing myself today, I was happy about everything, especially my own self, the way I had turned out (leaving the dirty apartment – apart!). As I was about to enter the ICU, I saw Avni standing on the door with her mother. It was 08.30 am sharp, maybe they were about to visit her father. I greeted her mother with folded hands, and she smiled coldly enough to signal me to stay away from her daughter. I gulped in nervousness this time, as I looked at Avni, who stood there still and firm. I was reminded of the dream that I had this morning and I was immediately hard down-stairs! I looked at the ceiling to avoid any awkwardness, it’s funny how your brain reminds you of the weirdest things at places when you don’t want to remember any of them?

‘Are you okay?’ Avni asked me.

‘Yeah, I’m perfectly fine, I was just…never mind, how are you?’

‘I’m fine too, doctor…just a little worried.’ She pressed her lips.

‘Oh, don’t worry, everything will be okay! He’s fine, his vitals are fine and he’ll be discharged in a week more, then you can take him home.’ I tried to be as reassuring of my statement as I could.

None of them, spoke a word. Without making this more awkward, I walked inside the ICU to check upon the three patients who were under Dr Abhimanyu’s supervision. Dr Abhimanyu was the cardiologist who was keeping a check on these patients, but today, I broke some rules for Avni’s sake. I wanted to be the one to check her father’s reports so I could have something to talk to her about. I walked inside with a team of junior interns who were telling me about the previously conducted tests and medicines prescribed to the patients. First I visited Avni’s old father, though his turn was last according to the schedule given. But when your heart makes the schedule, you can’t prioritize your brain in that matter! I looked at him, he was having soup, so he couldn’t express his emotions, what-so-ever!

‘Hello Mr Singh, I am your doctor – Ishan Malhotra. I performed a surgery on you last night.’ I smiled.

I thought he would smile back, or at least thank me, but the old man frowned. I could clearly see my father-in-law in him now – grumpy and nasty!

‘What happened? Are you feeling alright?’ I tried to calm him down. Of course, he had his chest cut open, and his heart messed up with, how can anybody feel alright after such a brutal operation?

‘Well, don’t worry, these bandages will soon be taken off and the stitches will dissolve in your skin, I know it’s uncomfortable and very problematic, but it will be okay soon.’ I smiled like a fool again, checked his vitals which were stable and walked to see my next patient – technically, the first patient, and then I realized one thing – damn brain is always right! I should have checked the patients according to schedule and visited this old, frowning man in the end.

Nevertheless, I walked up to another heart patient, a lady in her sixties, who had a bypass surgery three days ago. Her daughter-in-law was accompanying her.

‘How is your mother now?’ I asked her, while I opened her file and checked her status from last night.

‘She’s feeling very low, doctor. Since yesterday she’s saying that she’s going to die soon. What should I do? She says she’s seeing reapers around her who have come to take her away. My husband lives out of city, and he can’t leave his job…’

‘Well, it’s about his own mother, can’t he come to see her? She needs emotional support of her son…’ I asked a personal question, though I generally don’t involve myself into personal lives of the patients, but sometimes out of curiosity I end up asking certain questions.

‘It’s not that, doctor. We need the money flowing to keep her in this hospital. I can take care of her here, while he can earn there and send us money. If he will come here, how will we be able to get her a treatment?’

For a moment, the young girl in her twenties, put me into thoughts. I was earning a six digit salary, no doubt, but not everybody was as rich as me. With time, I had almost forgotten what it meant to be doing something for someone by being far away. Don’t know why, but unwillingly and unwantedly enough, I kept myself at that guy’s place for a moment, and thought if my mother was in such a condition, and we needed money, will I come to her or keep working to support her? The former seemed to be an easier option. Anybody can come to see his mother if she’s in such a condition, but not everybody can work in another state, knowing that his mother may die someday, and he may not be able to meet her for the last time. There is only one thing that keeps such people going and that is – HOPE. A thin ray of hope. That someday, they’ll be able to reunite with their family in a better condition, and that someday, everything will be alright and their efforts will be fruitful. I felt sad for the family and I felt happy for the old lady. I felt proud of her for she gave birth to such a son, and then I felt her to be lucky enough to have such a daughter-in-law by her side.

Changing some medicines and writing a new prescription slip, I handed over the file to the daughter-in-law and moved on to my next patient – a little boy in his teens. He had a heart transplant a few weeks ago which was performed by our senior-most doctor and head of the cardiology department Dr Vinay Mathur. The boy was an orphan technically, as his parents and sister died in a car accident three years ago. Being the youngest and luckiest, he was the only survivor after three casualties.

‘How do you feel now?’ I smiled and checked his file.

‘I’m okay, but I don’t want to go home…’ the boy replied sadly.

I looked into his eyes, which had lost all hope to live. He was being accompanied by his uncle and aunt, who were taking care of him now. In ICU, he was there with his aunt, who didn’t seem much interested in knowing the health status of the boy anyways.

‘Your son is doing very well…’ I checked his echocardiogram report and the ECG report which were both normal.

‘He’s not my son.’ The lady spoke up bluntly.

I gave her a sharp glance. I didn’t expect such a rude behaviour from her knowing what the boy must be going through after losing his entire family, but what could I do?

Without getting myself involved into some personal brawl, I silently made some notes into the file, gave her a slip of prescription, patted the little guy’s head and walked out of the ICU. The morning round was over with a lot of questions and worries in my mind. Worries about their future and their lives ahead.

Avni’s father was fine, but don’t know why he was frowning. The old lady, was stable too, but she was sad for she couldn’t see her son, and my third patient, the little boy, he was much more hopeless and gloomy for his survival, than his family’s death even after three years.

Once a senior doctor said to me – Never attach yourself to any patient, if you want to be successful. He asked me to work emotionlessly and focus only on my career, but one thing was not understandable – how can you be so emotionless to the people who rely upon you and put their faith into you? People who hand over your life to you with a hope that you’ll save them, how can you be emotionless to them?

Some people do become emotionless with time, but I wasn’t one of them. Some of my patients and their stories left such deep impacts on me that I started believing in God, something that I had stopped doing since the day I knew about human body and its mechanism. For me, it was just a machine, which could be repaired with the instruments we had. We were the Gods on this earth. But then, sometimes, more than instruments, you need a miracle and that power was not available to any mortal God.

I thanked almighty for keeping me and my parents, safe, and walked out of the corridor. I saw Avni and her mother bickering upon something. I couldn’t hear what she was saying, but she wasn’t happy. She was moving her hands restlessly and she seemed quite nervous. I approached her with silent steps and I tried to be as casual as I could. I walked past her and could listen only to one sentence that capsized my world.

Avni said – ‘Okay, for father’s sake, I’ll get married to that guy next week!’

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  Comments (106)

  • Mehak

    April 20, 2014

    Eagerly waiting……..

    • Mehek

      April 21, 2014

      🙂 Thank you, Mehak!

  • aditi Singh thakur

    April 21, 2014

    exccccciiiiitttteeeeeddddd

    • Mehek

      April 21, 2014

      Me too! 😛

  • aditi Singh thakur

    April 21, 2014

    awesome…
    loved it…..
    :* <3

    • Mehek

      April 22, 2014

      Thank you, Aditi 🙂

  • mehak

    April 21, 2014

    loved it..really

    • Mehek

      April 22, 2014

      Thanks dear 🙂

  • adiba

    April 22, 2014

    superb starting…..!! cant wait 4d next episode…!!!

    • Mehek

      April 22, 2014

      Thank you doctor! 🙂 Keep connected and tell me if I’m wrong somewhere 😛 I’m not a medical student after all!

  • anu

    April 22, 2014

    jjust love it

    • Mehek

      April 22, 2014

      Thank you, Anu 🙂

  • Shubhangi Kaushik

    April 23, 2014

    It’s too good

    • Mehek

      April 23, 2014

      Thank you Shubhangi 🙂

  • adiba

    April 23, 2014

    no dear its all perfect…;)

    • Mehek

      April 23, 2014

      🙂 Thanks!

  • Kuldeep

    April 23, 2014

    Very nice and great work…. When will next part gonna be posted.

    • Mehek

      April 23, 2014

      The story is updated with a new chapter every night at 09 pm. Thank you for appreciation 🙂 Stay connected!

  • Kuldeep

    April 23, 2014

    I will..!!

  • ishita

    April 24, 2014

    lovd it alot (: …i wnt 2 read it in one go but cudnt pls post d next chap soon….
    eagerly waitng…

  • Kanika

    April 26, 2014

    it is awesome mehek…. loved it !!!
    i thnk Dr. Ishan’s part is pretty good as compared to Avni’s…
    i love all ur stories nd chapters but ds time…wen m readng Avni’s part i get a lil bored :/
    dunno why 🙁 🙁

    • Mehek

      April 26, 2014

      Let the story catch up some pace. It’s just the beginning. Hope you find the story good, happy reading 🙂

  • heena puri

    April 26, 2014

    nice one…eagerly w8ng 4 next part…

    • Mehek

      April 26, 2014

      Thanks 🙂

  • Kuldeep

    April 26, 2014

    After the end of 5th part…..
    Thunder clashes , Storms build up , Earth quakes , Universe shakes…
    And Dr. said repetitively
    What..?? What..?? What..??….
    :p :p :p :p

    • Mehek

      April 26, 2014

      Lol! It’s a story, not some cheap Indian TV Show!

  • Kuldeep

    April 26, 2014

    Hehehehe but if it was a show then definitely it will be like that.

  • Kanika

    April 26, 2014

    yes u were right Mehek…. 🙂
    i loved it 😛
    specially d last line…. hahahaha
    lots of love to u :* :*
    keep writing stories like ds ^_^ O:)

    • Mehek

      April 27, 2014

      Thank you! 🙂 I will keep writing, you also keep reading 😉

  • Kanika

    April 27, 2014

    of course dear !!! when d writer is YOU den one has to read it 😉

  • varsha

    April 27, 2014

    Message*
    hi mehak dis syd varsha i read ur arrange series n i became ur fan since d very first day i read ur first chapter.
    u done a grt job , keep writing as u wrote amazing stories
    nw i fell in love wid ur medical series too . though i have my finl year xam still i waited whole day just to read ur chapter .
    in luv wid ur stories
    keep smiling 🙂

    ur fan varsha 🙂

    • Mehek

      April 27, 2014

      Thank you so very much dear 🙂 It means a lot to hear from fans and friends like you! Each word encourages me to write more and better. Hope you like this story and do study and all the best for your exams 🙂 Take care and happy reading!

  • poornima rathi

    April 29, 2014

    awesome really…

    • Mehek

      April 29, 2014

      Thank you! 🙂

  • ankita paul

    April 29, 2014

    I need to know the whole story till the end. m loving it.. just keep me updated with this story.. I have read till their marriage part

    • Mehek

      April 29, 2014

      The story is updated every night at 9 pm, on this very blog. Kindly visit for daily chapters, happy reading! 🙂

  • Yashwin

    April 30, 2014

    Hy mehek yu a really doing a greatttttttt job:) 1 request is make ts story of yours into a book so tat ppl like me wud love to read it everyday! Lots of love and wishes,yashwin!:)

    • Mehek

      April 30, 2014

      Thanks Yashwin 🙂 I could have if it was so easy to publish books! Nevertheless, maybe one day all my stories find a place into a printed form. Stay connected and happy reading! 🙂

  • Aashish

    April 30, 2014

    Eagerly awaiting for 10 part.!!

  • Sirisha

    April 30, 2014

    A very good story Mehek. Keep going! Waiting for next parts. 🙂

    • Mehek

      April 30, 2014

      Thank you Sirisha, I’m glad you liked it. Stay connected and happy reading!

  • Robert

    April 30, 2014

    Grt job!!
    I m astonished to see that how an engineering mind can travell so deep into thoughts and do such wndrful piece of work..
    Moreover, it is very appreciable that u’ve done such masterpiece at a very young age..

    • Mehek

      May 1, 2014

      Thanks Robert, It’s wonderful to have such comments here, Stay connected and Happy Reading!

  • Kanika

    April 30, 2014

    i can feel each and every word…. they are magical
    superb !!!

  • Rohan

    April 30, 2014

    Loved it 🙂 #fan 😉

    • Mehek

      May 1, 2014

      Thank you, Rohan! 🙂

  • shubhangi'

    May 1, 2014

    I’m in love with the story…can’t wait for next chapter….it’s so different for regular love stories

    • Mehek

      May 1, 2014

      Thanks Shubhangi, I hope you will like further chapters too! You can join my facebook page here – http://www.facebook.com/GirlsHeart21

      Stay connected and Happy Reading! 🙂

  • Grace

    May 1, 2014

    Hi Mehek cant stop myself from rereading the previous chapters am loving the suspense please put it in a book.lots of love.

    • Mehek

      May 1, 2014

      Thanks a lot Grace, it means a lot 🙂 I’ll definitely try to get my stories into a book someday 🙂

  • seema

    May 1, 2014

    Nice story mehek
    I m waiting for next chapter…
    All d best

    • Mehek

      May 2, 2014

      Thanks Seema 🙂 Stay connected and happy reading! 🙂

  • Bimu

    May 1, 2014

    “It’s funny, how for an entire
    lifetime we keep thinking………………………..The days and nights
    in his arms, and the time that we
    will reserve for him.” – Mehek, you may be a girl and so your thoughts but, today’s story is narrated by Dr. Ishan. So, in this whole para ‘he’ must be replaced by ‘she’ and ‘him’ by ‘her.’ Don’t mistake me to point out mistakes. That’s because I’m expecting perfection from you. 🙂

    • Mehek

      May 2, 2014

      I’m not offended at all sweetie, but that’s my writing style 🙂 Doesn’t matter you write it from a male/female POV but when you’re narrating as a third person in some places, the reference can be any, and I prefer a female reference, thus stating male point of views and examples. It’s good that you pointed this thing out, so I could explain it to the readers that as an author, we are allowed to play a little with words and phrases. Perfection in my perspective doesn’t means being grammatically correct or typographically accurate and writing a baseless, boring story, perfection means being able to hold readers till the end, writing a story that people can relate to, scribbling the words through which people can learn, and at the end, when the story finishes, the readers can ‘miss’ it…that is perfection! 🙂

  • padmavati

    May 2, 2014

    Hi mehek
    i love rdng love stories
    n this is a medical series of whch i m also the part, so interesting really nice , i read ur arranged series that ws also amazing…..
    pls start writing a book will love to read it :*

    • Mehek

      May 3, 2014

      Thanks Padmavati, I’m working on a book only, and will be publishing it soon! 🙂 Hope you like my forthcoming ventures. This blog will anyways be my priority and I will keep updating it with new stories. Happy reading 🙂

  • Shreya

    May 2, 2014

    I must say that I’m every now and then falling in love with your writing skills. It seems impossible to wait for one complete day to read the next chapter. 🙁 And on top of it, you end the chapter at a point where anticipation increases

    • Mehek

      May 3, 2014

      Thanks a lot Shreya, it feels so good to read such nice comments. Don’t worry, there are only 4 chapters more to this story 🙂 Stay connected and happy reading!

  • Pia

    May 2, 2014

    hye Mehek . . m fan of urs writing . .
    itz jst awsome . . aftr each chapter d egarly waiting for d next
    n all iz lyk nw a part of lyf . . pls do writing 🙂
    love u n d spirit in u 🙂

    • Mehek

      May 3, 2014

      Thanks Pia 🙂

  • Uttam Prakash

    May 2, 2014

    I haven’t read any other article here but this one. And oh man, how awesome can it. Please stop torturing and post it quick. I’m dying to read it fully 😉 😀 just amazing. I’m at a loss for words to how awesome this is 🙂 ^_^

    • Mehek

      May 3, 2014

      Thanks Uttam, for a wonderful compliment 🙂 A new chapter is updated every night at 09 pm. Stay connected and happy reading 🙂

  • Stuti

    May 3, 2014

    hey mehek
    m lving the stories by u
    really i mst say wat an imagination and u also fill feelings in ur story and this is the most imp. thing that u connect ur readers
    eagerly waiting for nxt chapter
    i hv one ques. that will there be a sequeal to the story like Arranged Love ???

    • Mehek

      May 4, 2014

      Thanks Stuti, next chapter will be posted at 09 pm as usual. Right now, I can’t promise a sequel, but let’s see how the readers respond to the climax of the story 🙂

  • padmavati

    May 3, 2014

    Nice liked it ….
    watng fr next part 🙂
    i dont like watng….
    but hv to na ….

    • Mehek

      May 4, 2014

      Thanks 🙂

  • aditi Singh thakur

    May 5, 2014

    avni
    ishan..
    :*
    <3

    mehek (y)
    :*

    • Mehek

      May 6, 2014

      🙂 Thank you Aditi. Stay connected and happy reading!

  • anjali

    May 5, 2014

    Message* mehek its really owsmm story.. wid evry word i cn feel d emotion.. i smiled.. got sad.. bt its nyc.. cn easily relate to oua daily life situations.. 🙂

    • Mehek

      May 6, 2014

      Thank you Anjali 🙂 Means a lot!

  • hema

    May 5, 2014

    hey…I just started reading ur stories…must say I.couldn’t stop.untill.I.read all of dem..excellent writing…but in dis chapter of.med romance y hv.u.mentioned Chennai?? dey had been to Kerala right??

    • Mehek

      May 6, 2014

      Thanks Hema 🙂 And dear, I know I mentioned Chennai in chapter 15, that’s a mistake on my part because I wrote chapter 15 after a long gap. And I too, saw it just now as you pointed it out 🙂 Thanks, I have edited it.

  • Abhishek

    May 5, 2014

    Hi your story is really wonderful and specially those last two chapters in which you have given a great message. One on suicide and another one on indian men’s mentality about a girls. I liked it as I don’t have words to describe this story. Thanks for writing and keep writing such wonderful stories.

    • Mehek

      May 6, 2014

      Thanks Abhishek 🙂 I’m glad you liked it. I hope for two things in our society –
      1. People never commit suicides.
      2. Indian men change their mentality regarding virginity of a girl!
      Hope you like my other write-ups too. You can read about long distance relationships, and maintaining a relationship on my blog – http://www.mehek.in

  • prachi

    May 5, 2014

    can’t wait anymore….u r a marvellous writer…i could imagine all the scenes running like a movie in my mind…. kudos!!!!! 🙂

    • Mehek

      May 6, 2014

      Thanks Prachi 🙂 Means a lot!

  • Abhishek

    May 6, 2014

    Yes I have read it. I hope its true and meaningful whatever u have written about long distance relationship. I have read almost all the post’s you have posted on this blog.

    • Mehek

      May 6, 2014

      Thank you 🙂

  • Prachi

    May 6, 2014

    awesome end to such a beautiful piece of story….it didn’t seem like as if reading a fiction…at each philosophical portion..i was like …its damn true!!!!! I don’t have the right words to praise your write ups….i just can say marvel!! keep writing and keep smiling 🙂 😉

  • prateek

    May 6, 2014

    a beautiful message with an equally beautiful love story…..

  • Padmavati

    May 6, 2014

    Hi mehek
    nice ending with good moral of the story….
    spclly fr doctors yeah its true they r so busy in there proffessional life….
    but that proffsn demands to be busy as its sumones life whch matters….
    but hope wid ur story many dr will understand it n spend time with family also 🙂
    keep writing such nice stories…
    all the best 🙂

  • Hema

    May 6, 2014

    beautiful climax wid a lovely msg…:-D

  • nayira

    May 7, 2014

    Truly amazing story

    • Mehek

      May 8, 2014

      Thanks Nayira 🙂

  • Mansi

    May 8, 2014

    I was excited about the story..but then sadly the story lost its flow and it were just a few chapters..

    • Mehek

      May 8, 2014

      Thank you Mansi 🙂 Yeah, I agree the story is hurried to the end because I’m having my final exams next week! I’ll be back with a new story very soon, stay connected till then, you can read my blog here – http://www.mehek.in – for interesting write-ups!

  • Shivani

    May 8, 2014

    I must say….nice stories.
    I liked the sequence of arranged marriage depicting love of Shrey n Akanksha
    I’m in search of that kind of stories in a good number.
    Your latest one being Medical Romance, I’ve read that too.

    Waiting formany more to read 🙂

  • Shivani

    May 8, 2014

    I’ve joined the fb page.
    Looking forward to read only “Shrey-Akanksha” type of love stories. That interests me.
    Stories awaited…..
    Thanks 🙂

    • Mehek

      May 9, 2014

      Thanks 🙂

  • Ayushi Dhariwal

    May 12, 2014

    thank you so muchhh mehek for ur wonderfulll storiess…m a big fan of urs…
    salute u girl for wht u ri8 is amazinggg…
    shrey and akansha was my favrt story nd this 1 is also good..
    thanks for wht u ri8 for us…
    hope i will get the chance to read the next story of urs soon

    • Mehek

      May 12, 2014

      Thanks Ayushi 🙂 I’m glad you liked it and read it till the end. My next story will be updated soon and will be a thriller hopefully. Stay connected with my blog. You can read more interesting stuff here – http://www.mehek.in

  • Bhavishya

    May 19, 2014

    Really a good job mehek..luving ur writings..shrey and akanksha were my favourites.and nw ishan and avni too..nice selectionof names..keep writing mehek..al the bst..:)

    • Mehek

      May 19, 2014

      Thanks 🙂 Stay connected! A lot more stories coming up 🙂

  • Rashmi

    July 1, 2014

    Its a gud lesson for those who take life easily…loved reading it..! 🙂

    • Mehek

      July 1, 2014

      Thanks Rashmi 🙂

  • Maria

    July 11, 2014

    awesome story.. loved the morale. despite being a romance novel it shares such a beautiful thought..

    • Mehek

      July 11, 2014

      Thanks a lot Maria 🙂 Keep connected and happy reading!

  • Puneet

    October 28, 2014

    very nice and interesting fiction mehek….. keep it up (y) 🙂

    • Mehek

      October 28, 2014

      Thanks 🙂

  • Richa

    December 24, 2014

    Hey Mehek!
    I was searching for some good fiction and googled for and what I found was ur blog
    I read all most all stories of yours and a few articles too.
    Every story was great. Just loved the idea and theme behind each.
    Have become ur regular reader and will try to comment on each piece of your work.

    • Mehek

      December 24, 2014

      Hey Richa, thanks a lot for appreciation and love! 🙂 I’m going to post some new stories very soon. I was caught up in exams actually so had no time to update the blog. Meanwhile you can join my facebook page for regular updates – http://www.facebook.com/GirlsHeart21