Description She could hear his footsteps coming closer. Pressing her trembling hands to her mouth she even tried not to breath. Her bruises were throbbing with pain and chest was heaving. She could smell her burnt skin telling her that it was deep this time. She knew it wont take him long until he finally locates her in his wardrobe. Oh, Lord, Please, help me out.She cried in her brain as hot tears slide down her cheek. All of the sudden, the room was echoing with his favorite music. She banged her head on the wall ahead on her helplessness. That creepy violin was at the max. She knew the reason too well. He had found her. Rishika just sit there waiting for her blow. She tried to numb herself. Like every other time she tried to tell herself that this is not happening to her but the moment she heard him say, "Oh, my dear Shikha, here you are." She broke into tears. She didn't have it in her to look at his face. "Please,.please, "She pleaded as she tried even more to hug her legs. "What? Am I not the same guy you so much wanted to marry?" Rishika Mehra, the daughter of the wealthiest person in India was disowned by her family at age, 17, for the reason never revealed to the world. She went to Germany with the help of her friend/childhood crush, Paul Schmidt. Finally, for the first time she was able to breathe without any baggage until the day her friend asked her out and made her live under the shadows she never deserved. If you are into dark books and the emotional crap that bring tears to your eyes, you are in for a treat. Notice This book has mature content. So, please read if you are eighteen plus. Do not copy, or reproduce this work in part or in full. This book is written by me @Vidhi90 and @AshlehQueen. Major Characters Paul Schmidt Rishika Mehra Jay Verma Rishi Mehra Avantika Mehra Karan Rathod
Ashe Lovelace is the last person on earth... Or so she thought. After wishing the whole world away she's initially filled with regret, then it gradually fades away as she begins enjoying this newfound freedom and solitude; something that she's been yearning for so long. But as time passes she eventually begins to feel lonely; slowly growing ever so close to the brink of insanity... Until she realises that she's not the last person on earth. All this time, she wasn't completely alone.
Michael had always been aware that a monster was inside of him. He's not a violent person, but for whatever reason, he's often struggled to fight the urges that nearly drive him to madness, and has spent most of his life isolated from the others to avoid hurting them. One night, a strange voice asks him if he would choose a different life, one more suited to the kind of person he is. Thinking nothing of it, he says yes, and wakes up to find himself in an unfamiliar place. But this is different from all the other times, he's in an entirely different world. One would think it would be a chance to escape from his horrible life, but this new life seems even more horrible, filled with endless horrors that dig deeper down into his already damaged psyche. He sets out to find a way back home, while keeping his own darkness at bay, lest it unleashes the monster inside.
"Do you know that stars die?" I asked, breaking the silence. I didn't know where the question came from, but that's the only thing that came in mind. "Yeah," he answered. "And some stars we see in the sky may be already dead. But they're so far away that their afterglow can still be seen above. Some of them may seem glowing but they're actually dead." We all have a little gallery of photographic memories inside our hearts. An exhibit of things we could never forget through our short moments in time. Some were so good, we held it like they were the best part of our lives while some were things we desperately ran away from － they hunted us, and killed our hopes. The beginning of my life ended on my tenth birthday, the day when my childhood was stolen away from me. I longed to run away from that nightmare that held me tightly in my neck and made helpless under its grasp. Going to college had become my final chance to run away. On my seventeenth birthday, after enrolling at a university, my life took another shift. I met a man who showed me the glimmer of hope I always wanted to see. And this was our story. A narration of first love, bittersweet and worthwhile.