The story is not mine but the person who inspires me to write more. Actually I liked the concept! I don’t know about you guys. Read the intro of the OS to know more. Tell me if it’s not good. I’ll discontinue. The actual writer wrote it for 70 chapters and I’m writing it as an OS…
Hope you like it… 😉
Swara D’Souza: She ran away from home at 15 not being able to stand her radically religious family anymore and was desperate to be nothing like them which lead her to living on the streets subjecting herself to drugs, alcohol and prostitution going down a road straight to an early death when her pregnancy saved her life. She hated the child for ruining her life but when she went to clinic to terminate, she broke down.
Clean and sober since then, she would do anything to provide for her even if it’s selling her body to do that. She went from the bad streets where she was beat up to an agency for high priority clients.
Now, 24 with a 7 year old daughter she wants out of the life she’s known nearly 10 years so she can do anything else, already knowing that one day her daughter would have to know the truth. So she studies while Aisha is at school when she gets a new client that her boss thought only she could handle.
Sanskar Maheshwari: He left home as soon as he could and never went back. He was off to basic right after graduation. He dedicated his life to the Army and in 9 years he had served a good portion of that overseas.
He volunteered for deployments and his leadership qualities shone through as he was promoted to Sergeant First Class shortly before his latest deployment, which he didn’t know could possibly be his last. Part way in they were ambushed and he was lucky to make it out with a couple gunshot wounds while some of his men never made it out. Now on medical leave while he recovers he’s irritable, frustrated, angry and not wanting to admit he was suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). He needed to let off some steam and that’s where Swara come in.
He didn’t want some fake experience because he really didn’t care so when he tells her to speak her mind she becomes the most infuriating and sarcastic woman he’s ever met, putting him in his place on many occasions much to his amusement.
For once in his life he feels a fierce protectiveness for someone other than for the men he served with but she wants nothing to do with that, to her he’s a client and nothing else.
Aisha Jenny Acousta: Swara’s daughter. She loves Swara very much but is always sad not to find a dad beside her. She is seven but too smart. She likes Sanky for her mother and wants her mother to get married for her benefits to get a sister.