By Vidisha Chandna Dua
Life’s Not Over Yet
Trisha moves to Chail, a beautiful hill station to escape from her past on the advice of her friend. She realises soon enough that her friend has not told her everything.
In time Dev and her, become good friends. Even though they both start caring for each other, she is not able to forget her past or share her past with him.
Trisha must decide what is more important, her past or her future. Will she give up on her dreams and resign herself to her fate or take one day at a time and start rebuilding her life again.
Life’s not over yet is a heart-warming love story that shows you, life can be magical as well as painful. At any moment your entire life can change for better or for worse. The best way to enjoy the magic or survive the pain is to surround yourselves with the people who love you.
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Beautiful love story and so beautifully comprehended. I couldnt stop myself from finishing it in one go :). Truely motivational story life always stores surprises for you –Kanika Garg, Amazon India ★★★★★
Amazing love story
It’s a beautiful love story surrounded by the ups and downs of life. Each chapter you read takes you by surprise. A truly motivational story, please bring on more! – R Kapur, Amazon UK ★★★★★
This is the 1st book I’ve read written by Vidisha Chandna Dua; she has done a great job at writing a good short story; I can’t wait to read more of her books.
The story line caught my attention at the very beginning and kept me interested throughout the entire book.
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– Jeanne Richardson ★★★★ goodreads
Author's Note - Life's Not Over Yet Here’s how I got the idea to write ‘Life’s Not Over Yet’. I decided to take a break from work once my daughter was born. It was supposed to be a two or three-year break but somehow turned out to be more than that. I started thinking...
“Do you mind if I come inside? It will take them some time to get ready,” said Dev while coming in and sitting on the bed.
“Well, you are already in,” Trisha said, closing the door.
“Sorry, I thought in the beginning we all were having fun and then by the time we came back you seemed distant,” said Dev.
Trisha sat down on the floor next to the bed and said, “It was a lot of fun. I am just tired. I guess there were just too many personal questions that I am not ready to talk about. It was mentally exhausting trying to deflect them.”
“Ok, how about I stay and cheer you up a bit,” said Dev sitting down on the floor in front of Trisha. Dev saw the expression of uncertainty on her face. “I promise I will not ask inappropriate questions even if you beg me too,” he said with a grin.
“Oh my God,” said Trisha loudly, hitting him with a pillow that was on the floor next to her.
“Made you smile, didn’t I. As it is life is uncertain so enjoy it while it lasts,” Dev said, throwing the pillow back.
“Ok, so tell me what happened in your life to make your sister want to set you up with someone?” Trisha asked.
“I will answer that question in a moment. Let’s make it interesting. We will play a game called ‘Questions’. We both will ask each other ten questions. Make it five since it’s your first time. All questions have to be answered truthfully,” said Dev while opening his bag he had brought with him. He took out a bottle of Rose wine and two glasses.
“Why do I feel that you came here prepared,” said Trisha.
“Trish, remember this, I am…. always……. prepared. So are…. you…. readyyyyy,” said Dev giving her a glass of Rose wine.
“What if I don’t want to answer?” Trisha said taking the glass from Dev.
“Well, then I get to ask you another coz you are a beginner, so I will make an exception,” said Dev.
“Who starts first,” said Trisha.
“Go ahead,” said Dev.
“Why did your sister set you up?” asked Trisha, drinking wine.