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Poor Kevin by Kate MorganPoor Kevin by Kate Morgan
Most men came to Louise Chapman for comfort,counselling or sex.And she gives it to them.Her boyfriend doesn't seems to mind.But when Kevin comes to see her everything changes.

Kevin is different.He Read More...
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Two Mother and other stories
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by Khalid Mohamed
'No right, no wrong. No destiny, no karma, no kismat. It's all there, the tide of circumstances, evensts and results. That impels him know more about his history if there was one of a cindered family tree. His father , somewhere on the other side of the border, Pakistan, didn't arouse his interest. Never never never. The two mothers do. Abba, father,was instructed by ma with steely resolve, never ever to see the boy. He attemped to it would have been abnormal if he hadn't. He was humiliated. Like those countless treaties between India and Pakistan- ineffectual. Maybe abba is dead now, may be he's lech with a merry- go- round of a family and mistresses in Lahore,Karachi, Islamabad, Whereverabad, Who cares.'

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Knots and No Crosses
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Heartbreak after heartbreak, he still dreams of a perfect wedding...

"The woman he had no intentions of loving, but who he did love, hopelessly. The woman he had no intentions of dating, but had ended up committing himself to. The woman who had always been four years older than him, but realized it only when she was about to hit London for a PG course. The woman who had gotten into the car without looking back once, as he stood there on the empty streets outside the institute nursing a broken heart. Patty, the woman who was today married to some investment banker and a mother of a four year old, who had somehow heard of his wedding and had decided to message him. She sure deserved an invite."

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Bala Takes The Plunge
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Bala dreams of making Tamil films and directing his favourite actor, Rajinikanth -- a dream that leads him, naturally, to study engineering in college. This earns him his dad's approval and the opportunity to export himself to America. As Director of Design at FlexIt Inc., thinking up new ways to help Americans shed the extra weight around their middles and in their wallets, he's at least a director of some sort. Bala loves America, and America, it seems, loves him even more. He has everything he needs to be happy : a green card, a satellite dish to watch cricket, and a companion to share his home albeit one with a very limited vocabulary.

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