A gripping tale of love, terror, and the indefatigable human spirit that starts out to rescue love but ends up saving the nation…
** From the Amazon #1 Best-selling Author **
Major Akhil Thapar’s life turns upside down when he steps on a land mine while battling terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir.
With his left leg gone, he has to adjust to a new reality. That he is crippled. That his career in the army is over. That he will now be wedded to his wheel chair. Forever.
Till one fine morning when he meets Amrita Arora, a witty, smart, and intrepid conflict-zone TV journalist, in the hospital where he is recuperating.
They fall in love when Major Akhil discovers a secret about Amrita. A secret that connects the two of them.
But everything is thrown off balance when Amrita goes missing. It falls on Major Akhil alone to rescue his love. Little does he know that in his resolve to save Amrita, he would embark on a dangerous roller-coaster mission to save his country.
About the author(s)
Prasenjeet Kumar is the author of over 25 books in four genres: Romance-Fiction, motivational books for introverts (the Quiet Phoenix series), books on self-publishing (Self-Publishing Without Spending a Dime series) and cookbooks (Cooking In A Jiffy series). 50 titles so far have also been translated into French, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and German.
Prasenjeet is a Law graduate from the University College London (2005-2008), London University and a Philosophy Honours graduate from St. Stephen's College (2002-2005), Delhi University. In addition, he holds a Legal Practice Course (LPC) Diploma from College of Law, Bloomsbury, London.
Prasenjeet loves gourmet food, music, films, golf and travelling. He has already covered seventeen countries including Canada, China, Denmark, Dubai, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Sharjah, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, UK, Uzbekistan, and the USA.
Prasenjeet is the self-taught designer, writer, editor and proud owner of the website http://www.cookinginajiffy.com/ which he has dedicated to his mother and http://www.publishwithprasen.com where he shares tips on self- publishing.