She Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

She Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

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Zoella didn't know whether she was devastatingly happy or happily devastated. Zoella has been in love with Fardeen Malik, her best friend's gorgeous older brother, since she was ten, but he's always seen her as a 'good girl'-not his type-and he can barely remember her name. Besides, he's engaged to a gorgeous leggy socialite, someone from the same rarefied social strata as the imposing Malik family. In short, Zoella has no chance with him. Until a brutal accident leaves Fardeen scarred and disfigured, that is. Suddenly bereft of a fiancee, Fardeen is bitterly caustic, a shell of the man he used to be, a beast that has broken out of the fairy tale world he once lived in. And a twist of fate lands him his very own beauty-Zoella. This man, however, is a far cry from the Fardeen of her dreams. Stripped of her illusions, Zoella creates her own twist in the fairy tale, beating him at his own game. Order now and read this modern, unusual interpretation of the old-age fairy tale, in which Zeenat explores the themes of love, longing and arranged-marriages."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 258 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 14.99mm | 349.26g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508469997
  • 9781508469995

About Zeenat Mahal

Zeenat Mahal was born in Lahore, Pakistan. She has published two novellas, and a short story with Indireads: Haveli, The Contract and The Accidental Fiancee. Her latest romance novella, She Loves Me, He Loves Me Not, came out on Februaury 14th, 2015. Zeenat started writing Haveli, her first short novel, when she realized one fine day that all those characters that she had lived with for ages, were waiting for her to start telling their stories. "I always knew I wanted to write, and that I would write...One Day. And since that perfect day never came, nor the perfect idea speaking like an oracle to me, it hit me finally that all these ordinary stories of love, and heartache, were the stories I had to tell, that I wanted to tell." Zeenat has a creative writing degree from London, and when she isn't writing, she's reading.show more

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