â€œA great marriage is not when the ‘perfect couple’ comes together. It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences.â€ ? Dave Meure.
What does a woman want? This question has been nagging the society, especially men, since centuries. Bhaavna Arora tries to decode this mystery through The Deliberate Sinner. Bhaavna, through her plot, delves deep into the psyche of modern Indian woman and her needs.
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Â Overview of the book:
Is there an acid test to gauge the success of a relationship?
Is it right to carry on in an unhealthy relationship with no conjugal bliss, or look for an alternate path?
Rihana is an adventurous and free-spirited girl, until she marries Veer, an eligible bachelor who comes from a wealthy family. While they appear ‘happily married’, their strong personalities are at odds. Veer, for the most part, is insensitive to Rihana’s physical and emotional needs, straining the relationship and leaving her feeling incomplete.
Caught between the devil and the deep sea, Rihana has to now decide whether to walk out of her marriage and be a victim of society’s ridicule, or compromise on her physical needs, which for her are the foundation for a healthy marital bond.
Can they work out their differences? Will Veer give her what she desires, or push her to do something desperate and scandalous?
Know the author : Bhaavna Arora
Â Dr. Bhaavna Arora is a new-generation writer who is an avid learner from life. She is a young enthusiast who has two MBA degrees and a Doctorate from Pittsford University in Leadership to her credit.
A philanthropist at heart, she has been sponsoring an underprivileged boy’s education. She also works closely with an institute of differently abled children.Â You can visit her atÂ http://www.bhaavna.com
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