Star-Crossed. | Part III

Tara’s metallic apartment door stood ominously in front of me. I couldn’t quite understand why I was so nervous about seeing someone I hadn’t met in almost a decade now—honestly, how did it matter? Why was I making such a big deal out of this? I’m sure Arjun wasn’t even thinking about this side of … Continue reading Star-Crossed. | Part III

Star-Crossed. | Part II

Well you see, Arjun Solanki and I went all the way back to our childhood, when our families lived next door to each other in Karol Bagh. Tara, and I were inseparable, joined at the hip, literally living at each other’s houses’. Naturally, Arjun, as Tara’s older brother, was always in vicinity, be it when … Continue reading Star-Crossed. | Part II