Secret Love

Posted on the 06 March 2020 by Views She Writes @ViewsSheWrites

He came out of nowhere into her life. Unexpected but with a rush of passion and emotions. And since then, he consumed her mind. She couldn’t think of anything or anyone else. The way he talked, the way he walked, his style of dressing, his behavior – all she could think of was him. So much so that, at times, her husband joked that she seemed to love him more than her husband.

But for her, the joke was slowly turning into a reality. She realized she was prioritizing him more than her husband. And one day, she couldn’t hold it any longer. Telling her husband that she is going to follow her heart, she set out on a new journey with him. It was all she had dreamt of and so much more. He brought out a version of her that she never knew existed. She was freely and truly in love for the first time in her life.

And that love was accepted wholeheartedly by the readers when she released her book. Her husband hugged her gently at the book launch. “If only you had told me of this book idea before. I love the change this book has brought out in you.” And she glowed.

You Might Also Like :

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog

These articles might interest you :

  • Tattered Men by Michael Williams

    Tattered Michael Williams

    When a body washes ashore downstream from the city, the discovery saddens the small neighbourhood south of Broadway. A homeless man, T. Tommy Briscoe, whose lif... Read more

    By  Pamelascott
  • Bandcamp Bonanza – 114

    Bandcamp Bonanza

    On this edition of Bandcamp Bonanza I share my Bandcamp revenue giveaway day albums in which I splurged and resurrected from my wishlist into my collection.... Read more

    By  Ripplemusic
  • Hanging with Hazel: Big Dog in the City

    Hanging with Hazel: City

    Hanging with Hazel: What it's like to be a big city dog I know you all know me- I'm Hazel. But I'm not the same Hazel I was before. I've changed. I'm a big... Read more

    By  Pawsforreaction
  • Favourite Books I've Read This Year In Progress

    Favourite Books I've Read This Year Progress

    Non-Fiction: Patrick Radden Keefe: Say Nothing. A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland. Richard Rhodes: The Making of the Atomic Bomb. Read more

    By  Cathy Leaves
  • Sweet Kettle Corn

    Sweet Kettle Corn

    Every Monday Night in our church we have what is called Family Home Evening. Its an evening set aside for families to do something together as a family. Read more

    By  Mariealicerayner
  • A Dual Wedding in Greece

    Dual Wedding Greece

    Gifted American couple Maria and Ben, had a Catholic wedding in Pireaus and then symbolic wedding in santorini and wedding party. Read more

    By  Olympia Giannopoulou