Fresh cover-LOVE REMAINS ALIVE-20-1-2017

Love Remains Alive

By AJOY SAHAY

“One morning, on way to his office, Akash is stunned to see a very familiar face while scrolling a social media site on his smart-phone and cannot resist connecting with his childhood friend and once beloved, Priyanka, after decades.

Priyanka, too, unable to contain her excitement at seeing her old friend, accepts his friend request and connects with Akash. They chat, they meet and they share their untold feelings of the past for each other, but wish to continue their friendship not as two individuals but as two happy families.

Unfortunately, Akash finds it difficult to take his wife, Rita, who is suspicious by nature, into confidence. As continuing the friendship with Rita not being aware of it is not acceptable to Priyanka, they are forced to drop the idea and discontinue their newly found, long lost friendship, once again.

However, when Rita comes to know about their chatting and meeting, she misunderstands them completely and feels cheated. She gets angry and the situation spirals out of control. Relationships sour and misery abounds and by the time Rita realizes her folly, it is too late.
Or is it?

Fresh cover-LOVE REMAINS ALIVE-20-1-2017
AJOY SAHAY
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The author is a sales and marketing professional and is presently working as vice president in a leading lighting company. Born and brought up in Bihar, he has spent his professional life mostly in Delhi and other parts of country and has overseas exposure. A science graduate with honours in chemistry and masters in business administration, he is highly inclined towards literature, arts, culture and music. He believes in making everything possible with a positive approach and ethical execution and is very contented and satisfied with what God, parents and society have given him. His debut book “The Viral of Salesmanship” was the first non-fiction book on social critics and has received tremendous response and success. “The Love Remains Alive’ is his second book and first fiction book.

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