Meet Amit Verma, a 27 year-old dreamy corporate lawyer looking for a job in Delhi, India.
One morning, while going through his mobile phone contact list, he comes across the entry for Naina Karnad, a girl who stole his heart some two years back in his former workplace.
The problem: He has not dialled her number in a year.
Will they ever meet again?
Will their love life survive the corporate intrigues and the recession?
“Legally in love” is a powerful tale of two souls battling their way through the ruthless world of corporate office politics to discovering their true love and passion.
If you love reading clean and wholesome romance, buy a copy or download a sample now. And enjoy!Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary
Amit Verma was exasperated. In his comfort wear of black shorts and a blue t-shirt that fitted his lean body nicely, he was following his daily routine—of scanning through the appointment pages in the three newspapers he subscribed to. Amit had been trying to look for a job as a corporate lawyer but there were just no announcements anywhere.
In Amit’s flat in Jor Bagh, South Delhi, Jeff, his Black English Labrador, was sleeping, nicely curled up, on a rug covering the white tiled floor. Sensing Amit’s frustration instinctively Jeff would moan occasionally in sympathy. That would force Amit to bend down to pat Jeff and assuage that things were probably not as bad as they appeared.
The harsh summer days were gone. The cool breeze through the windows touched Amit’s cheeks and hinted at the sweetness of the onset of the mild Delhi winters. His room had a J&K Tourism calendar which depicted the picturesque landscape of Kashmir. The sight of the majestic fir trees, snow covered mountain tops and the frothing sky blue river soothed his soul.
There was a laptop and a Wi-Fi broadband router on his desk. His room was cluttered with newspaper clippings full of job interview tips. Amit had been studying a lot on how to impress his employers and land his “dream job.”
Translation in progress. Translated by Tochukwu Benedict Ezeifekwuaba
Already translated. Translated by ALINE SASSON