A Bright Particular Star

“Don't yon have a favorite movie or pop star?” “You can think of me,” Kunal ... have a favorite film star, and pop music wasn't to my taste. A face flashed in front of my eyes—an arrogant ... Prem asked. Balaram 38 A Bright Particular Star.

A Bright Particular Star

From a family of army men distinguished for their service, Sakshi Alexa Jerome is tragically orphaned. Now alone, she fends for herself with courage and determination. Beautiful, her russet hair and green eyes a legacy from her Scottish grandmother, she attracts the attention of young industrialist, Jai Samartha. Jai proposes making it clear he does not believe in love. Convinced she will not fit into his social circle, she turns him down. Jai pursues her relentlessly. Still full of doubt, in love with him, she accepts with the full approval of his family who has loved her from the start. But later, when Jai asks for a divorce, for there is another woman in his life, she has to gather up the pieces of her life again with courage, keeping a secret safe from Jai. Settled once more, still in love with him, she tries to be happy--and then Jai reappears on the scene... Laid against the backdrop of Western India, it is a stirring tale of love, heartache, with a startling denouement.

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