When We Happened: Opposites Attracts

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Shattered from the betrayal given as a gift to her on their wedding day by her fiancé, Ragini leaves town to hide face from the humiliation of being abandoned at the altar. To find solace she randomly lands into a hotel suite. Thinking that she's finally left alone, Ragini takes in the tranquility and peace. Screaming in the dark though she comes across a stranger sleeping on her bed. Ragini instantly disapproves of the seemingly rich brat whose eyes she thinks belongs to the devil himself. To be precise, a brown eyed devil.

A confusion leads into a fight and then it spirals into a mutual dislike. As fate pulls them closer both the stranger and Ragini slowly take a step towards friendship. A friendship where both of them understand the pain of being deceived by their partners. Trying to teach his ex a lesson, Ragini agrees to become his fake fiancé, but then again she finds herself dangerously falling for the 'wrong guy'. Ragini is not ready for another heart break and the man in question of driving her emotions into a frenzy also is not in the habit of taking a no for an answer.

Read how opposites attract and how they happen to fall for each other while fighting their own insecurities of falling in love and learning the one thing that they lack together. That is trust, the thing which builds a relationship into a strong bond.

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