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I Loved A Street Woman is the story of Captain Aviral. The Captain has had a heartbreaking past and is now trying to make life better for himself.
Summary of the Book
This is the story of a young war veteran and his attempt to make an improvement in his life. His childhood love has left him and he is recovering from war injuries. He is sad as he is sure that it was true love that he lost. He starts his own travel firm and is accompanied by a travel freak, Umrao, on a random trip. They visit old and forgotten cities, and experience the cults and practices of these places. They explore the life in the village like it has never been seen. Soon, the doubts that they kept hidden and their fears begin to unwind. Towards the end of trip Umrao disappears leaving no clue. Aviral finds out that she was a woman who belonged to the banned streets of some unknown town. Will Aviral accept and confess his love for her?
About Nitin Vinay Khare
Nitin Vinay Khare is a Sainik School alumnus and a Post Graduate student in Management. He prefers to live an anonymous and nomadic life, and is always in search of creative inspirations for his stories, poetry and paintings.
A great read!!
21 Sep, 2013
A piece of c**p
6 Feb, 2014
Not Bad but not a must read !
2 Oct, 2013
awesome book by first time writers
Romesh Kumar Jain
2 Sep, 2012
11 Jan, 2013
I loved a street woman-Title doesn't match
7 Dec, 2012
Love of Journey
3 Dec, 2012
wonderful narration and sweet theme
Thousand Miles Magazine Reports
23 Sep, 2012
A Journey of War, Humiliation and Love
10 Sep, 2012
Really Nice book to read...Great concept
8 Sep, 2012