Gitanjali met Randeep Singh Taneja at a farm party in Delhi. He called himself 'Randy'. He flirted with her; she resisted. She was a single mother, a divorcee, and Randy was five years younger. They became friends, went for walks in Lodhi Garden, had coffee in Khan Market, and he asked her hand in marriage. She refused, he beguiled her, they fell in love, and she said yes. The couple moved to London and this is where the first signs of trouble began. Away from all that was familiar to her, Gitanjali began to notice that Randy was not all that declared to be. Random phone calls from women who claimed to either be his wife or his girlfriend, a child who called him 'Papa', photographs of Randy with other women, multiple cell phones...and for all this he had reasonable explanations that left her with no room for doubt. Gitanjali thought she knew her husband. That is until she hadn't opened his cell phone and found out about the many lives he was leading across the world. This book is a dark and gripping story about a marriage gone wrong. It is a cautionary tale of how we may think we know someone when we really don't. Beguiled is a true story.