‘I wish I had known his nature before our marriage. Maybe that would have helped me decide.’
Sheena, a busy professional, is happily married (or so she thinks). Life has become humdrum, and she has more or less accepted her fate, when suddenly life takes a turn and she finds herself trapped between duty and lost love.
Caught in the temptation, she struggles to hold onto her married life. Can she find a way out?
In this perceptive story of an otherwise happy couple, Sujata Parashar forces us to break free of convention, and think about some important questions:
Is dissatisfaction a license to being unfaithful? Should one listen to the conscience, or to the heart?
Is infidelity a sin, or just a natural striving for satisfaction? Are the sacred vows strong enough against the carnal pull?
In Pursuit of Infidelity is an attempt to find and answer.