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Love Through Cobra's Eye

Kimaya Mathew

Book Overview: 

Rashi Sharma is in dire search of a job when she gets the offer for the post of Shesh Chauhan's personal secretary by the elder brother, Vritra Chauhan. The world turns upside down for her when she comes to know that a snake, whom she saved a particular day from getting killed by the common people is a weresnake and has developed a certain attraction for her. What now? Will Rashi ever meet Vasu, the weresnake? Will she be able to tell him the depth of her love?

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Are you crazy?” one of them with the big moustache says, as he looks at me. Looks like the creature heard me because as I cry, its hood turns to me and he shifts his position a little. Its forked tongue comes out and it attains to its full height. Black skin with faint pale yellow cross bands down the length of the body and smooth scales.

A creature with hypnotising power!

I too am in that state because I continue gazing in its eye when one bite from it can kill me. Slowly, without lifting my gaze from it, I say, “Try to lift it softly from its tail through stick”

“It will attack” says the girl still sobbing.

“No, it won’t” I say, directing her through my hands, “Go, run!”

“What?”

“I said run. He is not looking at you now and don’t forget to tie a piece of cloth to that wound of yours. Everyone” I say, “Please,make some space. . . Read More