Till We Meet Again, published in 2012, starts off with a Stolen Kiss. The protagonist is Nishi, a girl who likes to keep to herself. She falls in love with Kunal, a cynical and strong minded man. Inspite of her apprehensions, she realizes that she is madly in love with Kunal, and her entire life seems to revolve around him. Unfortunately, she has not been able to express her feelings to her beloved. Kunal is shy, and does not openly proclaim his yearning for the protagonist. Readers will also come across a second love story about Nishi’s friend Vedika, and Rishabh. The novel also describes how family melodrama unfolds in the midst of this amorous tale.
Till We Meet Again tells the beautiful story of this girl’s romantic uncertainties, and encourages her to go out and live her dreams. The author says that there are billions of people who are in love, just like Nishi. She is not alone on this path! Till We Meet Again, Dhar’s debut fiction, explains how love can change someone's life. The distinct characters, along with the romantic storyline make this book an engaging read. This novel is a national bestseller.
About Leema Dhar
Leema Dhar, born 1993, is an Indian writer. Her other works include For The Hundred Tomorrows, Mom and I Love a Terrorist: Can Love Happen with a Man in Dark?, and The Girl Who Kissed the Snake: Can a Foetus Become a Deadly Avenger?
Dhar did her schooling from St. Mary’s Convent in Allahabad. She is currently a 2nd year Humanities student at Allahabad University. She is India’s youngest bilingual writer and poet. Dhar’s first work consisted of a collection of Hindi poems called Kuch Lafz Naqab Mein, published in 2007. Dhar has been nominated in 2011 and 2012 for the Hindustan Times Women Achiever Awards. She is currently a freelance writer, and is associated with many creative projects. The author’s interest lies in psychology. Dhar enjoys painting, singing, and travelling. She says that the Andaman Islands inspire her.