Locked In a closet with a stranger Mayura Amarkant

Short Story: Locked in a closet with a stranger | From Trapped In Heaven & Other Stories | Mayura Amarkant

Fate brings them together during Mumbai’s communal riots.  They end up getting cosy. The police identify him as the rapist who caused the furore among the Hindu and Muslim communities in the city. What happens next? Don’t miss this one, it will take you to a place of no return.

Locked In a closet with a stranger Mayura Amarkant

To read the full story, buy the book, Trapped In Heaven & Other Stories by Mayura Amarkant.

Trapped In Heaven & other stories is an anthology of fiction written by debutante author, Mayura Amarkant. It contains 9 short stories that circle around the myriad shades of love and relationships. Using a gripping narrative, Mayura spins each story with great élan, keeping the reader hooked till the end.

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If you are a die-hard romantic or a fan of erotica, then this book is for you.

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26 comments

    1. thank you so much :)…I am so glad you noticed the way the sensual part was handled…there is such a thin line between sensual and vulgar…I was very careful…thank you for the acknowledgement 🙂

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  1. Dude You winning hearts with your writing skills 🙂 Such a beautiful story! The climax surprised me and guess what I could visualize this whole scenario and the climax got me goosebumps!
    #InvincibleGang

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  2. Dude You winning hearts with your writing skills 🙂 Such a beautiful story! The climax surprised me and guess what I could visualize this whole scenario and the climax got me goosebumps!

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  3. wow…I love fiction. Your words help me to visualize every single moment of it. I thought she is just thinking about Agasthya – her old love 🙂 Waiting for more. #Bloggerbabes #OpeNtalk

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  4. A gripping tale indeed. Was glued onto each word lest i miss even one moment. Yes the end was totally unfathomable. Loved the way you narrated the whole story with the right emotions in place. #NISSATalks Sudha

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  5. As I read fiction, I quickly clicked the link.
    Take a bow !! You took me in the flashback where I use to be glued to such books days and nights. Goodness! You penned it awesomely. “Kalam wali baai- Salaam” 🙂

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  6. This is a powder keg of a story that required you took walk a very thin tightrope and you’ve managed that comfortably. Very well done.

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