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Precious (Shivaay and Anika) Prologue

Hi everyone ✋ I’m new here, so chances are that you don’t know me, but I have read few fan fictions and I liked all of them so much that I’m tempted to try it myself. I’m looking forward to making a lot of new friends here, so please let me know your views to help me make it better. This is just the prologue to the story, which will be mostly centered around Shivaay and Anika as I love the way Nakuul Mehta and Surbhi Chandna potray these characters.
I really hope you guys like it 😊 *fingers crossed* 😉



My favourite song was playing in my ears as I reached the turn around my house, but I didn’t realize the pair of amused eyes following me from the black, expensive-looking car. Just as I was closing the door, I noticed the almost invisible car in the light from another vehicle passing by. And for some unknown reason, I felt as if someone… No, not someone. I felt as if it was him. Unable to shake off the suspicion, I entered the house, took the back door and carefully hid myself behind the boundary wall to check up on the intruder who dared to spy on me. But surprise awaited me as I saw Khanna ji standing a little away and speaking with someone on his Bluetooth. I didn’t have a doubt about the person on the other end. Just thinking about him brought a warm glow to my face. “Anika”. Although I was thinking about him, his soft voice startled me. “Billuji, I said I can take care of myself “, I said trying to be a little firm.
“And I heard you the first time. But this is not for you. It’s for me”, he replied with his usual cool confidence, or should I say arrogance! Before I could give it back to him, his eyes turned into dark liquid, and I gave in to his protectiveness just like that.
“Don’t worry, I have made sure that they won’t disturb you at all. They will just be keeping a watch on the surroundings. It’s just a precaution. I can’t put you in danger again.” As I looked at him with a hint of smile around the corner of my eyes, he corrected himself. “I mean I can’t put anyone in danger. My family should be safe.” Yep, that’s why there are bodyguards stationed all around my house.

Agreed, Billuji!
Pulling on an expression of utter tiredness, I said, “Why am I even trying to explain it to you?! Anyways, I’m so tired. I’m going to sleep. You should go back home too. After all, you too had a difficult day.” The reaction to the last few words lasted for seconds only, and then the poker face was back.
“Yeah, you should sleep. I’ll leave in a while.” And he went off in the direction where I thought I had seen him before.

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