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You Will Always be Mine By lailamehtaab Characters: 12769

Updated: 2018-09-21 05:41

Sitting in the Black Eagles private jet, Ahad glances down at the city, which will soon disappear from his view. It was unlike of him to change his mind about something and step back from the decision he once made. It took a great effort for him to do so, but he managed to stop himself, he had to. Abducting Kanwal from her house might satisfy his ego for the time being, but then what? Would he be able to hold himself back from approaching her? Or will he be able to control himself after knowing that she rejected him?

The answer was a big 'no'. Kanwal's presences near him would only provoke him and remind him of his one-sided feelings. Ahad fears that his stubbornness and anger won't bring any good and the fact that his and Kanwal's family are acquainted, made Ahad refrain himself.

Or maybe I just love her too much...

He thought.

Therefore, giving her a few more months of freedom, Ahad flew away from his home once again, but the thought of coming back for Kanwal won't be leaving him for sure.

"You will always be mine, Kanwal...." Ahad murmured, recalling the image of Kanwal on their engagement night, as she smiled looking at the ring on her finger.


"Kanwal, you are going to be late again." Kanwal heard her mother's voice coming from the kitchen.

"Tell Papa to wait a minute, I am coming." She shouted as she quickly stuffs her notebooks in her bag.

It has almost become her daily habit to stay up late at night, struggling to find the solution of how to put her life and her mind back on track again. In doing so, she ends up getting late for college. Since the meeting with Ahad a month ago, Kanwal never saw him again. The news of him going back to Dubai reached her and she successfully hides the pain she felt on hearing the news. Kanwal pretends to stay normal before her family, her classmates, and everyone else except Mahnoor, who glares at her whenever she tries to put up a fake attitude before her. Despite having a childish nature, Mahnoor is sensitive in matters concerning Kanwal as she knows her very well than others. Maybe that's why she never asked Kanwal about what happened that night and Kanwal didn't bring up the topic either. It is left hanging in mid-air and Kanwal is planning to leave it that way forever.

"Kanwal, your Papa is also going to be late!" Her mother shouted again.

"Coming, coming." Kanwal grabbed her bad and dashed out of her room towards the exit.

"Kanwal, wait. Your breakfast." She heard her Ami's voice and turns to see her coming towards her.

"Ami, I don't have time for-" Before she could complete her sentence, her Ami holds out a sandwich before her face.

A wide smile spread on Kanwal's face, "Love you, Ami." She abruptly kissed her Ami's cheek and runs outside.

Saying bye to Ahad wasn't easy for Kanwal, but she doesn't regret her decision, not even once. The love she had for her parents is stronger than the feelings she has for Ahad and she is happy that she could obey her parents without any lingering thoughts that she and others might misunderstand the situation of Ahad. But now, everything is clear as day, the Ahad she loved is gone, lost, never to be with her again. She has to move on, for the people who care for her and for herself too.

"Sorry, Papa." Kanwal said, hopping into the car.

"Should we pick Mahnoor up too?" Her father inquired while starting the car.

"No, she will be going with Hammad bhai." Kanwal answered before taking a bite of her sandwich.

"Tomorrow I will be seeing you eating breakfast on table." He said in a rather strict tone and Kanwal nodded in response.

"When is your tournament?" He asked after a while.

"The day after tomorrow, but we have a warm-up match today too with our seniors."

Kanwal is a typical eastern girl with a love for sports. Sh

ing, "It's between Rafay and Saima. Let the kids do things in their own way."

Razia glanced at her son worriedly, who is busy watching TV, unaware of his sister's plan.

'Ya Allah! Save Rafay from Saima's stupidity....' She prayed in her head.


"Khala, where is Saima bhabi?" Kanwal asked, coming out of the room where Alina and she were staying.

"She isn't back from her mother's house yet." Her Khala answered.

"Oh! And where are Alina and Maaz?" She asked both her mother and Khala.

"They are on the rooftop. Probably playing cricket again. Can't you hear their voices?" Kanwal's mother answered.

On mentioning the roof, Kanwal paid attention and heard Alina begging Maaz for a rematch.

Maaz and Alina? Can't he find someone of his own size to play withjQuery21405367330821023668_1548600114773?

Kanwal sighed and went into the kitchen saying, "Khala, I am making tea for everyone. Khalo (Khala's husband) would be home soon."

"Khush raho, beta (bless you, child)" Kanwal heard her Khala's voice from behind and a smile appeared on her face. Within the past few days, Saima made Kanwal familiar with the kitchen. Therefore, now she can easily work in the kitchen.

Kanwal starts making tea for everyone besides Maaz and Alina. They need snacks at 6 pm, not tea. Which Khalo said he will bring while coming home. But knowing Maaz, he will definitely ask Kanwal to make something especially for him.

Maaz is three months older than Kanwal and he is also studying in the third year of his college, but his exams are still going on. Maaz isn't a reserved type of person, but kept his distance from Kanwal, unlike Haseeb who didn't miss a single chance of teasing Kanwal. Maaz is more frank with Alina and the only thing Kanwal and Maaz ever talked beside formal greetings is, what new dish Kanwal had learned to cook and when he could eat it. But this conversation also rarely takes place, especially since Kanwal had learned about this habit of his. She would cook something new every time he visits their house.

Kanwal she knows she will have to prepare a new type of snack for him, sooner or later. So without wasting time, she starts taking out ingredients. She was taking out breadcrumbs when her phone buzzed. Quickly wiping her hands with the kitchen napkin, which had become a habit of hers, she checks her phone and froze that instant.

It was a mail from Ahad, with an image of a gold bracelet along with a message.

'I bought it again for you and this time I will put it on your hand myself...'

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