Thanks to all my readers and the mods for suggesting ideas - all credits go to you for ideas, esp. Munni. I have incorporated most of what I could in my upcoming story to keep ourselves entertained until Bajaj gets back (if the show stays afloat).
Prerna is actually Anurag in my story, i.e. head of a leading newspaper in Calcutta which Bajaj swoops in and takes over. She does not know who he is and carries serious animosity toward him because he took over from her dad when Mr. Sharma was sick and down on his luck. Prerna has since taken over the role of head of restructuring - which Bajaj is making them go through.
This story will take a feminist take on Prerna and completely eliminate the character of Anurag cause I can't stand how these two characters are used and it will give Bajaj a chance to meet Prerna before anyone else like he wished. Let's see what he does with this opportunity
Prerna, with venom: Watch out, because I will strike when and where you least expect it, Rishab Bajaj.
Rishab scanned the petite woman sitting across from his desk in amusement. Her soft, long hair cascaded around her Lara Croft-inspired burgundy leather top. She sure wanted to appear tough all right.
Rishab, teasing: Promise?
Prerna: Laugh all you want, you don't know what I am capable of.
Rishab leaned back on his massive leather arm chair: If I had a penny for every time I heard that Ms. Sharma, I would be a rich man...oh (he smirked), I am. And let me assure you Ms. Sharma, I took a lot more than a penny from each of my takeovers.
Prerna seething: But this time, you got it wrong. Sharma Publishing House will be out of your grips within a year or my name isn't Prerna.
Rishab: Better start thinking of a new name then.
Prerna: And if I win, I will change your name.
Rishab laughed: Deal.
Prerna got up and strode away.Edited by Marybarton - 3 months ago
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