When she meets her bad boy geek, lines will be crossed…
Dr. Naina Shah’s immediate plan is to be the best second-year surgical intern. And move in to her new apartment.
Finally prove her independence to her over-protective South Asian parents.
But she didn’t count on meeting a surly, mysterious, bad boy neighbor with pitch-black eyes, who made her head spin.
Then she realized there was something wrong with his heart and she was the only to save him!
Naina thinks she knows him.
But she doesn’t.
Shiv is bad news.
After years of being alone and working as a hacker for corporates and the government alike, ultimate millionaire geek Shiven Pal wants out.
He wants normal.
He wants roots.
He wants to be a bar owner, a future he never planned for.
He shouldn’t have met his next door neighbor, the pretty doctor. She shouldn’t want him. She definitely shouldn’t have saved him.
But, there are some things that even a doctor can’t fix.
And Shiv is one of them.
The dark past has a way of catching up with you and messing up your present. Especially when you have secrets that just won’t stay buried… can love even stand a chance?
Crossing Lines is a standalone bad boy medical romance in the Geeks of Caltech series – a unique band of friends bonded by loyalty, pain and brotherhood. These heroes are to die for and their women all they wish to live for.
1. Still Not Over You
2. Crossing Lines
3. A Tale of Two Christmases (Novella)
4. The Heart of You
5. Against All Odds
About The Author
Hi, I’m Aarti V Raman aka Writer Gal. I have been a former journalist, editor and even a sometime-teacher before I plunged into my dream job. That of being a full-time writer.
In fact, my three favorite words are happily ever after.
This comes in handy as I primarily write bestselling contemporary romantic women’s fiction, which are all about living happily, after going through some hard times.
My more notable works include the Geeks of Caltech and Royals of Stellangård series, Something Old, Something New, More Than You Want, and The Perfect Fake among others. My chicklit family drama, The Worst Daughter Ever, has been picked up for screen adaptation.
I always love to hang with you, my dear reader friend. I’ve created Writer Gal’s Reader Pals on Facebook for this reason and I hope to see you there.
If not, I’m there on all social media as @aartivraman but I’m most active on Instagram.Buy on Amazon