Christmas Eve. Chicago. DevTen years ago, I lost my best friend, the girl I loved, and the family and future I had counted on. All in one night. Now, I have my bar and my brothers, my fellow Caltech buddies who stood by me when my own family did not. I moved halfway across the country but I haven’t forgotten any of it.Until she walks back into my bar and my life and asks for the impossible. I realize I haven’t forgiven her at all. ZaraTen years ago, my life fell apart. I went from being a beloved sixteen-year-old with a bright future to the girl who secretly betrayed her family. I’ve been paying for it ever since. But I know, I am not enough.Not for the family. Not for the business. And not for the decade-long secret that has the potential to destroy my fragile world once more. Now, I have to do the unthinkable. I have to work with Dev, the boy who loved me and who I sent away to exile ten years ago. Now, Dev is back and he wants everything from me. My passion. My heart. My secrets. And all I want is a second chance to put everything back the way it was. Can love be enough to heal old wounds? Or is forgiveness an ugly four-letter word? STILL NOT OVER YOU is Book One of The Geeks of Caltech series. A unique band of friends bonded by loyalty, brotherhood, and pain, the Geeks of Caltech are to die for and their women all they wish to live for!
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Aarti V Raman dabbles in romantic thrillers and contemporary romance in pursuit of that perfect story. Happy Ever After are her three favourite words in the English lexicon. Aarti graduated from Mumbai University in 2007 with a degree in Mass Media focused on Journalism which provided her the perfect background for conducting sound research on any project. She then went on to study Creative and Professional Writing at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia and is now a copy editor with e27, a tech startup news website that is providing a whole new source of inspiration for her.Aarti’s ambition of honing her craft and writing stories, particularly romances that have strong characters and stronger plots that remain etched in the reader’s minds, grew when she sold her first novel WHITE KNIGHT (Leadstart Publishing), in 2012. This ambition has only been fuelled with the lovely response to her second romantic thriller KINGDOM COME (Harlequin MIRA) in 2014. She was chosen to be part of the Goa Arts and Literary Fest 2014 in December 2014 and The Hyderabad Literary Festival in January 2015. Aarti is represented by Red Ink Literary Agency, India. She can be reached on email at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook as Aarti V Raman and on Twitter @RT_writes.