After their exciting and dangerous adventure at the mall, Priya said goodbye to Arav, promising to meet with him the next day to discuss their plans. As she walked home, her mind was filled with thoughts of Arav and the incredible connection they shared. She couldn deny that she was starting to have feelings for him, and she couldn help but wonder what the future held for them.

When she arrived home, her mother greeted her at the door, a concerned look on her face. ”Priya, where have you been? ” she asked, her voice filled with worry.

Priya hesitated, not sure what to say. She didn want to lie to her mother, but she also didn want to worry her. She decided to tell a half-truth. ”I ran into some friends from school at the mall, and we decided to go for a walk, ” she said, trying to sound casual. ”Im sorry, I should have told you. ”

Her mother looked at her for a moment, then nodded. ”Well, just make sure to let me know next time, ” she said, her voice gentle but firm. ”I don want you to get lost or be in any danger. ”

Priya nodded, feeling a pang of guilt and regret. She didn like lying to her mother, but she also didn want to worry her. She knew that she would have to be more careful in the future.

After dinner, Priya retired to her room, her mind still racing with thoughts of Arav and Raj. She knew that she had to make a decision soon, but she didn know what to do. She loved Raj, but she was also starting to develop feelings for Arav. She sighed, feeling overwhelmed and confused.

She decided to focus on the problem at hand: exposing the truth about the mall and its illegal activities. She knew that she and Arav were making progress, and she was determined to see it through to the end. She would worry about her personal life later. For now, she would focus on what was right and important.

She was walking around her room, trying to gather her thoughts and focus on the task at hand, when she accidentally bumped into a low shelf.

”Ow! ” she exclaimed, rubbing her head where she had hit it. She looked at the shelf, annoyed and frustrated. She had always been tall for her age, and she had always struggled with the low ceilings and tight spaces in her home.

As she stood there, rubbing her head and feeling annoyed, she found herself thinking about Raj. She remembered one of her childhood memories with him, when they were both in elementary school.

She had always been tall for her age, and some of her classmates had made fun of her for it. She had felt self-conscious and embarrassed, and she had retreated into herself, avoiding social situations whenever possible.

But Raj had been different. He had always been kind and compassionate, and he had noticed that she was struggling. He had taken her aside one day, and he had gently but firmly told her that she was perfect just the way she was.

”Priya, don let those kids get to you, ” he had said, his voice low and sincere. ”You
e amazing, and you have nothing to be ashamed of. Don let anyone make you feel less than you are. ”

Priya had been touched by his words, and she had felt a wave of gratitude and admiration for him. She had realized then that Raj was a true friend, and that he would always be there for her.

As she thought about this memory, she felt a wave of nostalgia. She sighed, feeling torn and confused. Priya thought about her feelings for Arav and Raj, she realized that they were very different. She had known Raj for most of her life, and their relationship was comfortable and familiar. She loved him, but it was a gentle, comfortable love, like an old sweater or a favorite pair of slippers.

But her feelings for Arav were different. They were intense and electric, like a spark that had been ignited and was now burning brightly. She was drawn to him, and she felt a fierce desire to be near him, to touch him and be touched by him.

She knew that she had to be careful, though. She didn want to hurt Raj, and she didn want to make a mistake that she would regret. She had to be honest with herself, and with both of them, about her feelings.

She sighed, feeling confused and conflicted. She didn know what the future held, but she knew

that she had to be true to herself, and to the people that she cared about. She would take things one step at a time, and see where they led her.

She knew that she had to focus on the present, and on the important work that she and Arav were doing. She would worry about this life later. For now, she had to focus on what was right and important.

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