We often get scared when we get to know of how much someone loves us. We somehow feel we might be walking into something we do not want, something perilously tantalising so we shrink back.
There is intensity in love that only a seasoned woman can exhibit, the one who is quintessentially wrapped in her own desires and clothed in her duties towards life. Hands that disobeyed is a story of a woman who discovers love very late in life.
It almost makes you believe in the possibility of a platonic relationship, unexplained companionship and love beyond the realms of social norms.
About the author
Sanna is a former architect, currently heading The Hoshiarpur Literary Society. She is a graduate from the prestigious Deakin University, Australia.
Having lived a major part of her life in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, Sanna has a strong sense of connect to the suburban life. She firmly believes that there is always a unique character waiting to be woven in a story in small towns.
She is also freelance writer for the Hindustan Times and her write-ups can be frequently read in the ‘Spice of Life’ section of the English daily. Her debut novel is a romantic fiction and unfolds the lesser-known dimension of platonic love.