During the early years of Harry and Natasha’s relationship, the bond of the twin flames grew stronger. Neither of the two knew that they were a twin flame. The two were inseparable and conquered all of their dreams and challenges as a team. They travelled through many parts of China. Later they decided to start a new life in Thailand. The experience of starting a new life and career motivated them more to create a secure future. They returned to China after three months.
Their relationship was as strong as ever, and they were on the road to their next goal. Then it all changed with one incoming text message, one person and one irresistible force of nature. The events to follow are painful and psychologically dark. The runner of the twin flame ran. Through days and months of facing depression, trying to fight the depression, Harry started counselling and realized he was spinning in a room filled with his fears, doubts and insecurities. He became clinically depressed. An unfortunate turn of events triggered a point seemingly unable to return.
Harry is telling his story of a life with Natasha as a token of paying it forward for any person in our vast world experiencing similar experiences. Not to give up but fight for your own freedom. (Relatable book, Natasha's Prison, Romance book )
Age Recommendation notice: Natasha’s prison contains mentions of Emotional Bonding, Abandonment, Clinical Depression, PTSD, Swearing, and Suicide Ideation. Author's note: I feel the need to place an age recommendation on Natasha's prison. The relationship written about in my fictional romantic suspense novella is rare but highly relatable. I want to warn parents to read the book before giving it to their children. Adolescents are usually not emotionally mature enough to understand the content thoroughly and are advised not to read the book. Adolescents may grow up believing in their version of a picture-perfect person in their lives. I do not want adolescents to consider suicide after an immature relationship. In support of multiple blogs and a multitude of opinions available on the internet, I feel it is my responsibility as the author of the book to protect people under the age of twenty-one from content that may be more harmful on a subconscious level. I believe we should all support authors and publishing institutions that want to be responsible and act morally by adding age recommendations to books. For any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com