I DIDD IT
n the aftermaths of Dr. Shasha, Alborz faces the reality of losing Pantea. As he struggles with his possessive nature, trying to protect the woman he loves, it puts their relationship under tremendous strain. Pantea tries to explain her affair with the doctor was a one-time incident and after talking it over with Alborz she is under the assumption the matter is closed.
On Pantea’s next birthday, Alborz plans an elaborate trip to celebrate. After arriving, she explains her phone is not working properly, so the two of them go to buy a new iPhone. Pantea realizes he may find out the truth of the relationship with Dr. Sasha, so she takes the invoice with her password from Alborz’s briefcase without his knowledge. In a moment of irrational behavior, Alborz desperately wants to talk with Pantea but knows the conversation will end badly, so he writes a note about his feelings over the situation.
The RAHA Series
In the Raha Series, Alborz finds himself trapped between loving his wife, while endowed to the woman of his dreams. When he tries to profess his love to Pantea, she strongly implies her dislike for falling in love with anyone. As their relationship progresses Alborz continues to declare his undying love. The tides change and Pantea starts using the word love for Alborz. At least once a week, she openly says she loves him. However, unrevealed secrets place a strain on their bond, and just when Alborz thinks all is well, a random affair with someone is revealed.
In his attempt to repair the damage, Alborz admits he would have died for his beloved if there had been a good reason. He shows how he would have done anything for Pantea’s happiness, even it meant losing everything. In the process he discovers her wisdom is one of a kind, with unmatchable charm unlike any other girl on the planet; truly one in a billion.
Alborz’s horrible mistake is narrated in the second book by using her innocence to expose their relationship to one of her previous boyfriends, eight years before she met Alborz. The consequences thereafter are revealed in the third book. Their relationship teaches him how two people should treat each other, in a way that can only be based on sorting out disagreements through mutual discussions. The RAHA Series is based on Alborz’s life with his Eshgham, as Lana inspires him to write and share his memoirs with the world.
WHO DID IIT
Alborz Azar has dedicated his first book, ‘WHO DID IIT’ in the series to Pantea (Lana). After his Pantea (Azar’s Eshgham) professed as Lana inspires him to write and share his memoirs with the world, Azar started writing the story after an incident in March 2018. Although, Azar knew that her presence MUST be kept from the limelight, as she likes her personal life private. But he felt the love he had for her was an incredible event that needed to be written on paper. The only other person Alborz ranks higher than Pantea is Rozhan his wife.
I DIDD IT
Alborz in the aftermath of Dr. Sasha faces the reality of losing Pantea. As he struggles with his possessive nature, trying to protect the woman he loves, their relationship is put under tremendous strain. Pantea tries to explain her affair with the doctor was a onetime incident, but after talking it over with Alborz she is under the assumption the matter is closed and he will not speak of it again.
Alborz finds his passion for writing in the third book, AFTERMATHS OF WHO DID IIT AND I DIDD IT when Pantea walks out of his life. The messages come from his experience with the girl and the love for his wife. Alborz continues to support Pantea financially but otherwise, he faces the reality that she may truly be gone from his life forever.
In the nest chapter of this series, Alborz reveals the truth about what happened during the four months of his and Pantea’s separation. He discovers that her statements have become a reality. By reacting out of desperation, his worst fears almost came true. At which time, Rohzan demonstrates karma has significant ramifications. She proves her possessive behavior and becomes shellfish of Alborz.
Alborz Azar is an English novelist who imagines himself as a character in his books. His novels focus on delivering the message of love to the readers. His heroines are optimists, and the stories are resolved in a manner that leaves the reader with a feeling of hope and happy expectation. But his favorite topic rests on exposing scams by the media; this first series exposes major scams by the Indian Government and Hudco. Alborz feels strongly about his quest about exposing the scams.
As a truth-teller, Alborz has a goal of being in Guinness World Records by completing 100 books during the second half of his life, like Barbara Cartland, Harold Robbins. His first five novels ‘The RAHA Series’ have been published translated into 24 languages, while he completes more books in this series, ‘Will Love Perish the Pandemic Seperaation In COVID-19’, ‘22 Jiby Sexy Love Making’, ‘After 28th September 2020’.
Most of Alborz’s romance novels and contemporary women’s fiction, businesses law scam series were completed during COVID-19, the 40-day lockdown. He is definite that these books and forthcoming scam series would premier as a TV series, or movies whether in Bollywood, Hollywood, or other Countries as these books are being distributed worldwide.
The passion Alborz finds for writing was inspired by his Eshgham; the lovely girl Pantea later named Raha. WHO DID IIT was the first of his novels published as part of the RAHA Series. In 2020, Lizzy McNett, his literary agent, and owner of Writers Publishing House, advised him to write a series of interconnected stories, which became known as The Raha Series.
In the HUDCO Place Andrews Ganj Land Scam book Alborz covers the many fly-by-night fraud operators concealing various facts regarding the title and approval of building plans. The boom in the hotel industry and the appreciation for land in India brought these fraudsters to light, more particularly in the National Capital Territory of Delhi; where every property dealer became a builder.
In the Andrews Ganj Scam the heterogeneous magnitude of the scandals has always raised questions about the plausible, transparent, and responsive Indian Government policies in different eras. So many of these scams have ripped off the entire economy of India over the years.