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Princess Reborn

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Mohd Izat Effy nama diberi. Perempuan tu macam baju. Suka, pakai. Tak suka, buang. Belum bosan, kelek. Dah boring, golek. Dia dah lama hidup membujang sebagai buaya jadian. Tapi, bila sampai seru jadi manusia biasa, siapa dia untuk tidakkan?

Intan Nazira nama dipilih. Lincah dan periang. Staf AMC panggil dia princess. Konon-konon tak ada dia sebagai jururawat di hospital itu, akan sunyilah mereka. Dia manusia biasa, yang memanglah akan takut kalau buaya jadian ajak bercinta!

“Jadikanlah Izat manusia, Ira. Dah boringlah jadi buaya.” – Mohd Izat Effy

Sudahnya, bergaduhlah Intan Nazira dan Izat Effy. Langsung tak bagi can ibu dan mummy masing-masing yang dah kenan nak berbesan. Mereka tak kenan nak jadi laki bini, okey!

Namun, yang suka gaduh itu mulut, yang jatuh sayang itu hati. Lama-lama bertekak, hati masing-masing pandai berdetak. Izat jatuh cinta, Nazira jatuh suka. Tapi, sayang, baru Izat nak jadi manusia dan bercinta penuh setia, hatinya dihancur Nazira. Nazira paling tadah dengan alasan perasaannya kepada Izat tiada. Sakitnya hati Izat, pedihnya perasaan Izat. Namun, Izat sedar satu perkara, hanya Nazira princess hatinya. Sampai bila-bila.

“Hidup kalau seperti yang kita nak dan rancang saja, kita takkan pandai menghargai di hujungnya nanti, Ira. Sebab tu Allah bagi apa yang kita perlu dan bukan apa yang kita nak.”
“Dan, Izat nak Ira...”
“Wrong. I need you more than I want you. Allah Maha Mendengar, Ira. Dia sedang beri apa yang Izat perlu, apa yang Ira perlu. We need each other, love...”

Cinta dan perasaan mereka akankah menyatu? Dan, atas sebab apa Nazira tetap menolak Izat, walau lelaki itu bersungguh mengejar?

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