Wanting to move on with the world, and to escape from her brother's memory and her panic attacks, Malvika joins MA course. And on the first day she meets Rahul. Even though he looks carefree on the outside, he feels lonely and leftout after the death of his father. Both of them are attracted towards each other, but their pains aren't shared with the other person. But, one day, promising to contact the next day, Rahul disappears for years. What happened and how does Malvika cope with it? I love the book cover! It's bright and attractive. There are forty one chapters in this book, and they are narrated alternatively by Malvika and Rahul. At the beginning of the book, Malvika is very broken emotionally and Rahul is leftout emotionally. The two of them slowly coming together is good to read. The narration is good, and there is a lot of emphasis on the feelings of both the characters. I felt that the story moves too fast in many places. A slower pace and more character building would have made me more immersed in the story. The author has written the book using simple vocabulary. This wasn't like many other romantic novels that have many cliche moments. If you want to read a different romantic novel, you can definitely try this one.