Do love stories ever die? Can modern day gadgets like mobile phones and the http://www era of internet bring you the love of your life? You have not met her earlier, but commit to marry her. Will you still call that a love marriage? And what if on the day of the engagement, while pulling out the ring from your pocket, you realize what you have planned was just a dream which never came true? Bonus Features: Narrated by Ravinder Singh Life after Khushi and Making of a Bestseller. The book begins in March 2006, when the author and his close friends from college meet after a long time, their work having taken them to different places. None of them are married and on an impulse, they all register themselves at a matrimonial site, upload their profiles, specifying their preferences.
Ravinder gets many matches for his requirements, but somehow, he is not interested in any of them and soon gives up checking the website, one day, though, he receives an SMS from a girl called Khushi, from Faridabad. The date is July 20, 2006. He check her profile and likes her. Slowly, they begin to establish contact with each other by talking over the phone. As she works in a BPO firm, he has to wait till she returns late at night to talk to her. Their relationship soon turns into love, though, without them having personally met each other. Ravinder and Khushi eventually meet. They also get in touch with each other’s parents and soon the relationship moves towards an official engagement. The author rightly captures the steady growth of their relationship and portrays how an unforeseen mishap turns their lives upside down.