ñIt was not for who I was; it was for who I wasn’t.î Neisha and Akshit meet online and soon become great friends. Neisha lives in Ranchi and Akshit in Jaipur. They exchange numbers and start talking on the phone. Their wonderful friendship soon blossoms into love. They are the happiest when together. They are just perfect for each other. The only thing that comes between them is the difference in religion. Akshit loves Neisha, but is not ready to go against his parents and society to take their relationship further. So they decide to break up. But soon after, Neisha realises that she won’t be able to survive without him. She is still very much in love with Akshit and believes he loves her too. This belief takes her to Jaipur, to convince her love and make him realise how lucky they are to have met each other. It’s a story about two people in love, who have everything in common but an uncommon God to worship. In this first novel, Monisha weaves a contemporary story in the backdrop of family traditions. It is a touching tale of Jain boy and Tamil Christian girl. Will they make it or won’t they as a couple? Will they have to sacrifice love out of respect for their families? The reader finds out only in the end; till then there is nail-biting suspense and a touching love story on every page.