The story is based on the diary that the protagonist of the story used to write about her life. Her daughter finds this diary many years after the death of her mother. The daughter completes the last chapter of the diary and turns it into the life story of her mothe. This is the story of a young woman Sukriti, a fiercely independent woman, who had a flourishing career as a journalist in a leading newspaper and had earned a name for herself for writing books on politics, international affairs as well as pulp fiction. She met the debonair, smooth talking, middle aged politician, Ashwin Solanki and her world turned upside down. It was not love at first sight for them but fate kept bringing them together. It was a love doomed from the very start, she knew it and so did he. Ashwin Solanki was a married man and related to the powerful president of the ruling Prajya Party. He had resigned from the Indian Administrative services to join politics at the behest of his uncle. A man of many talents, he would have preferred to lead a simple life but he had to live the dream of his uncle. It took a bomb blast, thousands of miles away from India, where Sukriti had gone on her journalistic mission, for Ashwin Solanki to realize that he was in love with her. Forces beyond their control brought them together. Sukriti was often haunted by guilt and even went away leaving without any trace but their paths crossed again. This time Sukriti did not want to resist the yearning of her heart, but fates had contrived otherwise.