The book was written in 2010, when Facebook was emerging in India unlike the USA or other European countries where it was on a decline. It needs no extra introduction that Facebook users can chat and flirt on this platform with an ease. So, here is the same story.
While browsing smart guys’ profiles on Facebook, Vatsala falls for Ronit’s profile. Ronit is a popular VJ, almost a celebratory, and famous among teenagers like Vats. Clearly, if she can have Ronit (in both means) then she would also be taken as half star. She profoundly chases him a lot, puts a lot of comments, and likes almost every image of him.
After some passive chains of events, she finally gets the attention of Ronit. On the other hand, a typecast lover Ankit is behind Vatsala for four years. Ankit has every aspect to be her lover, except the celebrity status. As we all know, true love is true. Ankit gets Vatsala in the end and for this to happen the author uses a very popular yet common trick: Vatsala turns down Ronit thinking or assuming him as a bad guy. She starts blaming him for not giving her much attention.
The book was meant for teenagers who can put everything aside for Social Sites like Facebook. It is a light read.