Have you ever thought of falling in love with a ghost? No? Nor did 28-year-old Maer Cooper, the narcissist Metro Editor of New York Daily. Only, her lover is from 16th century.
For Maer, it all started after she got an unexpected call from her long-estranged sister, Saher, from India. “DO NOT COME TO INDIA, EVEN IF I DIE,” she screamed. Before Maer could comprehend what it was all about, the line on the other side went dead.
What followed after that call were erratic dreams set in an unknown realm of sterile, infinite white, where she first saw him: Rana, the ghost of a mysterious Rajput warrior in his black knightly attire surmounting the blindingly white background. Maer immediately found herself drawn towards him like a moth to a flame.
To know the truth about this ghost she loves and to find her missing sister, Maer must face the unearthly forces and her worst fears.
A story that revolves around the legend of Bhangarh, the haunted ruins of India and its unfortunate yet beautiful princess Ratnavati.