Hurt, lost and alone again, Rain spends night after sorrow filled night trying to figure out where she went wrong. Losing the love of her life after having searched for the perfect man for so long, she is now ready to give up. Falling in love with Dakota had been completely by chance, but now that she’s done it, it seems impossible to let go. Though every relationship has their share of problems, never in a million years did she think her world would come crashing down around her because of another person’s lies. It takes time, but eventually Rain gathers her bearings and is ready to move on. Or so she thinks. With Rain no longer a part of his everyday life, Love is back to the player he used to be, or at least that’s what he assumes until his heart begins to ache for the beautiful writer. Being who he is makes it a little easier to move on, but the past still finds a way to haunt him. Though he considered forgiving her on numerous occasions, he’s never fully able to do so. What kind of man would he be if he “wifed” a girl who smashed his friend? No man in their right mind would do that, and especially not a man like Love. Flip flopping between Rain and Alex, Summer hardly finds any time for herself. With both of the people in her circle having man problems, being with Jacorey is like a breath of fresh air. The fun they have together is like no other. No titles, no strings, just fun. Happiness flows around Alex easily, but so does drama. Torn between the man he wants and the man he needs, waking up every day becomes harder and harder. With the turmoil of his own life masked behind his beautiful smile, Alex straps up his boots and focuses on the things that make him happy. In an overload of emotions, the friends fight to make their lives more joyous. Choosing to overcome one obstacle after the next. Wishing and hoping that one day, their love lives will get better.