Jenna and Clay have known each other since they were eight years old, and at eighteen they’re about to start the next chapter of their lives. Jenna wants to make her own life in a new town. Clay’s chosen to stay put so he can take care of his family. After a brief but passionate fling at a graduation party they part on bad terms, and that incident sets the tone of their relationship for the next ten years.
It would seem fate has more in store for them, even if they’re unable to see it. Over the next decade they keep meeting up in the most unlikely places and reconnecting, both physically and emotionally. Each hookup could be the start of something perfect, but life and their own decisions keep driving them apart.
Will Jenna and Clay finally be able to admit how they feel and see that they’re perfect together? Or will they keep letting love pass them by as they focus on themselves instead of each other?