Just when Gina thinks her love life may go all right now that she has asked Bernard to move in with her, a suspicion in the back of her mind just won’t let her rest.
When her best friend Ceal questions the relationship, Gina wonders if Ceal is onto something or if she just being overly protective.
As for Gina’s sister Tracey, love has been on her mind a lot lately, too, but it doesn’t come with a warm, fuzzy feeling.
Tracey’s hurt and pain from the past are haunting her present, keeping her from the beauty of love that she sees in so many others’ lives.
Gina and Tracey aren’t really on speaking terms so neither really knows what the other is going through, but despite their estranged lives that have kept them a world apart, they both are feeling a bit bruised by love. And when Gina finds out her Bernard isn’t all he appeared to be, her world is shattered. For Tracey’s part, she isn’t willing to let anyone get too close, not after all she has gone through. Both sisters have been burned by love way too many times and now, they’re both ready to say, “To hell with love.”
Can anyone redeem the idea of love for these sisters or will they forever think love is too risky of a proposition?
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