What’s a girl to do after a breakup? Unwilling to let myself drown in depression, I get out and start performing my poetry; that’s where I meet Justin Raleigh, a country boy with an edge. It’s rough sailing at first, but then we get to smoother seas. I’ve got a thing for his voice, his brooding personality, and the way he fits his pants, but I can’t figure out why he’s talking to me.
And then there’s Chap, the drummer in one of his bands; they’re both so sweet, but the fact of the matter is that I don’t know how to properly open up to both of them. Instead, I let myself sink into lust without having any way of knowing where I’m going to end up. But, after all, when you’re dealing with two guys this hot, it can’t be a bad place, right?
Even hell has its merits.