Can a couple fall in love twice?
The second time over the internet?
Shannon Carter has succeeded at almost everything she’s ever tried.
Graduate from college with a Master’s Degree in Education while dating Trevor, the love of her life? Easy. Open a learning center and run it single-handedly? No problem. Get through life without any affection from her parents? Who needs them? Believe in a lasting marriage? Not so easy.
Months after she and Trevor have separated, Shannon struggles to remain the confident, happy person she’s always been. Luckily, she has a devious friend, Alexis, with a confusing, new romance of her own, who’s determined to make things right.
When she convinces Shannon to join an online support group, she conveniently doesn’t mention the man Shannon thinks of as a stranger is actually Trevor.
Can a relationship start through instant messages only? Probably not.
But can a marriage be saved by mutual understanding and shared regret? Maybe.