What is love?
Cleo isn’t sure, but she knows one thing: She doesn’t believe in it enough to give it much thought.
Hating to be disappointed, she has little faith in people, and absolutely none in the opposite sex. All of that changes, however, when she’s forced to be in the presence of a man that mimics her sentiments exactly. Feeling challenged by his bad rep, she gets the urge to find the good in him, which in turn helps her find the good in herself.
Can two broken people fix each other?