In a moment of sheer faith Mary Reed let herself fall and like she had always feared, she hit the ground harder than she could have ever imagined. Now she has to try and piece herself back together, but it's not the broken heart that truly has her reeling. It's the idea that she might have actually been in love. As a very logical girl, she has many reasons why relationships don't work and why love will surely crumble over time. She'd seen it all before. When agreeing to be with "Mystery Boy" she had prepared herself for what had happened time and time again. The inevitable end to what the two would become. She was ready for it until she let herself believe it wasn't coming. Determined to figure out whether or not it was love or yet another illusion that comes with most relationships, Mary begins to write down her life. Starting with the first boy she met and ending with "Mystery Boy" she retells her past in hopes to untangle the truth from the lies and maybe even discover a new future for herself. One that she never saw coming, and never believed would happen. A future that is free of rules and ready to try and fall again, unafraid of the landing. Maybe she might be lucky enough to just float.