"@CharJones: Distance is relative to the time that it takes to get on a plane or make a mistake" The third and final installment of the Friends Trilogy. Lola started off sure of herself and her path in life only to have it all crumbling down when she fell in love. 'Friends' saw Lola struggle with her realisation that she was in love with her best friend, and her pursuit to be with the one she loved. She was hurt, trampled and crushed by her first attempt at love and the second attempt was not a whole lot better, nor was the third. 'Acquaintances' saw the impact of Lola's heartbreak on her mental sanity- she did questionable things and made horrible decisions all as a result of previous events, but in the end her struggles and her mistakes were proved worth it, because she finally got to be with the one she loved. What will Strangers bring? For the first time, 'they' are in a relationship, and with that comes alot of new territory to conquer. They've been friends before, so it should be easy? But distance doesn't make anything easy, and Lola doesn't make anything easy on herself in general. How will the two cope with the dynamic change between them?