Dahlia Gray has the opportunity to leave. In a home that leaves her mentally exhausted at every small occurrences, she manage to snag a once-in-a-lifetime internship that could potentially fund her escape. It meets all her needs: housing, a full-ride scholarship, and if she sticks around long enough-a paid six-figure salary. The only requirement that threatens her chances? Her ability to drive. Reid Harlow has no aspirations in his life. Bound to a lifetime of bouncing from foster home to foster home, when he lands on the steps of the Soberano-Godfrey residence, he believes this one isn't any different. In an effort to get away from bubbly greetings, and a family that doesn't know when to shut the hell up, he found himself settle on a park bench with a cigarette for comfort. What he doesn't know is this specific bench happens to belong to a girl that doesn't like to share. He refuses to leave. She refuses to back down. Their instant love-hate relationship takes a turn when he offers to teach her how to drive. This is dual perspective.