Uma has lived enough of life to know that if she wants something, she'll have to take it herself. That applies to everything in her life: her career as a photographer and tattoo artist, men, and sex. Enter Adi. He's dark, quiet, and mysterious - totally her type, but almost a little too much so. They're begrudgingly set up by mutual friends who are convinced they're perfect for each other. Uma actually tries for once, only to be met with silence. Her rejection turns quickly to rage until she finds out why he won't. Or can't. The universe brings them together again and again, despite the worldwide pandemic and the slew of personal traumas that seem to get in the way of their undeniable attraction. Maybe they are meant to be. If only Adi could talk. If only Uma actually believed in soulmates. If only their pasts would stay in the past.