Her dancing shoes were the only thing she needed to be happy. The drug took her to places that no one ever could. No more sadness, no more tears. Only in pleasure, in ecstasy.
When one night Zoya Blackman is walking up her apartment building stairs, she meets a newly wed couple who happen to be her new neighbours. And much to her surprise for the first time in her life, she has real friends to talk to.
They teach her how to live life to the fullest, how it feels to be happy. She starts to love herself for who she is and soon leaves her dancing shoes in the club.
But most importantly she finds herself falling in love.
Falling for the newly married man next door, who only sees her as a broken girl with no one to turn too. Nothing more, nothing less.