Going It Alone.
Daniel Livingstone is 20 years old. At 20, most boys are at university, sleeping with girls and getting drunk, sometimes high. Not Daniel. Daniel isn’t considered a boy anymore. He’s a man, with all the responsibilities of an adult.
And sometimes, he feels much older than he actually is. But that’s what happens when, halfway through your degree, your ex-girlfriend turns up on your doorstep, pregnant with your baby. Daniel knows all about that.
Especially as now he’s left with his six month old daughter to support, alone.
Needless to say, Daniel doesn’t trust girls. Many don’t get past his mysterious personality. Some aren’t worth the trouble. Others are, and then they bolt as soon as he so much as mentions his daughter. Daniel has given up on women and love. That’s if love even exists. He’s not sure about that anymore.
Not at all.
So when he meets a girl, is it all too good to be true?
Has love really found him, just as he’s given up on it altogether?
And what happens when she finds out about his daughter? Is she going to run too? Will she just be another name, on a very long list?
Or can Daniel finally have the opportunity to be happy?
Or is that just a little too much to ask for?