The final book begins with Lucy looking forward to her graduation, and is anxious to attend Juvia's graduation party at an awesome beach house. Her dad has a steady girlfriend named Claire and that union has Dad encouraging Lucy's relationship with Natsu, her hot motocross boyfriend. In fact, their first anniversary of dating is coming up very soon! College really isn't one of her concerns because she doesn't think there are any career worthy subjects to study, but she doesn't want to be a loser or liability, so she is eager to find a job. She is hoping Natsu will ask her to move in with him once she graduates, and she wants to contribute to the household. That is when she gets a huge surprise from her family and Natsu, and receives her graduation present of her own car, but there is a catch! Her mom says she can move in with Natsu if she promises to attend the local community college. What??! How dare she decide on what Lucy should do with her life? After all, she is 18 and can make her own decisions about her life. Besides, Natsu hasn't even ask or mentioned anything about her moving in with him, so it is so embarrassing that her dad would presume! But Lucy has bigger problems. Jealousy rears it's ugly head again, big time, and she can't seem to get ahold of it at all! With Levy telling her that you can't trust any man when it comes to other women, and encouraging her to check out his phone or email, Lucy fears she will become one of those annoying, naggy girlfriends. It isn't easy since Natsu has girl after girl constantly flirting with him. It is going to take every bit of effort she has to trust Natsu, even though he says he loves her and only her. If she doesn't, she could ruin their future together. Does she have the strength to give this relationship a chance?