Adair is struggling to come to grips with Emiko leaving. His fear that she will never come back has him telling himself that he’ll never give a woman two chances to do him dirty. Heartbreak is new to him, and it’s something that Adair never wants to feel again. His gut tells him to write Emiko off, but if he’s honest with himself, he knows that might be easier said than done. On top of the drama with Emiko, curve balls are coming at Adair left and right. An enemy disguised as a friend, old foes, unforeseen beef, and family secrets take Adair on one hell of a ride. Even with all he’s going through, his mind is still set on protecting and taking care of the only woman that he’s ever loved. He understands that he can’t make her happy no matter what he does. Emiko has to battle her own demons and learn to make herself happy.
Emiko has been to hell and back. Realizing that she was about to self-destruct was possibly the first sign that she wasn’t too far gone. She must learn to stop depending on Adair and learn how to function on her own, but that may be easier said than done. Will she finally get it together or will heartbreak from life’s losses, cause her to lose the man that loves her more than anything?