Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
After being burned in romance just one time too many, Quentin has become a master at amiable, superficial relationships. In fact, most people can't help but like him, as he is clearly a sensitive and thoughtful fellow, in addition to being friendly. He frequently pulls up stakes and moves to a new town when things grow too intimate for his liking. Now he has fallen in love with a single mother who makes settling down look more attractive than wandering on. However, achieving the breakthrough to real intimacy will cost him a good deal of pain.