Trent isn’t the serial heartbreaker everyone believes him to be, and his seemingly idyllic bachelor existence is anything but satisfying. The plans he made for his life have always included marriage and a family, but for those things one has to fall in love. It bothers him that he can’t do something everyone else seems to do so effortlessly. Meeting Sabrina again is a reminder of an incident that still makes him uncomfortable. In his more irrational moments, he’s even wondered if what he did to her is the reason love continues to elude him. Maybe he’s getting what he deserves for playing around with someone’s feelings.
Is falling out of love as easy as falling into it? Or is love a moment that lasts forever?