A young girl is saved from child trafficking but loses her mother in the process. She carries resentment and hate for the world, so she takes her anger into relationships. To avenge her mom’s death, she goes on dates with guys specifically to break their hearts. This continues until she meets Caleb; an intern counselor who knows her history because he has counseled the guys Jenny has meddled with. Puzzled and confused, he confronts her and challenges her to play him and they both set out on the journey. How many hearts will be broken at the end of this? And how many will be left in tact? It is an inspirational story of love, forgiveness, hope and learning to trust again.
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