Kyra is a romantic. Unfortunately, she just can’t seem to find the right guy to be romantic with! That all changes however when she meets Trevor, the new manager of the grocery store she works at. Handsome, charming and reliable, he’s the perfect match for Kyra. There’s just one problem; he seems to have more in common with their colleague Lara. In particular, both of them have a love of dogs, something that Kyra definitely doesn’t share.
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