Trey Bennett reaches a critical point in his relationship with Diane Lu. He loves her, but doesn't trust her. She not only falls into a lesbian tryst, but a ménage a trois in a single night, an encounter that took a dangerous turn.
Trey confronts Diane, hoping for a rational explanation, but walks away more disgusted than ever. It seems a good relationship is always just out of reach.
He heads home to meet with a former student, Gaby Benson. She's beautiful, worships him, and has no baggage. Trey likes Gaby enough to refrain from an immediate sexual encounter, wanting a stable, meaningful relationship and a future--not just a quick lay.
Most of all, Trey wants to trust the woman in his life. He needs to choose between the younger, innocent Gaby or the chaos loving Diane.