“Just because one of you carries his scars on the outside, doesn’t mean that the rest of you don’t have them. Unbroken people don’t live in a house together with their colleagues. They have lives, families. They don’t take in strays.”
Emily never expected to find herself on the street and looking for a place to stay. A park bench doesn’t seem very inviting in the depths of winter.
Her luck changes when a mysterious stranger offers her shelter. It seems too good to be true, and when she meets his other two house mates, she starts to question if he’s the good Samaritan he seems to be.
Staying means things she couldn’t even dream of, but could mean a broken heart if the dream shatters. Going means facing the dangers of the winter streets. Can she make the impossible choice? And will she make the right one?