Scott Weston has struggled with a self-identity crisis for as long as he can remember, and he’s eager to take a vacation and forget about it. He has spent the past few months hiding himself from the world, hoping to escape the harsh reality of his past. Armed with several good books and an impenetrable new attitude, he heads to the remote, sleepy beach town of Sandy Springs, where all he wants to do is relax with his best friend at their rented beach home while his worries slip away.
A chance encounter with Blake lights up his world, forcing him to consider letting someone inside. The only problem is that Scott isn’t sure if Blake is interested in men. Nevertheless, the feelings that arise from their time together frighten Scott in their intensity, and force him to acknowledge his troubled past. He realizes that he must make a choice between being honest with Blake, or facing the consequences of a lifetime of hiding.
Once it becomes clear that Blake is concealing a secret of his own, Scott realizes that Blake is drawn to him, but it might not be for the right reasons. When people from their past unexpectedly return to their lives, Scott finally learns about Blake’s true nature