With her elbows pressed against the well-worn wood of the bar, Liz swiped at her phone. She found herself lurking the Facebook pages and tweets of her exes. None of them were particularly bad, per say, they just weren't right. But what is right? She really didn't know, but she knew they weren't it.
It wasn't their fault. A lot of girls will say, "It's not you, it's me," but when Liz said it, she really meant it. She was too weird and different than other people. She was starting to think no one would ever be right for her.
Liz, a Millennial woman, thinks she's running away from her problems, but she can't run away from herself...
Ever since Liz was a child, she has been cursed with seeing her own future. During college she discovered the only cure... alcohol.
When drinking begins to fail her, she runs off with ex-rock-musician Rick on a cross-country road trip to find the perfect hamburger in this Paranormal-Romance adventure, Love and Hamburgers.
Will Rick's Generation X attitude show her that life can be different or is he just the latest in her excuses for not becoming the woman her parents wish she would be?