When Conrad Arlington Hill suddenly is dumped by his girlfriend, Abigail McCloud, he suffers irreparable hurt. So much so he conspires with his friend Ed to seek revenge on Abigail. His plan fails however, when Ed and Abigail manifest a love for each other. Conrad, who’s body is now ravaged and consumed with hatred, goes on a mission of relentless revenge. He employs an underworld figure to force Ed to abandon Abigail and never see her again. Abigail is so distraught with Ed’s departure she needs a two month stay in a mental institution to recover. He gets energized to take on his new victim, Erica Hollis, who is an old high school friend. However, before he gets too involved, Penney Hennessey causes some light damage to Conrad’s car. He immediately sees her as the perfect candidate to take out his revenge. She is frail, homely and vulnerable. Conrad showers Penney with gifts, dinning out in class and literally placing her on a pedestal. When she is convinced he truly loves her, he tells her he can’t see her anymore. She is so heartbroken and being a tragic victim of betrayal she takes her own life. Conrad is now ready to continue his friendship with Erica Hollis. In so doing, he starts having feelings for her that quickly become all too real. After having a history of being involved with beauty pageantry, Erica’s trip back home from one consumes her life in a one car accident. Remorseful and regretful for all the grief and pain he caused people, he calls Debbie Hollis, Erica’s sister. They decide to start a friendship, making Conrad decide one thing for certain—he wants to return from the other side of love and the emotional roller coaster he was on and find love again.