Life can be picky, giving privilege to some people while others don’t end up so lucky. The latter
is true for Adriana Norman. Any time she tries to show love and concern to a man, she ends up
burned. More than once has she witnessed her relationship fall apart—no matter how hard she
tries to keep them going. She seems to have every luxury in life. A furnished home. Exotic car.
Designer clothes. But life hasn’t been fair to her when it comes to love, even as she makes it to
her forties. When the news of her granny’s illness reaches Adriana, she thought it wise to leave
the urban city and give the ranch a chance for her to heal herself from failed relationships.
While still taking care of her granny, she finds a different kind of comfort—one that’s hard to
find on the chest of a man. Adriana settles there to give her life another U-turn, another reason to
live. A life far from men with no dignity.
Phil has also experienced the unfairness of life. At age forty, his parents, the Kennedys, do not
see a glimmer of hope for his future. They mock him for his failures but Phil cares less. He has
made up his mind to be a cowboy mechanic—the last occupation his parents expected from their
son. He thought he had a good marriage with his Evelyn, but with time, following Evelyn’s loss
of hope in him, Phil ponders why his life is filled with loopholes of distrust and disappointment.
Unconcerned parents. Dwindling relationships. Unexpected events. It all becomes so
discouraging to him that he is left with no other option but to leave his parents and his wife
Evelyn, who now tries to get attention from other m