Although they were able to transcend their differences in age and ethnicity, and to cultivate an amorous friendship when they met in college, neither Valeria Segarra nor mile Fouchard was ready for the resulting roller coaster ride. And not even Rachel Fouchard, mile's wife, could imagine the whirl of turbulences this relationship would maintain during their marriage.
Years later, all involved are questioning if their short-lived happiness justifies the passionate journey through a lovescape strewn with quarrels, secrets, sorrow, and anger. Enduring the consequences of their choices, each one of them probes respectively into the restlessness of their lives. Can Rachel enjoy a serener life without mile? Can Valeria be happy only with mile? Is mile's badboyness ruining both women's lives and his? Is true love's price too excessive?