After another breakup, Spritzy Edwards spends her thirtieth birthday alone, fearing she will never find true love. She takes it as an omen when she receives a delivery of black balloons mourning the loss of her youth. They are signed, 'Love Forever, Romeo.' They've surely come from Den Arabie, who played Romeo to her Juliet in their high school play. She should have known Den was the man meant for her. Except they've lost touch.
She learns how to locate him through his handsome big brother, Brent, and uproots her life to return to New Orleans to reconnect. But soon she questions whether Den is her Romeo after all. Will she be able to recognize true love before it's too late?