After Ash finds about what happened to Livia, he’s repulsed by the idea of loving someone. If he gets too close to the fire, he’ll get burned. He likes to stay in the back, freezing instead of being warm. He hooks up with girls at bars and kicks them out of his apartment as soon as he’s finished. But when the most beautiful girl he’s ever seen turns him down, his world is shaken. Then when Alaska becomes his next-door neighbor, the situation becomes more complicated. Despite his strength to stay dethatched, he falls for her when he doesn’t expect it. But when he finds out she has a boyfriend, his world is shattered. Alaska is in a relationship that doesn’t make her happy. She’s constantly trying to figure out what the problem is. Is it her? Is she boring? Is she not pretty enough? To her, Ash is just a pig that can’t keep it in his pants. Ignorant, she doesn’t realize the love Ash develops for her. Will she realize Ash is the man she is supposed to be with?