Having just started her freshman year at college, Natasha Blake has a lot of issues to deal with. She's a bit of a geek, an outcast, a ball of nerves. Oh, and she's got this feeling mounting deep inside of her -- a feeling that's been there for a lot longer than she might let on -- that maybe, just maybe, she prefers girls over boys. Okay, no maybes about it... but that still doesn't make it easy to accept who she is, having come from a somewhat conservative Irish Catholic family life. Why does it have to be so hard?
Enter Hosannah. Bright, funny, really pretty, a junior living in Natasha's dorm. Hosannah is like a liberated version of Natasha, a girl who knows who she is and what she wants. But having been burned in the past, Hosannah has no time for girls who can't admit their personal truths. Natasha knows that Hosannah can help her come out of her shell, but will she be able to take the first step alone?
Can this college romance blossom into a wonderful coming out for Natasha? Or will Hosannah's patience for her uncertainty run thin? Coming-of-age indecision peppered with a dash of anxiety can really throw a girl for a loop. Lucky for Natasha the answer lives just two floors up.