Rachel is a Londoner, getting married to her "best friend" Heck. At their wedding, she locks eyes with Luce, the wedding florist. Luce is a lesbian, Rachel however, is still processing her feelings towards the incident. She cannot deny that she likes Luce. She befriends her without knowing at first that Luce is gay. Heck spends many hours working, so the girls spend a lot of time together. Rachel one night acts on her attraction and tries to kiss Luce, but backs away. Rachel goes to the flower shop and kisses Luce, but suddenly Heck arrives and Rachel is able to run to the back. Rachel overhears Heck declaring his love for Rachel and explaining to Luce, which makes Rachel guilty. The girls decide to go their separate ways, not wanting to break-up the marriage. Still hung-up on each other, Luce mends her broken heart by going on a trip abroad. Heck realizes that his wife is in love with Luce, and lets her go. Rachel runs after Luce who is on her way to the airport and they finally reunite.
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Best part of story, including ending:
It's a love story about following your heart no matter what.
Best scene in story:
When the girls were having so much fun playing Dance Revolution.
Opinion about the main character:
I admire Rachel for following her heart even if it meant hurting Heck. In the long run, it's better she figure things out sooner than later.