Paolo is a certified cynic when it comes to love. He refused to be like his mother who kept on loving his father despite the latter's abusive behavior. Because of this, he never takes his relationships seriously. But he's bound to break his notions about love once he meets Dino. Both of them agree to engage in a fling, but Paolo soon finds himself so much in love with Dino that he's willing to lose his pride and self-respect if it means winning over Dino's heart. When will Paolo realize that he's only setting himself up for disappointment? Will he learn not to make the same mistakes his mother did when it comes to relationships?