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Cayson and Skye are in the same city, and they begin to work on their complicated, difficult to explain, and confusing relationship. Every time Skye is near Cayson, she melts into a puddle. Cayson gets close, but like he’s been burned, he runs away. His pain and mistrust keep him away from Skye. She does everything she can to win him back, but one bad mistake could push them further apart.
Conrad is depressed over Beatrice. He chooses to stay in his room and avoid Theo and Alex, who are happier than ever. He tries to get on with his life but it’s difficult when Beatrice is all he can think about.
Theo feels bad for Conrad, who’s quickly become his closest friend. He can’t stand the way he’s hurting, and decides to take matters into his own hands. He returns to Cambridge and tells Beatrice what she’s missing. But will that be enough to make her come back?
Arsen is rotting in jail and playing by the rules for the first time in his life. But Silke is all he can think about. He made the right decision cutting her out of his life, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t break his heart in the process. But when he has a visitor, he’s surprised to see it’s not Silke, but her father. What does he want?
Trinity starts her new job, but it’s not as glamorous as she thought it would be. Her boss is a nightmare. But she has Slade to support her, who’s always there to lend her a shoulder. Somehow, they fall more in love than before, and grasp onto each other while they see Skye and Cayson struggle.