“I want to think this is just something girls do, that it means nothing. But I’m one hundred per cent sure the way she’s looking at me is not the way friends look at each other.”
Nishat’s parents say she can be anyone she wants – as long as she isn’t a lesbian. She doesn’t want to lose her family, but she also doesn’t want to hide who she is, which only gets harder once Flávia walks into her life.
Beautiful and charismatic, Flávia takes Nishat’s breath away. But as their lives become tangled, they’re caught up in a rivalry that gets in the way of any feeling they might have for each other.
Can Nishat find a way to be true to herself . . . and find love too?